Pain Management: Physical and Cognitive Approaches to Pain Management

This program examines the patient's pain experiences and shows how these experiences impact the caregiver's pain management strategies. In addition, complimentary treatment modalities commonly used in comprehensive pain management programs are examined. Complimentary pain treatment refers to the use of non-pharmacological treatments for relieving or reducing pain.


fter completing this course, you should be able to:

1. Define the term "complementary medicine.
2. Differentiate between invasive and non-invasive non-pharmacological approaches to pain management.
3. Discuss the appropriate uses of heat and cold in pain management.
4. Describe how TENS can reduce the patients sensation of pain.
5. Differentiate between massage and vibration techniques for pain management.
6. List and describe the two categories of cognitive-behavioral therapies utilized in pain management.
Price: $299.00 USD

Product ID: CLP239
Media: DVD
Year: 2015
Duration: 20:00 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Pain Management
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