TypeOnsite Course
DateMar 22, 2020
Time8:30 am to 4:30 pm
LevelIntermediate
CEU8 Contact hours
PlaceIMCF-Orland Park
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BY DEFAULT, THERE IS NO CENTER FOR PAIN IN THE BRAIN, SURPRIZED?
C-Fiber and Central senstization

what is the relation?
If pain is centrally sensitized,

Will manual therapy work?
which pain classification that direct pain treatment?

Course Information

Course Outline

Course Objectives

Who Should Attend?

CEUs Information

Only 1 in 4 individuals with pain receive appropriate therapy. Chronic pain is the most common cause of long-term disability,  1/3rd of all Americans will experience severe chronic pain at some point in their lives Only 1 in 4 individuals with pain receive appropriate therapy.  Poorly managed acute pain may cause serious medical complications Undertreated chronic pain can impair an individual’s ability to carry out daily activities and diminish quality of life Pain is also a major cause of work absenteeism, underemployment, and unemployment.

  1. Describe the current status of pain management in the United States, barriers to appropriate assessment and management of pain, and consequences of undertreatment of pain.
  2. Learn about the most important pan classification that guides the pain treatment process.
  3. Explain the pathophysiologic mechanisms involved in pain perception.
  4. Understand the difference and clinical implication of COX1 and COX2  
  5. Understand mechanism of central and preipheral   sensitization and how it plays major role in pain not responding to treatments.
  6. Discuss the importance of anatomy and biomechanics in pain management
  7. Name elements of the pain assessment process, a tool used for pain assessment, and strategies for overcoming barriers to pain assessment.
  8. List the types of pharmacotherapies used to manage pain and compare the mechanisms of action, uses, dosage forms, routes of administration, dosages, and side effects of the various options.
  9. Discuss the role of nonpharmacologic interventions in treating pain and name a clinical use for a nonpharmacologic treatment.
  10. Review treatment approaches for acute and chronic pain (selected case studies)
  11. Answer the question why pain persist?

PT/PTA/OT/OTA/SLP/RN

Outpatient, Home Health, and SNF

This course is approved for 8 contact hours for PT/PTA in IL/IN

Testmonial

WHAT CLINICIANS SAID ABOUT THIS COURSE?

Mike Ditka Review

 

“Mehana, thank you for a great job. You are the best and you made my recovery much faster, If I ever need more services, you will be the guy”
-Mike Ditka (Chicago Bears Head Coach and hall of fame 1984/85)

 

Section 1Course AgendaFree Preview

Course Agenda

08:15 am

Registration and Breakfast

08:30 am

Learning Outline and Objectives

08:45 am

Introduction

08:45 am

Pain Pathophysiology

10:00 am

Break

10:15 am

Anatomical and Biomechanical Consideration For Pain Management

11:00 am

Barriers to the Appropriate Assessment and Management of Pain

11:30 am

Break

11:45 am

Assessment of Pain

12:30 pm

Lunch

01:15 am

Pharmacologic Treatment

02:00 am

NON-Pharmacologic Treatment

02:15 am

CANNABINOIDS (MEDICAL MARIJUANA)

02:30 am

Break

02:45 am

NONINVASIVE INTERVENTIONS

03:45 am

INVASIVE INTERVENTIONS

04:00 am

LAB LBP AND CTS

04:25 pm

Q&A

04:30 pm

END

Section 2Handouts

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