Dr. Dan Rhon is a clinician, active researcher, and assistant professor at Baylor University in Texas. He received an MPT and DSc through Baylor University, and then a DPT through Temple University. He attended a manual therapy clinical fellowship at Brooke Army Medical Center in Texas, is a fellow in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT), and an orthopaedic clinical specialist (OCS). He completed a postdoc research fellowship through the University of Utah and has a strong research interest in the effectiveness of clinical care pathways for musculoskeletal disease, both at primary and specialty care levels, and the intersection of these two. He is a past recipient of the Rose Excellence in Research Award from the Orthopaedic Section of the APTA and the COL Mary Lipscomb Hamerick Lifetime Research Award.
|5:00pm-5:40pm||Chapter 1: Opioids Use for Pain Management in the Health System|
|5:40pm-6:00pm||Chapter 2: A Refresher on Pain|
|6:00pm-6:20pm||Chapter 3: Opioids Mechanisms|
|6:30pm-7:00pm||Chapter 4: The Down-side: Adverse Effects and Associated Comorbidities?|
|7:00pm-7:30pm||Chapter 5: The Role of Non-Physician Providers in Managing Pain|
|7:30pm-7:35pm||Chapter 6: Closing Summary|
|7:40pm-8:15pm||Question and Answer|