Approaching Pain Using Psychologically Informed Practice

View the live webinar recording of Approaching Pain Using Psychologically Informed Practice, presented by Jason Beneciuk, DPT, PhD on Dec. 1, 2020. Beneciuk is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Florida and Clinical Research Scientist at Brooks Rehabilitation. His webinar presentation focuses on psychologically informed practice, a secondary prevention approach that first aims to identify individuals at high risk for transitioning to chronicity and then provides tailored treatment to reduce that risk. He discusses the psychologically informed practice “pie” and emphasizes using a patient-centered approach to care through. His work takes a deeper dive into pain self-management, pain coping skills and activity-based interventions. Learn more about Beneciuk.

Table of Contents:

  • Overview of Psychologically Informed Practice
  • STarT Back Screening Tool
  • Patient-Centered Communication
  • Case example
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • OARS+ Communication Model
  • Pain Coping Skills
  • Behavioral Oriented Intervention
  • Self Management