DIEP Flap is one of the most common types of breast reconstruction.
Are you prepared to treat these patients?
Patients who undergo DIEP (Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator) Flap Reconstruction experience significant impairments that affect their functional mobility.
Unfortunately, most physical therapists don’t know how to treat patients after DIEP Flap Reconstruction, so these patients don’t get the help they need.
Enter our Mini Course: Start Treating DIEP Flap.
Confidently & Competently Treat Patients after DIEP Flap
In less than 1 hour, you'll understand exactly what you need to start treating patients after DIEP Flap Reconstruction.
That means in less time than it takes to do your documentation, take your lunch break, or even commute to work...
YOU will be able to start helping these patients.
No more turning them away or passing them off to colleagues:
You'll have exactly what it takes to help these patients.
The Basics of DIEP Flap
What DIEP Flap is, why it's used, & why it's become so common in breast reconstruction
How DIEP Affects Patients
Patients have significant side effects after DIEP that affect their functional mobility, independence, & quality of life.
Start Treating Patients
Patients in your community need help after their DIEP Flap Reconstruction. Learn 3 highly effective strategies to start helping your patients now.
Meet Your Instructor
Hey there! I'm Dr. Elise K. Cantu, PT.
I'm a board certified oncology clinical specialist, LANA-certified lymphedema therapist, & cancer rehab junkie.
As an early career PT, I spent years searching the internet for strategies to help my patients after DIEP Flap Reconstruction, only to be stumped by expensive research paywalls & courses that didn't actually help.
Now post-DIEP Flap Reconstruction rehab is one of my specialties & favorite patients to treat.
Most PTs don't know how to treat patients after DIEP, which means these patients don't get the help they need.
And they need YOU now.