Steve Hodges, M.D.
Professor of Pediatric Urology, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Expert in enuresis, encopresis, and toilet training
We knew the root cause of bedwetting was incomplete rectal emptying, and enemas were the only way to solve the problem
—Sean O'Regan, M.D.
This 4.5-hour course is for health professionals, including physicians, nurse practitioners, continence nurses, pelvic floor PTs and OTs, and mental health professionals.
Dr. Hodges continually reevaluates and refines the Modified O’Regan Protocol based on his research and clinical experience. He is excited to share insights that have increased his success with the most challenging cases and will be invaluable to practitioners. Knowledge of the latest M.O.P recommendations and guidelines will give you a leg up in resolving enuresis and encopresis, conditions commonly misunderstood and undertreated.
X-ray Evaluation Insights
Current Understanding of the Physiology of Accidents
Instructive Case Studies:
Dawn Sandalcidi, PT, PT, RCMT, BCB-PMD
Our course is hosted on Teachable by Dawn Sandalcidi, the leading expert in pediatric pelvic floor physical therapy and a proponent of M.O.P. Learn about Dawn's other courses at Kids Bowel Bladder.
Amanda Arthur-Stanley, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
TOPIC: Shame, Blame, and Frustration: How
enuresis and encopresis affect family dynamics
Dr. Arthur-Stanley specializes in working with children in treatment for enuresis and encopresis. She is co-author, with Dr. Hodges, of The Mental Health Professional's Guide to Enuresis and Encopresis, a free guide for counselors.
Overseas professionals are strongly encouraged to enroll!
32% of families who purchase our books live outside the United States. There is a tremendous global need for expertise in treatment of enuresis and encopresis.
Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa , and the U.K. are among the countries represented by our participants!
Thanks! It was well worth getting up at 3 a.m. in New Zealand to attend.
—Participant in Dr. Hodges' 2021 course
I loved it all. So much information!
—Ali Prevost, MScPT, Symetrics, Ontario, Canada
The information was applicable in clinic the next day!
—Megan Miller, MPT, Core Plus Physical Therapy, Mechanicsburg, PA
What participants in Dr. Hodges' live Zoom courses have said:
A powerhouse team with a wealth of knowledge. A must-take course!
—Melissa White, PT, MPT, OSF Healthcare, Peoria, Illinois
Overall, how would you rate the course quality and content?
"Detailed practical information on the safety of M.O.P. and how to implement was extremely helpful."
“A great review of MOP. Love that the program is practical and nicely laid out for people to start right away.”
"Very useful. I have been using M.O.P. with paediatric patients and my own children, so it was very helpful to get the update and hear about recent developments. I especially found the tips on reading x-rays helpful.
How would you rate Dr. Hodges' presentation style?
"So easy to listen to and engage with! I did not feel hesitant to ask questions! Time flew by. Amazing resources. Best course I've taken in years."
"A bit fast, but there was a lot of information. Engaged with the participants and their questions, which I appreciated."
"All good - thank you for being happy to answer so many questions."
What 3 nuggets of information did you find most useful?
•Osmotic v. stimulant laxatives
•Different enema types
•When to use each M.O.P. variation
•Bladder Botox treatment
•Properly dosing Ex-Lax
•Homemade enema options
•Options beyond M.O.P.