Established in 2014, Gastroparesis.mindovergut.com (formally Gastroparesis.org) was the first to provide a freely available online psychologically-focused intervention program for Gastroparesis. Gastroparesis.mindovergut.com has been visited by over 256,000 individuals.
The aim of this website is to provide:
- A free comprehensive and accurate expert-reviewed source of information regarding Gastroparesis.
- A free evidence-based psychologically-focused resilience program for individuals diagnosed with Gastroparesis.
The information presented here is intended to provide you with the required resources to develop a detailed understanding of Gastroparesis, from symptoms and diagnosis, to strategies aimed at reducing the impact of living with this condition. This site also provides a free of charge, evidence-based psychologically-focused resilience program that addresses the psychological processes involved in the development, maintenance, and exacerbation of Gastroparesis.
Your participation and feedback will help us to improve this service, ensuring that the support offered here remains useful and effective. If you are interested in contributing to research in this area, please click on Participate in Research.
Your experiences living with Gastroparesis are extremely valuable to researchers – our understanding of this condition relies heavily on contributions from people such as yourself sharing their own unique experiences of living with Gastroparesis.
Thank you for visiting this website, I hope that find value in the information and support provided here.
Associate Professor Simon Knowles
Other websites by Associate Professor Simon Knowles:
IBD.Mindovergut.com (formally IBDclinic.org.au) – an internet-based free service for individuals with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
IBS.Mindovergut.com (Formerly IBSclinic.org.au) – an internet-based free service for individuals with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Coeliac.Mindovergut.com – an internet-based free service for individuals with coeliac disease.
BBA.Mindovergut.com (also known as shy bladder, shy bowel, and incontinence anxiety) – an internet-based free service for individuals with bowel and bladder anxieties.
Mindovergut.com – Associate Professor Knowles’ personal website.