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(CEUs) WANP Clinical Conference 2014: Pain Management in Naturopathic Practice

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Christian Dodge, ND This lecture highlights the importance of properly assessing pain etiology via accurate diagnosis to allay patient uncertainty, clarify prognosis, identify obstacles, and better target therapeutics. Objectives: Review techniques for refining diagnostic accuracy and efficiency, and also acknowledging the limitations of diagnostics in many cases of pain assessment Discussion of the multiple layers […]

Dawn Ipsen, PharmD What is a patient to do when the ‘gold standard’ for pain treatment has failed them? What happens when the side effects from a pain medication outweigh the benefit the medication was providing? What tools are in a provider’s ‘tool box’ to give this patient an improved quality of life? Compounded, transdermal […]

Letitia Dick, ND Traditional Naturopathic care of patients with acute or chronic pain will be discussed. Water fasting, constitutional hydrotherapy, classical herbal formulas and other modalities with patient cases will be reviewed. Many patients are on concomitant prescriptions for depression, insomnia, and/or anxiety. The cycle of medication usage to suppress symptoms must be broken and […]

Letitia Dick, ND Traditional Naturopathic care of patients with acute or chronic pain will be discussed. Water fasting, constitutional hydrotherapy, classical herbal formulas and other modalities with patient cases will be reviewed. Many patients are on concomitant prescriptions for depression, insomnia, and/or anxiety. The cycle of medication usage to suppress symptoms must be broken and […]

Chris Kleronomos, ARNP, DAOM The herbal lecture will review basic mechanisms for chronic pain and review the current cumulative evidence for particular herbs. It will identify appropriate clinical targets and rationale for use. The lecture will include safety and potential DDI.   Listen   Download Download PowerPoint Presentation Download MP3 *(right click the link and […]

Chris Kleronomos, ARNP, DAOM The apitherapy lecture will explore basic concepts of Apitherapy and briefly review the main products of the Hive. It will focus on the use of Bee Venom for chronic pain and the rationale for its use. It will review the current state of knowledge in respect to biochemical and physiologic mechanisms […]

Jake Felice, ND As more and more states change marijuana laws, medical cannabis is being taken seriously as a useful, safe and superior remedy for a huge variety of problems plaguing medical patients today. No other pain relieving medication is less toxic than cannabis, not even aspirin or Tylenol. This is why cannabis as medicine […]

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