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Describe the prevalence, causes, and shared vulnerability/mutual maintenance of co-occurring chronic pain conditions and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) among military personnel.
Illustrate how members of an interdisciplinary team interact synergistically to enhance the rehabilitation process for patients with co-occurring CRPS and PTSD.
Discuss a variety of methods used to relieve co-occurring CPRS and PTSD, and discuss the merits of their use alone or in combination.
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I learned a great deal as a result of this course.
The content related to the objectives.
The course provided practical suggestions I can apply to my practice.
The faculty was knowledgeable and articulate.
The methods and format were appropriate and effective.
As a result of this program, I plan to make changes to my practice.
Financial relationships were disclosed by speakers.
Any off-label or investigational uses were disclosed.
The program was free from commericial bias.