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Tough To Treat - How To Increase Your Expertise By Learning How To Treat The Complex Patient
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When: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Where: Webinar
United States
Presenter: Erica Meloe, PT, MBA, OCS, MA
Contact: (609) 208-0200

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APTANJ Webinar

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM



Members: $30

Non-members: $75



Tough To Treat:  How To Increase Your Expertise By Learning How To Treat The Complex Patient

presented by Erica Meloe, PT, MBA, OCS, MA

(2 CEs)

We are seeing more people in persistent pain than ever before. Whether their symptoms are localized to one region of the body or multiple regions, the clinical reasoning is critical when you are assessing this patient population. They have typical symptoms, but atypical sources. Through real case studies from her clients, covering assessment to treatment, Erica will discuss how investigating certain movement patterns was the key to getting these complex patients better.

Link to participate will be emailed to registrants prior to presentation date.

This presentation is offered as a live event only.



Erica Meloe, PT, MBA, OCS, MA

Erica Meloe is a board certified physiotherapist in private practice in NYC. After a decade solving financial puzzles on Wall Street, Erica took her MBA and her problem solving skills into the clinic. She specializes in treating patients with persistent unsolved pain and her mission is to raise awareness of the physical therapy profession to a level like no other.

Erica is co-host of the podcast “Tough To Treat. A physiotherapist’s guide to managing those complex patients.” She is also a co-host of the Women In PT Summit held annually in NYC and is a thought leader in the profession.

Erica’s new book “Why Do I Hurt? Discover the Surprising Connections That Cause Physical Pain and What To Do About Them” was released in October of 2018. She has also been featured in Forbes, BBC, Women’s Day, Better Homes and Gardens, Muscle and Fitness Hers and Health Magazine.  

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