|Nutrition and Pain Management Educational Opportunities | Integrative Pain Management|
Diet and nutrition are often overlooked as a first-line tool for pain relief and yet, there is evidence that specific nutrients and foods can influence pain. It's important for all pain clinicians to learn as much as they can about how food can be used as a pain management intervention. We offer many resources for continuing education about nutrition and pain management including:
CME activities in our Pain Care Learning Center, many of which are free for Academy members, and for a nominal fee for non-members:
The only program of its kind! Prove your knowledge about how food, diet and supplements can help manage pain. Diet and nutrition are often overlooked as a first-line tool for pain relief and yet, there is evidence that specific nutrients and foods can influence pain. Taking place on Day 2 of our Global Pain Clinician Summit 2018 in Boston on November 9-10, 2018, this course will present research and case studies about how food can be used as a pain management intervention, including the evidence behind an anti-inflammatory diet and elimination diet; and omega-3 and herbal supplements for common pain conditions will also be covered, including: fibromyalgia, migraine/headache, chronic low back pain. It will also teach clinicians how to approach this sensitive topic with patients. By successfully completing a post-test after the Summit, you will earn a certificate attesting to your mastery of the content of this innovative program. But space in this program is limited this year! Learn more here.
Read this edition of our magazine, The Pain Practitioner, on your computer, mobile phone or tablet for the latest on nonpharmacologic treatment for pain, including nutrition: