Pain and Inflammation Masterclass Comments
8 lessons online
90 minutes per lesson
Receive a certificate for 12 CE hours
Attend LIVE online and/or watch ON DEMAND
A surprisingly large number of people are experiencing chronic, persistent and debilitating pain. Pain that is unrelenting and a terrible burden on their lives. Natural medicine is able to provide vital relief to these people.
A fascinating aspect of pain is that it is not real. The brain creates pain. It’s constructed from the collected inputs of neural activation, memories and expectations. This is a critical understanding of how to approach the patient in chronic pain. The blunt approach to quenching pain as a symptom is predictably ineffective. Medical care is often one dimensional and does not get to the core of the problem. Natural methods are very effective and much, much safer.
The Pain and Inflammation Masterclass will give you a very good understanding of what chronic pain actually is, how it arises and therefore, what you are able to do to reduce pain and repair the processes contributing to it.
Chronic pain impacts many facets of people’s lives. The suffering is ongoing and contributes to many other problems including mental health issues. Those with chronic pain have a higher risk of depression, anxiety, substance abuse and suicide. They also have a reduced life expectancy with higher cardiovascular and respiratory diseases.
The severity of the impact of pain on people’s lives is compounded by the precipitous nature of pain medication. Diagnosis and monitoring of pain are problematic and the pharmacological solutions are often mismanaged and fraught with side effects including addiction.
Your Masterclass presenters are all experts in Pain Care. They have considerable expertise in their chosen specialties and have lots of valuable clinical tips and strategies to share.
Your presenters are:
- Howard Schubiner, MD
- Rob Kachko, ND
- Leigh Arseneau, ND
- Gordon Ko, MD
- Aaron Goldman, PhD
- Paul Epstein, ND
FROM THIS MASTERCLASS YOU WILL LEARN
- How pain arises from multiple stimuli
- What effects chronic pain has on other body systems
- What healthy sleep looks and functions like
- How to use mind-body medicine and mindfulness to alter the pain experience
- How to assess and monitor chronic pain symptoms
- Nutritional and herbal treatments for managing chronic pain
- Which SNPs predispose to increased pain experience and reduced analgesic effectiveness
- How cannabis affects pain and how to use it most effectively
YOU WILL RECEIVE
- Clear protocol explanations
- Clinical pearls for improved practice results
- Access to audio and video recordings
- A PDF of the presenter’s slides
- Links to all referenced research papers and useful clinical handouts
- Your exclusive invitation to our alumni hub to ask questions
Wednesday, 15 January, 2020
- BC: Interior
- BC: Kootenays
- BC: Lower Mainland
- BC: Northern BC
- BC: Vancouver Island
- Canada: Outside BC
- Complementary Medicine
- Family Practice
- Mind-Body Medicine
- Physical Medicine
- Prince George
- United States of America
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