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How to manage physical pain and accelerate healing

In his much-needed workshop, Dr Grahame Brown,
a leading musculoskeletal medicine consultant, shows how we can reduce this suffering by using psychological methods to control pain and speed up healing.


Persistent pain is endemic in our society. It causes tremendous suffering and often proves incapacitating. In his much-needed workshop, Dr Grahame Brown,
a leading musculoskeletal medicine consultant, shows how we can reduce this suffering by using psychological methods to control pain and speed up healing.
A key event if you work with people suffering from pain at any stage (from recent onset, recurrent to persistent). You will learn a wide variety of techniques, which can easily be integrated into your work, to help relieve pain and promote recovery – often in just one session. No prior medical knowledge is needed to enjoy and learn from the day.

http://www.humangivenscollege.com/courses/managing-pain.html


Speaker(s):

Dr Grahame Brown | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

18 September 2013 at 9:30 am

Duration:

Full Day

 

Venue:

Clifton Hill House, University of Bristol
Lower Clifton Hill
Bristol
BS8 1BX
0117 903 5190

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Organised by:

Human Givens College
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Tickets:

£192

Available from:

Human Givens College
www.humangivenscollege.com
01323 811690

Additional Information:

http://www.humangivenscollege.com/courses/managing-pain.html

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