San Diego Pain Summit

Moved Online- SD Virtual Pain Summit #virtualsdps21

February 19-21, 2021 Pacific Standard Time (PST)

Keynotes: Dr. John Launer and Dr. Melanie Noel

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Multidisciplinary Clinical Pain Management Conference

🔔 View schedule SD Virtual Pain Summit 2021

Pain Science Education

Keep up with the latest discoveries and applications in pain management and science.

Evidence Based Practice

Integrate credible frameworks into your practice for better patient outcomes.

Build Relationships

Connect with practitioners and educators from around the world.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "We have heard a lot of really good comments about the San Diego Pain Summit. Made me wish I was there. In relation to a conference, the comments are quite novel  – good vibe, full of deep thinking, unassuming and respectful people – people who really want to make a difference." - David Butler, Neuro Orthopaedic Institute (NOI)

Register for Feb. 19-21, $239

 

SD Virtual Pain Summit 2021

#virtualsdps21

February 19-21, 2020

Exclusive registration to allow for full participation - 150 "seats"

Current available 'seats' - 114

Scroll down page for list of presenters

$239

Register for the 2021 SD Virtual Pain Summit

Limited discounts for pain patients (non-clinicians) and students - $75 Claim your discount

Approved by the California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA) for 17.50 hours or 1.75 CEUs

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "A must- attend conference for any clinician that helps people in a pain. Not only a stunning line up of industry leaders in evidence-based pain management, but networking and community building activities that will enable you to return to your clinic with new knowledge, tools and contacts to do the best for people recovering from the burden of persisting pain." - Lissanthea Taylor, physical therapist

Improve Quality of Life 

Human beings are occupational centered beings - meaning routine daily activities give people a sense of purpose. When experiencing injury and/or pain, this sense of purpose is disrupted, leading to anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and general loss of quality of life.

The San Diego Pain Summit is committed to helping clinicians learn how to work with their patients from a patient-centered perspective that is often lacking in healthcare. 

The San Diego Pain Summit conferences and workshops adhere to the guidelines set by the International Association for the Study of Pain's Curriculum Outline On Pain For Physical Therapy.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "This conference showed me that personhood and relationship are key in healing professions, education, and in the experience of the patient with pain. The experts who presented clearly communicated the complexity of pain but also provide a more complete and integrated approach to help lessen the personal, social, and economic burdens that often come with it." Marianne Kane, RN, personal trainer

The 2021 SD Virtual Pain Summit will be unlike any virtual conference you have attended!

Think of this event more like a 'backstage conference'.

What you can expect:

  •  Access to all presentations eight days in advance to watch at your leisure, starting on Feb. 11th
  • During conference weekend join each presenter for a 45 min Q&A/discussion about their presentation
  • Have indefinite access to all recorded presentations
  • Discussion sessions will not be recorded
  • Approved for continuing education by the California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA)
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Expert Pain Education Clinicians and Researchers 

Pacific Standard Time (PST) 

Meet the presenters for the 2021 SD Virtual Pain Summit. 

Review the full list of presentation titles, synopses, and speaker biographies.

Dr. John Launer

Keynote Dr. John Launer

"Conversations Inviting Change: Narrative-Based Practice in Health Care"

Dr. Melanie Noel

Keynote Dr. Melanie Noel

"Trauma and Pain: An Intergenerational Problem"

Dr. Biafra Ahanonu

Dr. Biafra Ahanonu

"Illuminating Neural Circuit Dynamics Of Pain Processing With In Vivo Imaging & Computational Techniques"

Michael Amato

Michael Amato

"Pain and Attention: Focusing on the Lived Body"

Linda Crawford

"Do, Feel, Think--Humanizing the Pain Experience: An Occupational Therapy Perspective"

Dr. Blaise Doran

Dr. Blaise Doran

"Managing Persistent Pain In Young People: Assembling The Physical, Psychological, Social Through The Philosophical"

Amy Eicher

Amy Eicher

"A Tale Of Two Stories, Our Needs & Their Needs: The Power Of Words & How We Affect Conditions For Healing In Chronic Pain Patients"

Sheren Gaulbert

Sheren Gaulbert

"What Is Really Being Communicated? Recognising Incongruencies In Clinical Interactions"

Dr. Nathan Hutting

Dr. Nathan Hutting

"DIY: Self-Management Support"

Paul McCambridge

Paul McCambridge

"Implementation Of Clinical Guidelines - The Big Problem"

Richard McIlmoyle

Dr. Richard McIlmoyle

"Stop searching for the Sasquatch"

Annie O'Conner

Annie O'Conner

"Pain Is Complex But It Doesn't Have To Be Complicated"

Jackie Walumbe

Jackie Walumbe

“Just get on with it”- An Exploration Of The Ideological, Interventional And Experiential Meanings Of Self-Management Of Chronic Pain"

Dr. Rachel Zoffness

Dr. Rachel Zoffness

"CBT for Chronic Pain: Bridging the Gap between Medicine & Psychology"

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Clinical Pain and Treatment Discussion Breakout Sessions

Meet the clinicians leading one hour breakout sessions for interactive, in-depth discussions on featured topics.

Trevor Barker

Trevor Barker

Your SIM Bin, understanding and using DIM/SIM therapy to help your clients engage with self management.

What Is DIM/SIM?

 

Grainne Daniels

Through the looking glass- imagine a world where clinicians treat the patient, not the condition

 

Mari Hodges

Mari Hodges

Mindful movement breaks between sessions using the Alexander Technique

Laura Rathbone

Laura Rathbone

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT): Truth or Dare

 

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