Casting a Wider Net: Using Focused Acceptance & Commitment Therapy in Primary Care
Common movement disorders include ParkinsonÕs disease, atypical parkinsonian syndromes, cervical dystonia, and focal dystopias. Each of these can be associated with acute and chronic pain. This course will provide background information regarding pain in movement disorders and provide insight into evaluation and treatment. Of special importance, we will highlight the prevalence of nonmotor symptoms in movement disorders so they can be assessed and addressed as a standardized approach to patient care.