Pain Management Student, Module I,II – Combo Discount


SKU: Pain Management - Student [Module I,II,III] - Full Tuition - Option 1 Category:


Module I

Presented by: Vance Inouye, NMD and  Xan Simonson, NMD

Pharmacology: 6 CME Credits; General: 12 CME Credits

Friday, March 23 – Sunday, March 25th, 2017

Fri – 5:00-8:00 pm
Sat – 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Sun – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

    • Start-up Information:
      • Supplies, prices of supplies
      • Solution recipes
      • Vendor information, contact and ordering information
    • Putting Regenerative Injection Therapies Into Practice
      • Practice Building
      • The Theory and Practical Applications of Trigger Point Injections, Prolotherapy, Prolozone, PRP and Stem Cell Injection Therapies
      • The Role of Nutrition in Pain Management
      • The Benefits and Limitations of RIT
      • Risks associated with RIT
    • Discussions on the various injection therapies including
      • Trigger Point therapy
      • D5W therapy/Perineural Injections
      • Prolotherapy
      • Prolozone
      • PRP
      • Autologous Stem Cell
    • Practicum: Participant injection of joints
    • Discusses “best practices” or “tricks of the trade”
    • FDA Regulations for Compounding Solutions by Brian Harrison (Vertisis Compounding)
    • Pain IV’s Mechanism of Action of Curcumin by Jose Dastas, PharmD
    • Injection Solutions by Dr. Trevor Hoffman and Dr. Cory Ostroot
      * Schedule Subject To Change

Module II 

Presented by: Dr. Vance Inouye, NMD , Dr. Trevor Hoffman, NMD and Dr. Cory Ostroot, NMD

Pharmacology: 6 CME Credits; General: 18 CME Credits

Friday, April 13th – Sunday, April 15th, 2017

Fri – 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Sat – 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Sun – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

  • Examine the foundations of deep tissue massage and the most effective use of this method
  • Discussion on role of Qi inclusive of experiential drills to facilitate experience of Qi flow
  • Discussion on how to create a new revenue stream practicing physical medicine
  • Supplements and nutrition for pain management.  A discussion on oral supplements and it’s mechanism of action relative to pain management   by: Daniel Boenning B.S., CCN
  • Investigate the use of electrical stimulation and muscle energy treatments for your practice
  • Discussion on soft tissue techniques applied in sports massage and injury prevention
  • Tennent Biomodulator by Karla Bass
  • Chondrolysis: Considerations for Therapeutic Injection Developed by Dr. Kenneth Proefrock Presented by CPM Staff (TBA)
  • Anatomy and Physiology of Fascia by: Ed Traum, DC
  • A Dietary Approach to Pain by Guillermo Ruiz
  • Using Cryo Preserved Stem Cells for RIT
    * Schedule Subject To Change