Cognitive Based Therapies In Physical Therapy To Treat Chronic Pain

District 4 Virtual Meeting - All members are welcome to attend for FREE
Non-Member there is a minimal fee of $15.
June 21 at 6 PM

Presenter: Dustin Cox, DPT, PT, LSVT, CLT and Ph.D candidate

Lecture Topic: According to the Centers for Disease Control, 20.4% of the population had chronic pain in the United States in 2019. The APTA launched a campaign called #ChoosePT to recommend that clients who have chronic pain ask for services from Physical Therapy. Research is showing that cognitive based strategies are an effective way to increase the functional abilities and outcomes in clients that have chronic pain. This lecture will focus on the background of cognitive based therapies, client outcomes with these strategies, and future direction that the field of Physical Therapy could take with these strategies.

Bio: Dustin Cox, DPT, PT, LSVT, CLT and Ph.D candidate at Northern Illinois University. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biology at Evangel University and his clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Southwest Baptist University and began practicing clinically in 2011. Dr. Cox is currently attending Northern Illinois University to earn his research doctorate. Dr. Cox has worked in a variety of settings since starting practice in 2011. His practice areas have been in geriatrics and his research focuses on pain management and health care programming.

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