A Practical Guide for Persistent Pain Therapy
17-18 NOVEMBER 2018
The cutting-edge, patient-centered approach using a variety of practical learning methods to help your patients make sense and overcome their pain.
To understand the relationship between pain, perception and behavior change
An evidence-based understanding of what people in pain want from healthcare professionals
To appreciate the gap between the complexity of the nervous system and hunt for the "off switch"
To understand the need for Socratic questioning and guided discovery
To apply these when explaining a) the role of the nervous system b) central sensitisation and c) long term potentiation with your patients
To explore the role of metaphors within pain reconceptualisation
To understand the role of fear avoidance in pain rehabilitation and to apply cognitive-behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and mindfulness techniques
To optimise patient education by understanding and applying educational theories to clinical practice
To help people make sense of their pain, we must first learn to teach.
Links with videos about the course:
Mike STEWART MCSP SRP MSc PG Cert (Clin Ed)
9 000 CZK
- multiple bookings 2 and more
- UNIFY ČR
(7 200 CZK)
Hotel ILF, Budějovická 15, 141 00
Prague, Czech Republic
Mike is a physiotherapist and visiting university lecturer with twenty years of experience managing complex, persistent pain conditions. In addition, he is a dedicated practice-based educator committed to providing evidence-based education to a wide variety of health professionals. His Know Pain workshops have provided clinicians around the world with practical pain education skills. He has recently completed an MSc in Practice-based Education at the University of Brighton and is planning a PhD focusing on pain and communication. His published work has received international praise from the leading names in neuroscience.