71 learners taking this course
Pain is one of the top three reasons a patient seeks medical care in the United States. Current standard of care for the treatment of pain does not offer patients a well-rounded solution for their pain. This 2-hour webinar will discuss pain receptors, theory of pain perception, various aspects for evaluating a pain patient and how to determine appropriate treatments or types of referrals for your patient. The evaluation of a chronic pain patient is in depth and incorporates many avenues as a cause for pain. The pain treatments discussed will be different types of bodywork (i.e. massage, MET), infrared light therapy and hyperbaric oxygen therapy and theory on how they effectively can provide pain relief. Different types of pain injection therapies will also be discussed, including: biopuncture, trigger points, prolotherapy, PRP, IV therapy. Introduction to acupuncture and chinese herbal medicine, in addition to herbal formulas for the treatment of pain. Finally, a short discussion on western herbs, a more in depth look at nutritional deficiencies and pain, how to support nutritional therapy through food.
- Learn the different types of pain receptors
- Identify the appropriate pain therapy for your patient
- Identify the key differences between pain injections
- Understand the differences between eastern and western medicine herbal prescribing
- Learn the various aspects of nutrition involved with pain
Learn for a Cause
A portion of proceeds from sales of this course goes directly to Chitari Center of Collaborative Medicine, a nonprofit holistic healing center.