Pain Management

Date and Time

December 12, 2023
12–3 p.m. ET
12/12/2023 12:00 PM 12/12/2023 03:00 PM America/New_York Pain Management This three hour course is intended to provide clinicians with the most current in-depth information about pain management and its treatment.

Location

Virtual Event

About this course:

This three hour course is intended to provide clinicians with the most current in-depth information about pain management and its treatment. The course materials and clinical protocols presented are evidence-based and oriented to immediate clinical applications for skilled therapy managing pain in geriatric population. The lab demonstrations provide active participation to reinforce concepts and techniques using biophysical agents for pain management and the impact on participation, activity, and functional performance for patients across the healthcare continuum.

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