“Techniques for the Complex Pain Patient” will examine a multitude of differential diagnoses, tests and techniques that can help in treating patients who have not progressed with, or who have completely failed, traditional physical therapy, chiropractic, massotherapy or medical treatments. We will, as well, explore patients with “nebulous” symptomology and patients with multiple sites of pain with options for techniques to “unlock” the doors to success with new and previously learned techniques.
This course has been approved for 7.5 CEU by the Ohio Physical Therapy Association.
We will utilize lecture, but this class will be significantly lab-based for neuromuscular anatomy and physiology, assessment tools and a multitude of unique hands-on techniques to recognize, differentiate conditions and treat complex pain patients.
Attendees should dress comfortably in layers and be prepared for lab assessment and treatment techniques. We will want to be able to put our hands on, but there will be no techniques that will cause even the most modest individual to be concerned.
Who should attend this course:
Doctors of osteopathic medicine
Anyone with a professional license that allows for manual assessment and treatment.
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This course has been approved for 7.5 CEU in Ohio