The clinician will learn the central and required conceptual elements of modernization in pain rehabilitation. The clinician will also learn a modern approach to the treatment of people with pain that they can immediately apply in their clinical practice. This strategy reinforces and enhances the interventions they already use.
- The 4 prerequisites for modernization
- International Olympic Committee consensus statement on pain management
- The major problem of chronic musculoskeletal pain
- Who am Lars Avemarie?
- The future of pain rehabilitation
- There is no pathological or anatomical cause for most LBP
- The biomedical model and the apparatus error model
- The “find it and fix it” mindset
- Pain is a multidimensional experience produced by multiple influences
- Lose the toolbox
- Pain management should accept plausibility, uncertainty and complexity
- IASP Task Force on Pain Taxonomy
- Fundamental problems in pain management
- Lack of education about pain
- Failures in 21st century medicine
- The Beginner’s Guide To Evidence-Based Practice
- Typical errors in clinical reasoning
- The communicative therapeutic effort
- Key points for the modernization of pain rehabilitation
- Shopping list approach to “updated” care
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