Neural Tissue Pain Disorders

Management of Neuropathic Pain - Part 1

R400.00

3 CEUs

    What is the best treatment methodology for peripheral neuropathic pain or pain resulting from injury to nerve roots or peripheral nerve trunks? 

    How best should the symptoms of clinical manifestations of peripheral neuropathic pain be described? This course examines some conservative options for treatment and raises questions about their efficacy. Not all patients, it seems, will respond equally to neurodynamic mobilization techniques and different treatment parameters. The course will discuss the way in which interventions can be individualized to address the nuances of each patient’s presentation of peripheral neuropathic pain. 

    Part 1 & 2 must be taken together.


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Management of Neuropathic Pain - Part 2

R400.00

3 CEUs

    What is the best treatment methodology for peripheral neuropathic pain or pain resulting from injury to nerve roots or peripheral nerve trunks? 

    How best should the symptoms of clinical manifestations of peripheral neuropathic pain be described? This course examines some conservative options for treatment and raises questions about their efficacy. Not all patients, it seems, will respond equally to neurodynamic mobilization techniques and different treatment parameters. The course will discuss the way in which interventions can be individualized to address the nuances of each patient’s presentation of peripheral neuropathic pain.

    Part 1 & 2 must be taken together.

     


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Pain and the Nervous System

R400.00

3 CEUs

    This course challenges current clinical models and systems for assessing and managing on-going pain states. It evaluates the current tissue based/modality based paradigm for pain treatment.

    A mature organism model is presented as a workable concept incorporating mechanisms of pain into the broad science of stress biology and the biopsychosocial model of pain.


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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

R400.00

3 CEUs

    Can Physiotherapy be used to manage adult Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type One?

    A Systematic literature review is used in an attempt to clarify this issue. Some of the findings may be surprising. In fact, no evidence was found to support treatments frequently recommended in clinical guidelines for treatment of pain in adult CRPS-1 patients.


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