Effective Pain Management (Online)
Date: Thurs 17th June 2021
Length 1 day (9.30am - 4.00pm)
Tutor: Dr. Grahame Brown
CPD Certificate 6 hours
- Price: £145 per person
Price includes course notes
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Live training delivered online – Attend Dr Grahame Brown’s workshop live online via Zoom on Thursday 17th June 2021. The content covered will be the same as his attended workshop and you will have plenty of opportunities to ask questions. All you need is a quiet place to watch, a PC or tablet and a strong internet signal, the rest is easy – simply book your place as normal, and we will email you details of how to join the Zoom workshop.
NB The training will be recorded in case anyone experiences technical difficulties on the day.
Fantastic course – fascinating. Really good trainer.Occupational Therapist
Why you should attend
Pain is endemic in our society and whatever the cause – back pain, migraine, arthritic pain, dental pain, irritable bowel (IBS), labour/menstrual pain, cancer pain, psychogenic pain, psychosomatic pain – it can be incapacitating.
It is estimated that between 25 – 40% of our population suffer from persistent or chronic pain – the sociological and economic costs of this are enormous but it is in the personal human suffering involved – mental as well as physical – that the real costs should be measured. Many are desperate for effective help.
This workshop – with leading pain and musculoskeletal medicine consultant Dr Grahame Brown – gives you important new information about how we experience pain – derived from the latest neuroscience – and a powerful range of psychological techniques for managing pain naturally, preventing it from escalating and speeding up healing.
You will discover how people can be helped out of the vicious cycle of chronic pain and how, by working holistically through the bio-psycho-social model, suffering can be dramatically reduced.
You don’t need to have any prior medical knowledge to learn from and enjoy the day – you will leave with a much clearer understanding of what is going on in the mind/body system, what you can do to reduce suffering when pain persists and ways to prevent chronic ongoing pain from developing.
It is a key event if you work with people suffering from pain at any stage (from recent onset, recurrent to persistent) or if you would like to find out how to successfully manage pain without medication.
You will learn a wide variety of pain management techniques, which can easily be integrated into your work, to help relieve pain and promote recovery – often in just one session.
Dr Brown has a real gift for helping people heal themselves – I know: I’m one of them!Christopher Buckley, Professor of Rheumatology, University of Birmingham
What will you learn
- An increased understanding of how we perceive pain (from the latest neuroscientific research) and what is happening in the mind/body system
- A road map for helping people out of the vicious cycle of chronic pain, or to stop it developing in the first place
- The confidence and skills to help patients suffering from persistent pain of whatever cause – no need to feel ‘heart-sink’ with some patients anymore
- An understanding of what is going on when pain persists – and what you can do about it
- How to reduce the risk of chronic pain developing – prevention is better than cure – and identify the factors that make it likely
- A range of psychological chronic pain management techniques to use with your patients or yourself
- The importance of the bio-psycho-social model in reducing pain and accelerating healing
- How to produce significant pain relief by changing the way people think about their pain – in minutes
- An understanding of the value of pain displacement and how to use the brain’s ‘reality simulator’
- What the latest neuroscience tell us about the experience of pain
- How to use guided imagery, relaxation and distraction to promote chronic pain relief
- How to deal with constant pain and promote healing
- How healthcare professionals can make their consultations more therapeutic
- How to avoid labelling patients’ pain as ‘purely psychological’
- The many myths about pain – and why some well-intentioned pain management techniques don’t work and more…
No prior medical knowledge is needed for you to benefit from the day.
The ‘Effective Pain Management’ live online course starts at 9.15am and runs until 4.00pm.
Who is this course suitable for?
- This course is designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of health care professionals of any discipline who work on a regular or occasional basis with people in pain to improve outcomes, including: • doctors • surgeons • nurses • dentists • neurologists • osteopaths • chiropractors • palliative care workers • psychiatrists • midwives • physiotherapists • occupational therapists • psychologists • health visitors • support/care workers • psychotherapists • counsellors – it is perfect CPD
- If you personally experience persistent pain then you will gain much from the workshop but please be aware the programme is not designed to be a treatment day and the tutor will be unable to give opinions to individuals with pain problems unless (with consent) their problem can be discussed for the benefit of all participants
- Anyone who would like to understand more about their own experience of pain, or that of someone they care for, and what can be done to manage ongoing pain and alleviate suffering
Thoroughly enjoyed this course – the best I have attended. Fantastic to have the opportunity to train with this specialist.Clinical Hypnotherapist
This course covered all aspects of the subject – biological, social and psychological. No aspect was neglected – incredibly helpful.Civil Servant
I’ve read the pain management book, but it was even better having Dr Brown himself – this is the best explanation I have heard and I will use this to explain pain to my patients in the future.Counsellor
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