Identifying, rehabilitating and preventing musculoskeletal dysfunctions is not only a primary component of pain management, but is fundamental to facilitate and reinforce proper movement patterns. As you and your fellow hands-on healthcare professionals seek to become the experts in pain management, obtaining continuing education credits (CEUs) that encompass the observation of whole movements, regional independence, altered motor control and neurodevelopmental perspectives, paired with the integration of the right tools, will be on everyone’s 2018 to-do list.
To support these efforts, Safer Pain Relief has created a weekend-long CEU course covering IASTM, kinesiology taping, therapeutic exercise and more. Each course will present a hands-on, integrated approach to restoring and maximizing the human movement system while providing research-proven, non-pharmacological pain relief solutions.
Each Summit provides 14 CEU hours for physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic, athletic training and massage therapy professionals.
Safer Pain Relief Summits CEU Curriculum: What You Can Expect to Learn
Over the entire weekend, you can expect to cover:
Friday Night Schedule
- The Science of Safer Pain Relief
- Introduction to Myofascial Therapy
- Introduction to IASTM
- IASTM Lab
- Introduction to Kinesiology Taping
- Kinesiology Taping Lab
- The Science of Cryotherapy and Topicals
- Introduction to Therapeutic Exercise
- Therapeutic Exercise Lab
Sunday Morning Schedule
- Advanced Therapeutic Alternatives in Pain Management (with demo)
Not only will you be learning how to use each of these modalities to address a number of musculoskeletal dysfunction and pain, but you will learn how to integrate each tool into a comprehensive treatment plan to magnify the effects of your care both in the clinic and at home.
Safer Pain Relief Summit Locations and Dates
Each Safer Pain Relief Summit will include the instruction of legacy thought-leaders in a variety of hands-on healthcare industries, including physical therapy, chiropractic occupational therapy, athletic training and massage therapy. Learn alongside these clinicians as they share their personal strategies in the evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of musculoskeletal pathologies.
- Phoenix, AZ – April 6-8
- Baltimore, MD – May 4-6
- Chicago, IL – September 14-16
- Portland, OR – October 12-14
- Dallas, TX – November 16-18
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