Basics of Chronic Pain Management

Essentials for the Non-Pain Management Specialist

A Growing Dilemma

Nearly 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. As the population ages, that number is likely to increase. Many patients seek help not from pain specialists, but from primary care physicians or other healthcare professionals.

At the same time, opioid abuse is at epidemic levels, leading regulators and law enforcement to place increased scrutiny on the prescribing of pain medications. Against this backdrop, it is critical that all prescribers have a solid foundation in the basics of chronic pain management.

Basics of Chronic Pain Management is a one-day seminar that will help you treat this growing population of patients with safety and confidence. Offered in Denver, Colorado, this course is intended for those who are not pain management specialists.

Topics of Discussion

  • The epidemiology and pathophysiology of chronic pain
  • Common conditions and best approaches to management
  • Pharmacologic treatment, including analgesics (opioids and non-opioids) and adjunctive medications
  • Non-pharmacologic treatment, including complementary and alternative therapies
  • Interventional pain management: indications and options

Like all of our courses, this program is designed to fulfill licensing board or credentialing requirements for remedial education, but is also appropriate for those who simply wish to improve their skills in this critical area.

What You Need to Know

Where and when is the course offered?

This course will be offered two times this year in Denver, CO.

  • May 19, 2017
  • December 1, 2017

How do I enroll in Basics of Chronic Pain Management?

Enrolling in this course is easy. Please call 303-577-3232 and ask to speak with an Education Specialist.

Who is eligible for Basics of Chronic Pain Management?

This course is suitable for any healthcare professionals or trainees who treat chronic pain but are not pain management specialists.

What’s the cost?

The cost for the course is $550. For those already registered for Prescribing Controlled Drugs, the cost is $250.

What to expect after enrollment

  • After your initial registration, you will receive an e-mail confirmation of enrollment within 48 – 72 hours.

What about CME credit?

CME credit for this activity is currently pending.

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