Basic Pain Science

Number of CEs

8

Course Type

Live

NY Sponsorship

No

Please select this course’s difficulty level

Intermediate

Category

267

Multiple amounts of CEs

This course is only taught in one format for its full value of Ces

Course Description

Students will discuss the biomechanics of pain- what causes it, why do we feel it, where does it come form and how can we help it.

Learning Objectives

1.) Students will be able to describe what causes pain.
2.) Students will be able to explain why pain exists.
3.) Students will be able to identify theories surrounding pain.
4.) Students will be able to identify pain aiding techniques.
5.) Students will be able to explain that cause pain.
6.) Students will be able to identify structures responsible for transmitting pain.
7.) Students will recognize techniques that aid in hot and colds ability to aid pain relief.
8.) Students will recognize substances that may interfere in pain signals.

Learning Outcomes

1.) Students will be demonstrate proficiency in explaining what causes pain.
2.) Students will demonstrate how to explain why pain exists.
3.) Students will demonstrate proficiency in theories surrounding pain.
4.) Students will demonstrate pain aiding techniques.
5.) Students will demonstrate proficiency in listing pathologies that cause pain.
6.) Students will demonstrate proficiency in describing structures responsible for transmitting pain.
7.) Students will demonstrate use of hot and colds for pain relief.
8.) Students will demonstrate how substances interfere in pain signals.

Course Outline

9:00am-9:50am Introductions, Participation Waivers, Where do we see pain with our clients? What do we currently identify as the causes? Why do we feel pain? Why does pain exist?
9:50am-10am Break
10:00am-10:50am Structures that detect and interpret pain
10:50am-11:00am Break
11:00am-11:50am Theories on how pain travels
11:50am-12:00pm Break
12:00-1:00pm Pathologies involving pain
1:00pm- 2:00pm Lunch Break
2:00pm-2:50pm Substances that increase/ interfere with pain signals.
2:50-pm-3:00pm Break
3:00pm-3:50pm Hot & Cold applications for pain relief. How does it work? How can it help? Why is one better than the other?
3:50pm-4:00pm Break
4:00pm-4:50pm Adapting your massage when the client is in pain. Techniques for pain relief.
4:50pm-5pm Break
5:00pm-pm Psychological relations to pain. Who and when should we refer out. Review. Answer questions. Evaluations. Hand out certificates.

Will students be given course material when they attend each course?

Yes

Will students receive a syllabus before each course, explaining the information that will be taught?

Yes

How will each student be evaluated?

  • Observation

  • Resolution of problem presentation

Live Courses/Webinars

  • Lecture

  • Class participation

Course Fee

$25.00