#21: Mapping Cortisol & Pelvic Pain with Jessica Drummond
The web of interconnections in human biology can sometimes be a surprise when we’re taught to think through the narrow lens of addressing X (sign, symptom or diagnosis) with Y (pill or protocol). As Jessica Drummond shares in today’s podcast, high or low circulating cortisol is directly related to pelvic pain. Listen-in to connect some new dots to support your treatments for this patient population.
April 13, 2018
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