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The Utility of Virtual Reality in the Management of Pediatric Functional Constipation With Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.
1. To determine if the adjunctive use of a Virtual Reality (VR) module on diaphragmatic breathing (DB) can improve the quality of life (QOL) and symptoms of children with functional constipation (FC) with pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) who are receiving standard of care treatment.
2. To assess if a VR module on DB can decrease healthcare utilization for children with FC with PFD.
Stanford is currently not accepting patients for this trial.
Collaborator: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
- Device: Oculus go headset/virtual reality headset
- Behavioral: Diaphragmatic breathing
- Ages 7 to 21 years old
- Meets Rome IV criteria for functional constipation and pelvic floor dysfunction
- Developmentally appropriate to understand verbal instructions
- Co-existing medical conditions that include inflammatory bowel disease, Hirschsprung's
Disease, cystic fibrosis, tethered cord, anal stenosis, sacral agenesis, spinal cord
anomalies, untreated thyroid disease, untreated celiac disease, neurogenic bowel,
cerebral palsy, major bowel surgery.
- Non-English speaking
Ages Eligible for Study
7 Years - 21 Years
Genders Eligible for Study