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An Introduction to the Pain Truth Certification Program by the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI)

An Introduction to the Pain Truth Certification Program by the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI)

An Introduction to the Pain Truth Certification Program by the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI)

Feb 11, 2020 - 20:00 (EST)
60 Minutes
The instructors

Hello! This is Bahram Jam and I really look forward to being part of this webinar.

Too often as clinicians we feel bad about our clinical skills when we "fail to help" those who seek our care in desperate need of pain relief. I certainly felt that if only I took more courses on manual therapy, biomechanics, soft tissue release or strengthening then I would be able to help them better.

I WAS WRONG.

The reason some of my patients were not responding to my treatments was because I was trying to "fix a structure", when in fact they did NOT NEED ANYTHING FIXED!

This webinar is for all healthcare providers who wish to have the ability to more effectively assist their patients in their recovery. The primary aim of this short webinar will be to learn skills to identify patients who may be centrally sensitized.

Objectives

  1. To review the 3 basic pain mechanism classifications
  2. To learn how to more confidently identify those presenting with central sensitization using 12 simple questions
  3. To review clinical option for assisting the recovery of those presenting with central sensitization, such as The Pain Truth program

WARNING: Space is limited to the first 500 clinicians who register. 

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The instructors
Bahram Jam
PT, D.SC.PT, M.PHTY, B.SC.PT, FCAMT

Bahram is a physiotherapist and founder of the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI). He's taught 1000+ continuing education courses to healthcare professionals across Canada & internationally.

He has instructed over one thousand post-graduate orthopaedic and pain science courses and has been a guest presenter at several physiotherapy and medical conferences across Canada and internationally.

His primary clinical approach is to identify relevant functional impairments and determine the best self-management strategy to maximize patient independence.