Although Academy members hear much about “pain psychology,” there are many questions regarding how to find them and integrate them into their practices to maximize interdisciplinarity. This symposium will demystify pain psychology, providing attendees with concrete information regarding the benefits that the discipline offers to physicians as well as patients.
Physician Perspectives on the Role and Value of Pain Psychology
W. Michael Hooten, MD
Psychologist Perspectives on the Role and Value of Pain Psychology
The Ethical Imperative to Train More Pain Psychologists
Michael Schatman, PhD
- Identify the benefits with which affiliation with pain psychologists can provide their practices.
- Employ strategies for integrating pain psychologists into their practices.
- Identify strategies for optimal reimbursement and effective communication tools to increase physician and patient buy-in.
- Practical Manual Medicine Techniques to Use in the Office for Cervicogenic Headache and Sacroiliac Pain (401)
- New Safety Considerations for Interventional Pain: Risks Associated with Cumulative use of Steroid Injections, Short and Long-Term Complications of Disc Puncture and Provocation Discography (402)
- The Power of Groups: How, Why, When, and Where to Start a Pain Psychology Group (403)
- How to Get Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals (404)
- Managing Complex Chronic Pelvic Pain: An Interdisciplinary Approach (405)