Which Came First: The Stress or The Pain?
Presented by Kathryn Moulison, PT, DPT, OCS, TPS
Course DescriptionThe aim of this presentation is to improve the understanding of physiological and neuroscience mechanisms behind both stress and pain as well as the ways in which they interact, and outline strategies we can use to empower our clients and improve their quality of life and function. As therapists, it is important that we have […]
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- This course has been Approved by CERS, an Approval Agency for the California Board of Physical Therapy. CERS Course Approval #: 21-50652-1.
- Therapy Insights is an AOTA Approved Provider of professional development. Course approval ID# 02421.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Describe the physiological changes that occur with chronic mental/emotional stress and with persistent pain.
- Explain, in client friendly language, the impact that stress and pain have on each other.
- Identify clients that will benefit from incorporation of therapeutic neuroscience education (TNE) in their plan of care.
- Identify implementation of evidence based treatment strategies to complement TNE in the management of persistent stress and pain.
- Describe how these strategies complement TNE in the management of persistent stress and pain.
- 0:00 - Introduction
- 0:10 - Physiological changes that occur with stress
- 0:20 - Physiological changes that occur with pain
- 0:35 - How stress and pain impact each other
- 0:55 - Overview of EBP treatment strategies including TNE
- 1:00 - End course + quiz
Information is geared to practitioners with little or no knowledge of the subject matter. Focus is on providing general introductory information.
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