Know Pain Webinar Recording 

Guest presenter Debbie Patterson

Presented on March 29, 2022

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Learn strategies that you can start using right away to decrease your pain.

25% of people live with persistent pain.

Many people don't realize that persistent pain is a result of neuroplastic changes to the brain and that we can change our brain's structure and function to recover.

In Know Pain, registered physiotherapist and teacher, Debbie Patterson, explains key concepts of pain science, with an emphasis on Neuroplasticity and will explain how to begin to rewire your brain to produce less pain. All persistent pain is caused by the brain (not the mind, the brain) and all types of persistent pain are reversible with neuroplastic strategies.  Debbie discusses how.

Who is this video recording for?

The recording of this webinar is for anyone who lives with persistent pain, any type, any duration and any severity.

This recording is 1 hour 50 minutes in length:

  • 5 minutes of introductions
  • 55 minute presentation
  • 50 minutes of Q&A 

Also included:

  • A downloadable copy of Debbie's presentation slides in pdf format;
  • A video recording available indefinitely through Dr. Stein’s website;
  • A downloadable audio-only version of the video recording;
  • Numerous downloadable documents from Debbie for future reading including:
    Body and Brain Going Negative
    Changing Beliefs About Pain
    Debbie's Recommended Resource List of Videos and Books
    The Top-12-Brain-Boosting-Foods
    What Chronic Pain Does To Your Brain

After you purchase the recording, you will be sent an email with instructions on how to access the live event and another email after the event with a link to the replay page with the video and downloadable documents. Please keep both these emails handy so you can access the material when you wish.

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About the presenter:

Debbie Patterson

Debbie Patterson is a registered physiotherapist in good standing in the provinces of Ontario and Alberta. She is a founding member of the Pain Science Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Her clinical practice is directed at treating people whose lives are affected by persistent and complex pain. She has worked within the Biopsychosocial model of pain for over 35 years.

She sees herself as a physiotherapy coach to help patients relieve suffering, pain and distress and improve their function and quality of life. Debbie has used Virtual Telerehab to assess and treat patients for over 12 years.

She is a trained and certified Progressive Goal Attainment Programme (PGAP) clinician and is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia, and Motivational Interviewing.

Debbie also has a passion for teaching health care providers about the Biopsychosocial Model of Pain. She has taught courses in pain science, sleep and fibromyalgia. She provides live and recorded webinars with Embodia and Reframe Rehab. 

Dr Neil Nathan