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Central Sensitization N=1

Central Sensitization N=1

Central Sensitization N=1

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This is the first in a three-lecture series that Carolyn Vandyken did as the Keynote speaker for the National Conference on Incontinence in Australia in October 2020.  These lectures were delivered in pre-recorded fashion because of the COVID-19 pandemic; the Continence Foundation of Australia has graciously given us permission to re-air these lectures on Embodia Academy.
 

Overview of this Free Online Course

 
In 2021, we know that persistent pain is a complex problem but it doesn't have to be complicated.  We need a systematic way to identify and address sensitization so that the profile of each patient can be individually managed effectively.  Based on Dr. Sajid's primary care article titled RELIEF: A Practical Primary Care Approach to Chronic Pain, Carolyn reviews the key parameters of assessing and treating persistent musculoskeletal pain.  This includes:
 
R= Rule out Red flags
E= Educate about pain early on
L= Limit Imaging
I= Introduce Goals
E= Exercise and Movement
F= (F)Pharmacology
 
Join her as she highlights this simple yet effective approach to persistent pain.
 
The instructors
Carolyn Vandyken
BHSc (PT)

Carolyn has practiced in orthopaedics and pelvic health for the past 33 years.She is a McKenzie Credentialed physiotherapist (1999), certified in acupuncture (2002), and obtained a certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in 2017.

Carolyn received the YWCA Woman of Distinction award (2004) and the OPA Distinguished Education Award (2015). She has been heavily involved in post-graduate pelvic health education, research in lumbopelvic pain, speaking at numerous international conferences and writing books and chapters for the past twelve years in pelvic health, orthopaedics and pain science.

Her passion is to break down the silos that we live in as clinicians.

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