Share Your Story Contest
Fill out this form to be entered to win one of the entire yearly (2015, 2016, or 2017) Summit presentations! Enter as many times as you like. Scroll to bottom of page to see what presentations are in each year.
One entry will be drawn bi-weekly on the following dates: June 17th, July 1st, July 15th, July 29th, Aug. 12th, Aug. 26th, & Sept. 9th. Entries that don't win are carried over into following week drawings.
For info about each year Summit set:
2015 Consists of the following presentations:
~ Crossing The Chasm: Integrating Pain Science And Finding Your Way by Jason Silvernail, DPT, DSc, CSCS, FAAOMPT
~ Multi-Model Approach To Chronic Pain In An HMO Environment by Kara Barnett, MPT, OCS
~ Novel Movement Opportunities Using The Edgework Approach by Cory Blickenstaff, PT, MS, OCS
~ The M.I.P. Algorithm: A Clinically Applicable Bio-Psycho-Social Model For Motor Control by Joe Brence, DPT, FAAOMPT, COMT, DAC
~ Simple Contact: Role Of Instinct To Self Correct by Barrett Dorko, PT
~ Neurodynamics From The Top Down by John Ware, PT
~ Making Connections: Manual Therapy For The Nervous System In Pain by Diane Jacobs, PT
~ Stories From The Clinic: What I Wished I Had Known About Pain Science When I Started Out by Ravensara Travillian, Ph.D.
~ Making Progress In The Face Of Uncertain Pain by Eric Kruger, DPT
~ Yoga Therapy As A Vehicle For Pain Science Education by Neil Pearson, MSc, BScPT, BA-BPHE, CYT, RYT500
2016 Consists of the following presentations:
~ Keynote Dr. Robert Sapolsky didn't allow the distribution of his 1 hr presentation, but the 30 min Q&A is included in this video series.
~ Placebo and Nocebo: Different Contexts, Different Pains by Fabrizio Benedetti, Ph.D.
~ Cognitive Behavioral Therapy In A Manual Therapy Setting by Alison Sim
~ The Professionalization of Massage Therapy through Integration with Pain Science by Ravensara Travillian, Ph.D.
~ Willingness To Have Pain and Commitment To Valued Living In Chronic Pain by Kevin Vowles, Ph.D.
~ Getting From "Perhaps" To "Yes": Motivation, Confidence And Communication by Bronnie Lennox Thompson, Ph.D.
~ Clinical Application of the Pain Paradigm: Challenging the Challenge by Michael Shacklock, DipPhysio, MAppSc, FACP
~ Practical Pain Science in the Clinic by Sandy Hilton, DPT, MSc
~ Insights On Movement From A Feldenkrais Perspective by Todd Hargrove
2017 Consists of the following presentations:
~ A Paradigm Shift In Understanding and Treating Back Pain by Keynote: Peter O'Sullivan, Dip Physio, Post Grad Dip Manip Ther, PhD, FACP, APAM
~ Making Sense Out of Exercise and Pain: A Science-Based Approach To Program Design by Roderick Henderson, PT, ScD, OCS, CSCS
~ Birth and Death Of the Pain Engram by Melissa Farmer, Ph.D.
~ Psychosocial Influences on Pain and Its Treatment | Panel Discussion Chaired by Dr. Jeffrey Mogil with Dr. Christopher Moyer, Dr. Beth Darnall, & Dr. Leonie Koban
~ Pain in Mice and Man: Ironic Adventures in Translation by Jeffrey Mogil, Ph.D.
~ Stepping Away From Exercise and Towards Movement by Ben Cormack
~ A Tree Falls in a Forest: Improving Pain Science Communication to Patients and Peers by Jonathan Fass, PT, DPT, CSCS
~ Clinicians Get Creative by Bronnie Lennox Thompson, Ph.D.
~ Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: The Missing Link in Persistent LBP? by Carolyn Vandyken, BHSc (PT), Cred MDT, CCMA
~ Collaboration Forum: Facilitating Professional Dialogue | Round Table Discussion moderated by Dr. Karen Litzy with Dr. Jason Silvernail, Nick Tumminello, Dr. Jonathan Fass, & Ben Cormack
~ Research by Ruth Werner (Unfortunately this video had tech issues and is not avalaible for viewing)