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Presenter: Dr. Lori Montgomery MD CCFP FCFP Dr. Lydia Hatcher MD CCFP FCFP Dr. Todd Hill PhD R.Psych Lisa Diamond Burchuk OT Tory Crawford PT

Podcast: Simplifying Non-Pharmacological Treatments for Chronic Pain: Part 4 – Motivating Movement
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In this four-part series, Dr. Todd Hill, Dr. Lydia Hatcher, Dr. Lori Montgomery, and Lisa Diamond-Burchuk discuss non-pharmacological treatments for chronic non-cancer pain. The series is also available as a video. In part four, created in collaboration with Tory Crawford, Lisa Diamond-Burchuk reviews how to motivate movement in patients with chronic pain.   Learning objectives are: Develop basic concepts related to pain…

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Presenter(s):

Dr. Lori Montgomery MD CCFP FCFP Dr. Lydia Hatcher MD CCFP FCFP Dr. Todd Hill PhD R.Psych Lisa Diamond Burchuk OT Tory Crawford PT

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Presenter(s):

  • Dr. Lori Montgomery MD CCFP FCFP
  • Dr. Lydia Hatcher MD CCFP FCFP
  • Dr. Todd Hill PhD R.Psych
  • Lisa Diamond Burchuk OT
  • Tory Crawford PT

Spearkers do not have any conflicts of interest to declare.

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