Pain: From Biology to Behavior Change

September 21 – September 22, 2019

Winchester, "VA"

This two-day course promises to be an entertaining, challenging and practically relevant course for any health professional dealing with people in pain. This course will cover: Theories that currently guide modern pain science and rehabilitation Clinician self-awareness and self-efficacy in identifying and implementing their own theories The notion of modulation and action neurotags, the principles that guide their operation and the implications for clinical practice Current concepts in the biology of ‘danger detection and transmission’ (also known as ‘nociception’) DIMs, SIMs and the Protectometer Identifying conceptual change targets Planning and practicing delivery in a way that sticks Explaining pain as part of a wider prevention or rehabilitation program.

Venue: 

Shenandoah University

Contact:
Eric Magrum
emagrum@vompti.com; EMM8T@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu
http://connect.su.edu/s/921/index.aspx?sid=921&gid=1&pgid=1650&cid=4438&ecid=4438