Live Webcast: Calgary Pain Conference (May 7, 2018)

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Caitlin Ryan
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guest
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Caitlin Ryan
------0810: Pain Science 101 Principles, Paradigms and Some Groovy Science-----
Caitlin Ryan
Hi Samantha, we are recommending that participants use Firefox or Internet Explorer to view the webcast. If you are using Chrome you will need to click on the webcast window to view the webcast in a new tab.
Caitlin Ryan
----- 09010: Is it High-Time for Medical Cannabis? Doubee-ous Evidence or Smokin' Results -----
Caitlin Ryan
-----1030: Workshop 1: Limbic Limbo - Understanding Your Brain on Pain-----
Samantha Dunbar
For Dr. Gretton-How would you describe to a patient what it means for their brain to be on "lock down" and what first step would you suggest?
Caitlin Ryan
----- 1135: Workshop 2: Taking the Pain out of the Pain Evidence: Cases and Audience Choices -----
guest
hi. Great question. It helps to know a little about the person and what analogies are meaningful to them. I often start with getting them to recall a situation where they suddenly felt in shock eg a near miss auto accident or suddenly we’re criticized in front of others etc etc. How they felt and how they went into ‘autopilot/shock. This can happen in lesser ways as well and can become a featu
Samantha Dunbar
Thanks! If the patient has been stuck in limbic limbo, what would you suggest as a realistic first step to help them get out of it?
uofccme
------ 1330 Pain, the Brain and Your Incredible Protectometer ------
Caitlin Ryan
----- 1445 Workshop 3: Chronic Headache: An Updated Approach -----
Katie MacGregor
2 questions: would you recomnned headache diaries in PTH? bwyond NSAIDs and TCAs, are there other pharmaceuticals you would reccomend in PTH?
Tendai Dongo
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guest
If the patient has a chronic migraine phenotype yes, they are helpful. ISome patients have a very constant phenotype and for them the diary is not very helpful. For treatment, follow the chronic migraine track, and definitely include Botox.
Anonymous23742
This was a very informative Pain Education Day- the online format was very much so valued! Thank you
Monica O’Gorman
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