Research shows that chronic pain can have a major impact on the day-to-day lives of children and teens. Parents often struggle with how best to support their child or teen to function, despite ongoing pain. Children and teens with chronic pain and their families often feel alone and misunderstood.
This interactive webinar will provide guidelines for parents for helping their child or teen return to living a healthy life. These guidelines stem from research and the experiences of families living with chronic pain.
Dr. Gallagher draws on her 13 years of experience in palliative care to share with us how pain affects older adults with and without cognitive impairments with tips for assisting them in managing their pain.
Fibromyalgia can be a confusing condition for both sufferers and healthcare professionals. There seem to be theories about it's cause and treatments that pop up daily.
Pulling from her 25 years of experience studying fibromyalgia, Connie Luedtke will aim to dispel some of the myths about fibromyalgia and give us up-to-date information on its diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. Amy Wachholtz walks us through current research that shows how spirituality of various types works as a coping mechanism to support healthier living with chronic pain.
Dr. Janet Jull will take participants through benefits of shared decision making and how it can help with chronic pain management and better communication with health professionals.
Chronic Pain Webinar Recordings
This channel contains all the recordings of our Chronic Pain Related webinars. This does not include our Yoga for People in Pain Series, which you can view here: vimeo.com/channels/467432