Therapeutic Pain Specialist (TPS) Certification

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This multidisciplinary specialty certification will equip health care providers with evidence-based therapeutic approaches to treat the millions of patients who suffer with persistent pain and place these providers in a key position to combat the opioid epidemic.

The Therapeutic Pain Specialist certification curriculum covers treatments such as pain neuroscience education, graded motor imagery, pacing, graded exposure and more. TPS is an interdisciplinary pain certification, open to various health care providers, including physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapists, occupational therapist assistants, medical doctors, doctors of osteopathy, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, psychologists and others.

The six-month certification is designed for working professionals who want to advance their career and improve patient outcomes, but who need flexibility to work around their professional and personal responsibilities.

 

Scott Newberry
Therapeutic Pain Specialist (TPS) Graduate

 

 

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