PABC Lecture: 7 Pain Discoveries that will Change your Life

April 29, 2019 from 7:00-8:00pm PST in Vancouver

Join us for an evening lecture to discuss recent discoveries in the field of pain neuroscience that have the potential to change how practitioners treat patients with pain. 

Dr. Tasha Stanton will provide:

  • A contemporary view of the role and function of pain with emphasis on examples that can be used clinically to convey difficult or challenging concepts to patients
  • Guidance on suggested treatment strategies for people with persistent pain
  • Evidence supporting the use of pain education as an integral part of multidisciplinary treatment
Tasha Stanton

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