Welcome to Pain Care for Primary Care
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)
Common Pain Problems in Primary Care
- Back Pain
- Headaches & Migraines
TelePain Medicine from the Primary Care Perspective
Medical Marijuana, Clinical Practice Guidelines
Cancer Related Pain – What is the Primary Care Physician to Do?
Debate: Should We Be Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain Management?
CRPS Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Special Populations: The Inherited Patient, the Female Patient and the Patient with a History of Substance Abuse Disorder
Psychological and Behavioral Approaches to Chronic Pain
Update on Non-Opioid Analgesics and Adjuvants
Interventional Approaches for Pain
Primary Care Approaches to the Unexpected Urine Drug Test Result
The Role of Naloxone
Comorbidities in Pain Medicine