Registration Fees: $475 PT, PTA $237.50 student
How to Register: Call 866-235-4289 or visit www.ispinstitute.com
This class is designed to update attendees on the latest evidence and clinical application of therapeutic neuroscience education (TNE) for patients in pain.
Current best evidence has shown that educational strategies utilizing neurobiology and neurophysiology are able to reduce pain, increase function, reduce fear, improve movement and change brain activation during pain experiences. TNE changes patient beliefs regarding their pain, thus reducing the threat of pain.
This class will discuss the evolution of TNE, why it is needed in patient care and the clinical application of TNE for patients with acute, sub-acute and chronic pain. Special features include various metaphors, images, examples and case studies explaining neuroscience to patients. In addition, the class will cover clinical issues such as compliance, pacing exercise and activity, incorporation of TNE with traditional movement based therapy, billing and insurance reimbursement concerns and delivering TNE in busy clinical environments.
This class is a must for all professionals dealing with patients in pain.
Louie Puentadura PT, DPT, PhD, OCS, GDMT, CSMT received his physical therapy degree and completed a Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy in Melbourne, Australia. He has been involved in orthopedic manual therapy for over 33 years and has lectured and presented seminars on the various approaches to manipulative therapy. He is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Nevada Las Vegas entry-level DPT program. He completed his post-professional DPT at Northern Arizona University. In addition, he earned a Ph.D. in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He is a board certified specialist in orthopedic physical therapy, a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists and is an ISPI Certified Spinal Manual Therapist. Louie has been published extensively regarding research on spinal manipulation as well as on neuroscience education.
15.0 contact hours or 1.5 CEUs