Have you ever struggled with those patients that just seem to be really tough? The ones that just have a lot going on and you’re not sure where to start? 


I co-host a podcast called Tough to Treat with Erica Meloe, a fantastic clinician based out of New York. In this podcast series, we discuss real-life tough-to-treat patient cases from our years of practice. If you haven’t listened to this podcast, I invite you all to listen on your favorite podcast provider, head over to our website Toughtotreat.com and opt into our email list to be up-to-date with the most recent episodes and clinical pearls from the episode. 


What I want to tell you is that my latest content drop happened a few days ago inside The Pelvic Health Education Subscription. This video is a presentation I did with Erica for the APTA conference on Treating And Understanding The Complex Patient. 


In this webinar, we discuss 

  • What makes an expert clinician
  • The 3 powerful questions that should be asked during a history
  • How to formulate a hypothesis of what is going on based on the patient’s story and testing that hypothesis through your exam. 


We present this through real-life case studies covering assessment to treatment. 


We also explore how taking a full-body approach to care and how treating the “driver” and not just the symptoms provides more options for changing a patient’s movement strategy. 


After watching this video, you should have a better understanding of how to assess, find the primary driver, apply clinical reasoning theories and practical strategies for working with complex patients, and design a comprehensive treatment plan that is specific to the cause of the problem. 


This is just one example of the value-based educational content you’ll get when you join my Pelvic Health Explorers Membership.


I look forward to you joining me on the inside for full access to all of the content currently available and our wonderful community of clinicians. 




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