This is especially important for children and youth living with pain. The risk factors for development of chronic pain after surgery are wide ranging and include nerve injury, severe preoperative and acute postoperative pain as well as psychosocial factors such as catastrophizing. Mindfulness Based Interventions (MBIs) are emerging as promising treatments to reduce physical and e. Chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP) affects around 1 in 5 Canadians and is the leading cause of disability globally. The following webinar highlights the increasing knowledge of psychosocial and biological factors associated with the development of chronic pain as a result of motor vehicle accidents.
Many people who live with chronic pain report that they also suffer from low mood, irritability, and. This free webinar will discuss how physiotherapy and somatic psychotherapy services can be successfully integrated to treat people living with persistent pain. This webinar provides an overview of how organizations can expand their potential talent pool to reach individuals living with disabilities by shaping a more disability-inclusive recruitment and hiring process. This webinar provided health care professionals with an opportunity to learn about how to explain the neuroscience behind pain management to patients in clear and concise language. This webinar provides health care providers with a basic overview on pharmacogenomic testing and how it can be used as a tool to support patients in making decisions about which medication(s) are most suitable for their overall pain management. Central Sensitization Diagnosis and Management, The Association Of Post Motor Vehicle Crash Pain And Longer Term Health Outcomes, Mindfulness for Cancer Survivors Living with Chronic Neuropathic Pain, Utilizing Science, Technology and the Arts to Transform Pain: An Update, Using the Therapeutic Relationship to Promote Neuroplastic Change in Chronic Pain Patients, Pain Management in Indigenous People: Through the Lens of Culture, Society and Medicine, What Health Care Providers Should Know about Acupuncture for Chronic Pain Patients, From Pain to Pleasure: How Painful Experiences May Benefit Our Lives, Reducing Catastrophizing to Prevent and Treat Chronic Pain, Trauma-Informed Practice in Pain Program Care, The Chronic Pain Network: Update and Future Plans, The Canadian Chronic Pain Research Network: Update and Future Plans. In this webinar, Dr. Gatchel helps us understand what fear-avoidance beliefs and behaviours are, how they affect people with chronic pain, and what tools and treatments can be used to help people with pain reduce those beliefs. With more people living with many types of chronic illnesses now than ever before, the problem of work disability will continue to escalate if we do not take action. Dr. This can't be done without changing the systems that people in pain rely on to live well. Motor vehicle crashes are recognized as an important cause of death and disability worldwide. All Rights Reserved. This webinar is the first in our three-part series on the myoActivation treatment approach. This webinar explores the meaningfulness of work for people living with long-term work disability and chronic pain, and the role meaning plays in return to work effort. We change our body chemistry every time we eat. She also shares recommendations for a different foundational approach to treating pediatric myofascial chronic pain. Chronic pain often interferes with a person’s ability to function and participate in important activities in life.
Unions are concerned for th. In this webinar, researchers will discuss their findings from a national research study that investigates the impacts of COVID-19 on people with persistent pain in Canada. In this free webinar, Maria Hudspith and Linda Wilhelm will discuss the work underway by the Canadian Pain Task Force, an external advisory body that is helping the Government of Canada better understand and address the needs of people living with chronic pain. People with chronic migraine represent the more severe end of the migraine clinical spectrum, and generally have more disability than individuals with episodic migraine. In this webinar, Dr. Teresa Clarke will present on the history of acupuncture and summarize the research studies on the neurophysiology, underlying its mechanism of action. This webinar features Dr. Joti Samra, who specializes in developing coping strategies for difficult life situations, including living with chronic pain.
Pain BC is a registered health charity that has been leading efforts to improve the lives of people in pain through empowerment, care, education and innovation. 320 - 1508 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC V6J 1W8. In this webinar, Marlysa Sullivan, PT, C-IAYT, ERYT-500 will discuss different methods by which the autonomic nervous system can be positively regulated to help manage pain, including the Polyvagal theory, yoga and the cultivation of eudaimonic well-being. View our back catalogue of presentations from leading experts in their fields on the latest science, research and best-practices to understand, assess and treat people with chronic pain. Pain often co-exists with other geriatric syndromes such as multimorbidity, polypharmacy and falls, and can have a very significant effect on function and quality of life. If you’ve ever tried to explain neuroplasticity in a few sentences with your chronic pain patients, then you know how challenging that can be. The BC ECHO for Chronic Pain is a free virtual learning community comprised of specialists and community health care providers who use instructive and case-based learning to gain improved competence in providing care for complex pain cases. In this webinar, Dr. Katrina Genuis explores the difference between pain and suffering, focusing on suffering as the dimension of existence providers should aim to heal when pain is intractable.