Shifting Pain with Wholistic Interventions from Betsy Shandalov

Shifting Pain with Wholistic Interventions from Betsy Shandalov
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Shifting Pain with Wholistic Interventions from Betsy Shandalov

Shifting Pain with Wholistic Interventions from Betsy Shandalov

Shifting Pain with Wholistic Interventions Exploring the Evidence from Betsy Shandalov

Faculty:Betsy Shandalov

Duration:1 Hour 29 Minutes | Format:Audio and Video

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Outline:

Physiological Aspects of Pain, Terminology, Nociception and Central Pain Processing, Biomedical and Biopsychosocial Models of Pain

Research Review of Alternative Pain Approaches

  • Fascia therapy
  • Breathing techniques
  • Visualization
  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Acupuncture
  • Biofield healing arts

Discussion and Demonstration of Selected Pain Approaches

  • Fascia therapy
  • Breathing techniques
  • Visualization
  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Acupuncture
  • Biofield healing arts

Description:

Clinicians are often frustrated by the persistence of pain despite their best efforts to alter it. When chronic pain persists, it is a challenge to change the protective behaviors that contribute to movement impairments and disability in patients with pain.

Incorporating a wholistic approach may improve outcomes for people with pain. Knowing how to include alternative and complementary medicine approaches can lead to greater success in achieving positive functional outcomes for people in pain.  Alternative interventions for pain management such as visualization, breathing, mindfulness meditation movement, and relaxation therapies can be a valuable addition to a program for pain management.

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