Approximately 1 in 50 adults have Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). The disorder most commonly manifests in adolescence, with subclinical symptoms often occurring for years before diagnosis. Whilst there is no gender difference in the prevalence of BDD it is observed that muscle dysmorphia occurs much more often in males.

Join us in this webinar to discuss how primary care professionals can identify BDD in males earlier in the primary care setting and the referral pathways, treatment and management options available.

Course Type
1.00 hours
Health Professional