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Brain Based Approaches in the Treatment of Chronic Pain

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General CE
Pain Management Theory
1 Hour 11 Minutes
Audio and Video
Access for 60 day(s) after purchase.


This 1-hour webinar has been developed with the objective of introducing chiropractors to the latest in neuroscientific literature surrounding chronic pain for the sole purpose of improving clinical outcomes regardless of one’s practice technique. During this workshop, Dr. Klotzek will summarize and simplify the vast literature surrounding chronic pain and show you some simple things that you can implement immediately in your office to improve your results for your chronic pain patients.

Learning Objectives:

  1. To understand the clinically relevant Brain Changes in Chronic Pain

  2. To understand how these Brain Changes, affect how we apply our chiropractic techniques.

  3. Simple ways to measure the integrity of the brains pain inhibitory centers.

  4. To understand how the Anterior Cingulate changes how we approach treating chronic pain



Adam Klotzek, DC, DACNB, FACFN, FABVR, FICC's Profile

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Adam Klotzek, DC, DACNB, FACFN, FABVR, FICC is a staff clinician at Plasticity Brain Centers of Orlando, as well as a Professor of Neurology at the Carrick Institute. He holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan University along with Diplomate status in Neurology. He also holds Fellowship status in both Functional Neurology, Vestibular Rehabilitation, along with certifications in Attention Deficit Disorders, Electrodiagnostics and Sports Rehabilitation. He is an accomplished worldwide lecturer in the field of neurology and ReceptorBased neurological treatment, delivering over 700 presentations totaling over 11,000 hours, on various topics in neurology. With over 25 years of clinical experience, he has attended to over 12,000 patients, treating them for a multitude of neurological and non-neurological conditions including but not limited to: concussions, vestibular disorders, chronic and acute pain conditions, dizziness, headaches, ADD/ADHD, scoliosis, and sports-related injuries. He has special interests developing novel treatment applications, the effects of joint misalignments on brain function, and has authored a number of published medical papers.

When he’s not treating patients and teaching, he loves music, playing the guitar, fine dining, reading, personal development, and spending time with his close friends and colleagues.


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