Integrative Techniques You Can Really Use to Treat Pain

August 10, 2011

Given the time constraints of daily office practice, what integrative techniques can you realistically use to help treat your patients with chronic pain?”

Given the time constraints of daily office practice, what integrative techniques can you realistically use to help treat your patients with chronic pain?”

In the next 8 minutes, Dr. Stefan Friedrichsdorf discusses at least 8 simple and practical techniques that you can use in your practice to help your patients deal with pain, and to prevent pain to enhance the healing process. Dr. Friedrichsdorf  is medical director of the pain and palliative care program at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. Children’s Hospital has one of  the largest and oldest pediatric Integrative Medicine programs in the country. You can find out more about the program by clicking here: http://www.childrensmn.org/Services/PainPalliativeCare/.

You can also find more about the National Pediatric Hypnosis Training Institute (which Dr. Friedrichsdorf briefly discusses) and about its annual 3-day course by clicking here: www.nphti.org.

Integrative Techniques You Can Really Use to Treat Pain