What does your recent research tell us about how pediatricians utilize specialized formulas for treatment of diagnosed or suspected cow’s milk protein allergy?

A specialist in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, Michael J. Wilsey, MD provides insights for managing a baby with colic, fussiness, or a suspected cow’s milk protein allergy. He touches on strategies for identifying the root causes of colic and fussiness, the role of the immune system in early feeding, and how to navigate feeding decisions in real time.

Dr. Wilsey shares his latest research on the role of hypoallergenic formulas with probiotics in short-term symptom relief in infants with colic, fussiness, and symptoms of cow’s milk protein allergy.

This education is about:

  • Addressing symptoms of infant colic
  • Trailing various feeding modifications
  • Feeding options for infants with cow’s milk protein allergy
  • The impact of extensively hydrolyzed formula with LGG on allergic symptoms
  • Michael J. Wilsey, MD

    Pediatric Gastroenterologist
    Clinical Professor of Pediatrics
    University South Florida College of Medicine
    Vice Chair Pediatric Gastroenterology
    John Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
    St. Petersburg, Florida