Access to this course is for 30 Days
- 4 pre-reading articles
- Video presentation
In this course we will cover ....
- The definition of pain.
- Nociception and the protective mechanism normal resting state.
- Nocifensive behaviour.
- The transition of acute to persistent pain.
- Two take home applications.
By the end of this module, you will be able to:
- Understand the definition for the pain experience.
- List factors involved with nociception.
- Understand the normal resting state of the protective mechanism.
- Describe factors involved with Nocifensive behaviour.
- List and describe factors involved with sensitisation of the protective mechanism.
- List the factors that may contribute in the transition of acute to persistent pain
- Be able to apply 2 take home clinical applications.
Approx. 3.5 hours
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