Welcome to Pain Care for Primary Care
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Why Attend Pain Care for Primary Care?
- To improve care for your patients with pain and pain-related symptoms
- To query our panel of experts on your most difficult clinical challenges regarding pain care
- To network with a national audience of your peers who are treating patients with pain and pain-related symptoms
- To earn 18.5 CME/CE credits in the area of treating patients who present with pain and pain-related symptoms
- To participate in Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practices, Changing Lives (Collaboration for REMS Education)
Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practices & Guidelines
Special Populations: The Inherited Patient, the Female Patient and the Patient with a History of Substance Use Disorder
Treating Common Low Back Problems
Diagnosis and Assessment
Debate: Should We Be Prescribing Opioids for Pain Management?
Psychological and Behavioral Approaches to Pain
Diagnosis and Treatment of Neuropathic Pain
The Role of Naloxone
Unexpected Urine Drug Test Result
Managing Pain with the Help of a Physical Therapist
Headache & Migraines
Medical Marijuana: Clinical Practice Guidelines and Regulations
Non–Opioid Analgesics and Adjuvants