Psychological Interventions for Pain Management #330

Online, On-Demand Continuing Education Courses

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Inflammatory responses in the nervous system plays a key role in the development and persistence of many pathological pain states. Research literature indicates that psycho social interventions may have significant effects on pain. For example, the relaxation response immediately alters gene expression tied to inflammation which in turn may reduce the individual's pain response.

Meets 1 hour of pain criteria

CECH: 
1.00
Category: 
Clinical
Ethics, Pain Management, and Human Trafficking
Substance Use Specific