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Stanford Back Pain Education Day 2016


Stanford Back Pain Education Day 2016 took place on Sunday, September 11, 2016 from 10 AM - 4 PM Pacific Time. The event was held at Cemex Auditorium at Stanford University. Pain and the Brain, Movement as Medicine for Back Pain, The Psychology of Pain, Sleep Your Way to Pain Relief, Medication Safety, and Cutting Edge Prodecures for Back Pain are some of the exciting topics that were covered by Stanford pain specialists and others. 

Miss the event? Watch the recording!

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  • 13:00 - The National and Global Problem of Back Pain (Sean Mackey, MD, PhD)
  • 26:02 - Pain and the Brain: Why Your Brain Matters More than Your Back! (Sean Mackey, MD, PhD)
  • 46:53 - Change Your Brain, Change Your Pain: Harnessing the Power of Your Thoughts for Pain Control (Beth Darnall, PhD)
  • 1:04:38 - Pain Treatment as a Team Sport (Heather Poupore-King, PhD)
  • 1:30:33 - Movement as Medicine for Back Pain (Corinne Cooley, DPT)
  • 1:45:27 - Opioids in Chronic Back Pain: What you need to know (Jordan Newmark, MD)
  • 3:20:22 - Technology for Back Pain: Spinal Cord Stimulation (Michael Leong, MD)
  • 3:37:45 - Meditation in Motion: A Guided Experience of Tai Chi and Yoga (Nick Karayannis, PhD, MPT, FAAOMPT)
  • 3:58:31 - Medications: What's good for back pain and how to stay safe (Ming-Chih Kao, PhD, MD)
  • 4:22:50 - Sleep Away Your Back Pain - Really! (Fiona Barwick, PhD)
  • 4:43:39 - Surprise! Food Matters When it Comes to Your Back: Nutrition for Back Pain (Heather Garza, RD)
  • 5:05:14 - Social Dimensions of Pain and Resources You Can Use (Drew Sturgeon, PhD)
  • 5:26:40 - Q&A
  • 5:50:13 - Stanford Center for Back Pain - Learn About No-Cost Treatment Research Opportunities (Sean Mackey, MD, PhD and Beth Darnall, PhD)