Practical Pain Science – Gilbert, AZ June 10th, 2017


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by kargelam
Price: $275.00
6 Lessons

2017/06/10 08:00:00

The last 30+ years have seen an explosion in our understanding of pain. Practical Pain Science is a course focused on educating therapists on modern understandings of pain and how to apply it immediately to clinical practice.  Participants will develop an understanding of persistent pain states so they can better  interview, educate, assess, and treat the patient suffering from persistent pain.  Applications to pediatric, geriatric, neurologic, sports, and orthopedic settings will be discussed

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Early bird rates end 5/24/17

Audience: Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants, Physical Therapy Students

Prerequisities: none

Disclosures/Conflicts of Interest: none

Cancellation Policy

Online Lectures:


To allow the course to be a one-day course and to maximize our efficiency on the live course day there are three pre-course lectures to view prior to the course contained in the modules below.  These are required viewings and will allow you to understand the lecture materials in the live course that build off of these online lectures.  It is the responsibility of each attendee to view these lectures in order to maximize their learning from this course offering

Live Class Schedule


8:00  Introductions/Objectives
8:15  Recap of Theory, Physiology, and Classification
8:30  Neurodynamics
9:00  Neurodynamics Lab –  Expanding the SLR and ULNT
10:30 Break
10:45 Psychosocial constructs
11:15 Systemic responses and common conditions
12:00 LUNCH
1:00 Pain Neuroscience Education (PNE)
2:30 PNE practice – case scenarios
3:00 Therapeutic exercise in persistent pain
3:30 Graded activity and Exposure-based treatments
4:00  Exposure practice
4:30 Wrap-up discussion, Q&A

Course Objectives


  1. At the conclusion of the course the participant will be able to explain three reasons that pain neuroscience education is important in clinical practice when dealing with the patient in pain
  2. At the conclusion of the course the participant will, given a patient case presentation, be able to deduce the dominant pain mechanisms present in the patient presentation
  3. At the conclusion of the course the participant will, given a patient case scenario, be able to execute all four principles of a graded exposure treatment
  4. At the conclusion of the course the participant will be able to articulate articulate three reasons that neurodynamic tests should be utilized for evaluative and treatment purposes when interacting with the patient with neuropathic pain
  5. At the conclusion of the course the participant, given a patient case scenario, will be able to design a graded activity quota-based program using operant conditioning methods

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