Why do some people have long-term chronic pain while others don’t? What are the factors that contribute to a body and brain that are more likely to experience pain? Join Dr. Kachko as he discusses the factors involved in pain chronification as well as actionable changes that you can help your patients make to feel better, sooner.
What you’ll learn:
– The role of hyper-vigilance, catastrophizing, and self-efficacy in chronic pain outcomes
– Key psychosocial determinants of chronic pain including relevant genomics
– The role of nutrition, inflammation, and oxidative stress in chronic pain
– Tools to incorporate into your practice tomorrow to augment physical medicine modalities already employed