PSD presents: Managing complex and chronic pain in a busy practice: “What can I do in 15 minutes?”

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Date : April 11, 2015

Time: 9:00am

Location: Hamilton, ON, McMaster University, Institute for Applied Health Sciences, Room 240

Instructors: Timothy H. Wideman PT PhD & Jordan Miller PT

Target audience: Physiotherapists with an interest in complex pain

Duration: 1 day (7 contact hours)

What to expect from the course:

1. There are numerous factors that influence chronic pain. This course will distill bestevidence for chronic pain management into segments that can be integrated into a busypractice.

2. Participants will understand fundamental principles of chronic pain management.

3. Participants will learn about assessment strategies to identify complex pain – specifically psychosocial screening, recognizing ‘sensitization’ and activity tolerance.

4. Participants will learn management strategies related to communication, facilitating self-efficacy, graded activity and exposure, and dealing with flare‐ups.

How to register:

http://learning.physiotherapy.ca/pdreg/seminars/courses/managing-complex-and-chronic-pain-in-a-busy-practice-what-can-i-do-in-15-minutes/

Questions :

Contact Jordan Miller: millerjd@mcmaster.ca

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