The Drain of Pain: Exploring Non-Opioid Pain Reduction Strategies
Date: Saturday, April 17, 2021
Time: 9:00 AM EDT-3:00 PM EDT
Chronic pain is a significant burden that challenges patients, their caregivers and clinicians across the world. It is estimated that approximately 43% of those in the U.S. and 39% of those in Europe experience chronic pain (pain lasting longer than 3 months) with a moderate to severe intensity. It can take many forms and severely impact quality of life for patients and their loved ones. Managing pain helps speed recovery and reduce complications from disease. Join us for this one-day virtual seminar as we explore causes of pain and various non-opioid treatment options.
|Psychopharmacological Treatments for Pain from Lyme and Tick-Borne Diseases||Robert C. Bransfield, MD|
|Regenerative Medicine and its Emerging Role in Pain Management||James KellerShabrokh, DO|
|Effect of Hemp Oil on the Management of Symptoms of Chronic Lyme Disease - Promising Potential||Steven J. Kraus, DC, FIACN|
|[Sponsored Presentation] Stop Bugging Me! Microorganisms as Potential Triggers in Chronic Pain Patients||Jocelyn Strand, ND|
|Intraarticular Ozone Therapy as a Treatment Tool and Diagnostic Aid for Vector-Borne Illness||Bryan J. Rade, ND|
|Demyelination Case Study||B. Robert Mozayeni, MD|
|The Use of Ketamine in Managing Chronic Pain||Christopher S. Ray, MD|
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FAQ for Pain Seminar
Will the videos be available for viewing after the event?
The speaker presentations will be available for viewing for 30 days after the event ends through our online Learning Management System. The videos will not include the Q&A portion of the live event.
Will the PowerPoint presentations be provided to attendees?
PowerPoint presentations will be made available to all registered attendees one week in advance of the seminar through our online Learning Management System.
Is CME credit available for this event?
We are choosing not to give CME for this seminar. This gives us the freedom to discuss specific treatment protocols which would not be eligible content for CME. Please visit our online Learning Management System to see courses available on-demand for CME credit.