Schedule for 2019

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Schedule for San Diego Pain Summit 

Full week schedule of events for the 2019 San Diego Pain Summit.

Information on the venue and visiting San Diego. There is a special room rate for attendees of the conference. The rate is not available after January 20th. More into found in the link.

 

Clinical Workshops

For more information such as objectives, scheduling, & format, please click on title of workshop.

 

Feb. 19 -20Shoulder & Knee- Complex Understanding for Simple Solutions. Instructors: Adam Meakins & Erik Meira

Approved for 1.0 CEUs or 10 hrs by the California Physical Therapy Association.

This workshop is full. Get on the wait list by using the Contact form found in the footer of this page to let me know you want on the list. 

 

Feb. 19 - 20The Pain Picture - Exploring Complex Pain States. Instructor: Tim Beames

Approved for 1.0 CEUs or 10 hrs by the California Physical Therapy Association.

 This workshop is full. Get on the wait list by using the Contact form found in the footer of this page to let me know you want on the list. 

 

Feb. 21 - 22Functional Therapeutic Movement. Instructor: Ben Cormack

Approved for 1.0 CEUs or 10 hrs by the California Physical Therapy Association.

 

Feb. 21 - 22Interactive Improv on Patient Communication w/ Dr. Sandy Hilton, Mike Stewart, Alison Sim, and Dr. Keith Waldron

Win FREE tickets to the 2020 San Diego Pain Summit!

3 Winners will be chosen from the live streaming viewers and announced on Feb. 27th. The Live Stream package includes: WATCH all presentations on Feb. 23-24, PARTICIPATE in the Q&A's, WIN prizes, CHAT with other viewers, & CPTA CEU's ~ all for only $250.00 >>Workshops on Feb. 19-22 are not included<<

 

 Summit Conference

Feb. 23

(schedule may change without notice, updates posted here)

8:00am-9:30am: Registration

9:30am: Announcements

10am: Keynote Antonio Damasio, M.D., Ph.D., About the Physiology of Feeling

10:45am: Q&A

11am: Break

11:15am: Maxi Miciak,  PT, PhD, ‘Being’ Begets ‘Doing’: Establishing the Conditions Necessary for Cultivating Therapeutic Relationships

12pm: Q&A

12:15pm: Break

12:30pm: Sharna Prasad, PT, As Providers What We Say Matters...Matters A Lot

1:15pm: Q&A

1:30pm – 2:30pm: Lunch (not provided as part of your registration, there are several restaurants a short walk from venue and one located 20 steps from conference hall)

2:30pm: Prize Drawings

2:45pm: Mark Bishop, B.Phty, Ph.D., You, Them, Us: What You Expect Is What You Get

3:30pm: Q&A

3:45pm: Break

4pm: Shelly Prosko, B.Sc., PT, PYT, CPT, C-IAYT, Insight into Compassion: The Foundation of Pain Care

4:45pm: Q&A

5pm: Break

5:15pm: Karen Davis, Ph.D., Are We Ready To Translate Research Into Practice? How brain imaging studies of chronic pain is being used to develop personalized pain management treatment plans.

6pm: Q&A

6:15pm: End

 

Feb. 24

(schedule may change without notice, updates posted here)

9:30am: Announcements

10am: Tim Beames, MSc BSc (Hons) MCSP, "My experience of my body is what I say it is" - Symptomology Validated By Science

10:45am: Q&A

11am: Break

11:15am: Keith Waldron, DPT, In Pursuit of a Premise

12pm: Q&A

12:15pm: Break

12:30pm: Kathryn Schopmeyer, DPT, CPE, CSCS, I am Not a Number: understanding and improving pain assessment mandates in healthcare

1:15pm: Q&A

1:30pm - 2:30pm: Lunch (not provided as part of your registration, there are several restaurants a short walk from venue and one located 20 steps from conference hall)

2:30pm: Prize Drawings

2:45pm – 4:15pm: Pain: The Patient’s Perspective, panel moderator: Alison Sim with special guests: Dr. Bronnie Thompson, Keith Meldrum, and Kira Stoops

4:15pm: Break

4:30pm: Sandy Hilton, DPT & Mark Milligan, DPT, Cert TPS, OCS, FAAOMPT, Even Superheroes Need a Hand

5:15pm: Q&A

5:30pm: End

 

Learning Objectives for the Summit Conference

At the end of the 2 day conference (Feb. 23 & 24), attendees will be able to:

  1. Identify how the patient/clinician therapeutic relationship is formed and the importance of communication and compassion in patient care.
  2. Describe how emotions play a role in our perception of pain.
  3. Recognize how brain imaging technologies have revealed brain and peripheral nerve abnormalities and treatment effects in chronic pain conditions.
  4. Recognize the signs of burnout and identify ways to include self-care outside clinical practice.
  5. Interpret research that shows how body perception is affected by various pain states and how that information can be used in patient care.

The conference & Live Stream (Feb. 23-24) have been approved by the California Physical Therapy Association for 1.15 CEUs or 11.50 hours

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