ON-DEMAND CLINICAL TRAINING: How ACT Can be Used to Treat Chronic Pain
How To Use Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to Treat Chronic Pain
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Dr. Joe Tatta
Integrative Pain Science Institute
Discover how to help your patients drop the struggle with chronic pain, reduce fear and anxiety, and reclaim a full and active life.
Chronic pain affects over 100 million Americans. That is more than heart disease, diabetes, and cancer combined. It also consistently ranks as the number one reason patients seek care. Patients are suffering and they’re hungry for safe and effective solutions that get them to true root cause resolution.
The effective treatment of pain requires a multimodal approach. There is a growing body of scientific evidence that shows a biomechanical approach alone may not fully address both the neurophysiology and psychosocial aspects of pain.
Join Us To Learn How To:
- Break the cycle of suffering in chronic pain by addressing the psychological causes
- Use ACT for the treatment of many chronic pain syndromes, including chronic spinal pain, osteoarthritis, CRPS, neuropathy, fibromyalgia, and more...
- Help patients increase psychological flexibility, which allows them to experience less fear, avoidance, and pain-related anxiety
- Improve patient satisfaction and functional outcomes
- Help patients choose a valued direction, take action and re-engage with life – even when their pain doesn’t objectively change!
Meet Joe Tatta, PT, DPT, CNS
Dr. Joe Tatta is one of the pioneering experts in
lifestyle interventions for treating persistent pain.
A unique combination of physical therapist, nutritionist, and ACT trainer, he has 25 years of experience in physical therapy, integrative models of pain care, leadership and private practice innovation.
He holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, is a Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist and has trained extensively in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
In 2017, Joe was a key member of the APTA task force expanding nutrition as part of the scope of practice for physical therapists. He is chair of the Physiotherapy SIG at the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, the parent organization of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Dr. Tatta is author of the bestselling book, Heal Your Pain Now and host of The Healing Pain Podcast, featuring interviews and free training from respected pain experts.