A COLLABORATION WITH CHILLICOTHE VA MEDICAL CENTER
In 2014, 2,482 individuals in Ohio died from unintentional opioid-related overdose. Unintentional opioid overdose has become one of the leading causes of injury-related death in Ohio over the past decade. This education is designed to help healthcare providers better serve their patients with pain, while reducing the potential for overdose and death. Subject Matter Experts will be providing demonstrations of their techiniques.
Learing Objectives: At the completion of the program, you will be able to:
- Discuss new state guidelines for the safe, appropriate, and effective treatment optiosn for managing pain.
- Develop solid care team relationships to provide individualized civilian/veteran treatment plans.
- Identify alternative treatment options and social support resources.
- Recognize the effectiveness of non-pharmacological treatment options for controlling pain.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Prescribers of pain medication and pain treatment caregivers. Primarily: Anesthesiology/Pain, Emergency Department, Urgent Care, Family Physicians, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Surgeons, Internists, Hospitalists, Advanced Practice Providers, Physician Assistants, Chiropractors, Nurses, OT/PT/KT rehab therapists, Residents an clinical students.
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New Pain Legislation and Integrated Care Team Approach
John Gabis, MD, Ross Co. Coroner
* Discuss recent Ohio legislation changes in regards to multidisciplinary management of acute pain and use of opioid medications.
* Contribute to developing a solid care team relationship for comprehensive pain management.
* Recognize the importance of patient/caregiver communication in planning treatment and identifying support resources.
Clifton Brown, PT, DPT
* Identify the benefits of different approaches in physical therapy including manual therapy and dry needling fo rmusculoskeletal pathology.
* Identify the benefits of active exercise and postural education to help decrease pain and improve musculoskeletal dysfunction.
DEMONSTRATION: Trigger Point Dry Needling
Comparing Civilian/Veteran Pain Management and Osteopathic Manipulation
David W. Towle, DO
* Discuss the similarities and contrasts between civilian and veteran treatment plans of care and social support systems.
* Explain Osteopathic manipulation techniques.
DEMONSTRATION: Osteopathic Manipulation
Cognitive Pain Therapy
Susan Young, PhD
* Introduce the concept of cognitive pain therapy.
* Identify patients appropriate for cognitive pain therapy and provide proper referal.
DEMONSTRATION: Mindfulness and Meditation
Complementary Pain Treatment
John Welch, DC, DAAPM
* Discuss the utilization of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Modalities.
* Properly educate patients to the utilization of CAM Modalities.
* Identify patients appropriate for complementary therapies, provider proper referal, and integrate CAM into treatment planning.
DEMONSTRATION: Battlefield Acupuncture
There are no conflicts of interest to disclose by planners, speakers, or CME committee members.
Adena Health System is accredited by the Ohio State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Adena Health System designates this live activity for a maximum of 3.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM. Participants should claim only the credit commensurate with the extend of their participation in the activity.
Adena Health System is approved as an accredited CME sponsor by the American Osteopathic Association. This program is approved for 3.75 hours of AOA Category 2-A credits.
This live activity, Chronic Pain: Management Alternatives, with a beginning date of September 24, 2016, has been reviewed an approved for up to 3 Prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
The Ohio State Chiropractic Board designates this CE for 3.75 DC category credits.
The Ohio Board of Nursing accepts AMA PRA Category 1 creditsTM for the purpose of re-licensure.
This program has been approved for a maximum of 3.75 hours of Certified Athletic Trainers Category A continuing education through BOC Approved Provider #P8095.
Adena Health System is approved to offer 3.75 OPTA #16S1618 and has applied for OT PTAT CEU hours. Review pending.