The biopsychosocial model of pain management suggests taking a multifaceted approach to interventions. But the modern patient has seemingly unlimited options and no clear direction on whom to see and when to see them. This presentation aims to connect the physiological and psychological factors of pain management, filling in the gaps on how to collaborate with mental health professionals, what basic guidelines to follow in management, and what to look for when partnering with professionals in your community.
Review Principles of Non-Pharm Pain Management
Explain Principles of Team based care for Chiropractors
Give practical examples of the care in action
COURSE BREAKDOWN -
15 Minute: What are the themes of evidence-based practice across disciplines? -Highlight active interventions that instill patient independence-Non-Pharm Physiological interventions-CRISP Protocols-Non-Pharm Psychological Interventions-ACT-CBT for Chronic Pain-Motivational Interviewing
15 Minute: Putting the Team in Careteam-Establishing Coherent Messaging-Reinforcing Resilience-Framing the conversation for referral-Support does not fix
15 Minute: Practical Application-Case 1: Anxiety-Driven MSK Pain-Case 2 Fear Avoidance
15 Minute: Partnering with a Psychologist in your community -What to look for? -License-Marketing-Where to find them?