7th Annual Conference – A Thoughtful Approach to Pain Management

Ending the Opioid Crisis Starts Now

This is a must-attend event for everyone committed to ending the opioid crisis, improving pain management and providing better access to addiction treatment – health systems, clinicians and providers, and community leaders.
Together we will spark transformation for lasting change.

May 17 – 19, 2018

Hilton Eugene | Eugene, Oregon

Opioids, Pain & Addiction Treatment

Pioneering Change

 – Details and invitation to follow –

For more information about this conference, contact
Elizabeth White, MPA, Project Manager, Oregon Coalition for the
Responsible Use of Meds (OrCRM), a service of Lines for Life

503.244.5211 or elizabethw@linesforlife.org

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New Pathways

What: A Pain and Education Group available to all at Siskiyou Community Health Center
Where: Siskiyou Community Health Center
Contact: Michelle Marikos (541) 944-7110
michelle@painadvisors.com

Living Well With Chronic Pain Self Management Program

What: 6 week workshop. Meets once per week for 2 ½ hours. Stanford University program led by two trained facilitators. Participants learn skills to improve quality of life and increase self-efficacy in managing chronic pain symptoms.
Where: Workshops offered in community settings in Jackson and Josephine Counties.
Contact: Register for next available start date – Call 541-864-9611 or email livingwell@rvcog.org

BREAKING FREE of Chronic Pain

This unique six-week chronic pain self-management program is adaptable to accommodate patient’s limitations.

  • Provides an overview of the pain system and that pain is changeable by winding down the nervous system.
  • Tools and techniques for managing chronic pain, depression and anxiety including gentle movement, mindfulness and deep relaxation.
  • Discusses the impact of lifestyle, stress and diet on pain levels.
  • Explains the importance of the mind body connection and its role in the pain cycle.
  • Teaches techniques for maintaining energy levels and managing pain symptoms.
  • Empowers participants to reclaim responsibility for their well-being.

For more information, call (541) 210-1952

Or visit www.breakingfreeofchronicpain.com

Oregon Pain Guidance Group

What: Group of healthcare professionals and community partners promoting best practices for managing complex, chronic, non-cancer pain.
When: Meets monthly on third Wednesday 6-8 PM.  CME available for a small fee.
Where: Smullin Center – room 108, Medford and at Three Rivers Hospital, Grants Pass
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