This week Friday, as part of the Eating Disorder Coalition of Tennessee annual conference, a CE session is taking place at the Carolyn P. Brown Auditorium in Knoxville, Tenn. Rogers’ very own Theodore E. Weltzin, MD, FAED, will be presenting “Optimizing Outcomes in Eating Disorders” which covers how to engage patients on a level where even the deepest causes for eating disorders can be treated.
Dr. Weltzin is a nationally recognized and board-certified specialist in eating disorder treatment at Rogers Memorial Hospital. This is an opportunity to be part of a fantastic conference and special CE event which will provide insight into how to engage patients during treatment and what can help to treat the hardest cases.
Rogers Memorial Hospital Outreach Representative Jean Corrao will be exhibiting at the conference as well, providing information about how you can refer your clients/patients to Rogers for some of the best treatment in the country for the hard-to-treat and often treatment-resistant eating disorder patients.
Eating disorder treatment can sometimes be a tug-of-war, due to the nature of anorexia and bulimia, and other eating disorders. Patients are often in denial as they consider this disorder an integral part of their lives. This can create a challenge for even the most seasoned treatment professionals.
Request a screening for you, a family member, or a patient via our online screening form, or visit the Eating Disorders Coalition of Tennessee website to find out more about this conference.