Proving pain in a compensation context—how do you do it?
Everyone has experienced pain, but place it in a compensation context and it is filled with controversy and doubt—it is “subjective,” with no objective diagnostic criteria. And it can be classified in several different ways—including musculoskeletal, neuropathic, radicular, and psychogenic. In a nutshell, pain is a challenging concept to prove.
Get the help you need to litigate your next pain case as you explore an in-depth overview of the most up-to-date and cutting edge knowledge of diagnosis and treatments of pain syndromes. Gain tips from a multidisciplinary team of doctors and attorneys on how to use this knowledge when representing your clients.
Summary of Contents:
The Many Faces of Pain – An Overview
Pain: Pathophysiology - Slides
Pain Management Techniques - Slides
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome - Slides
Fibromyalgia and Other Pain Syndromes - Slides
Handling the Pain Case: The Plaintiff’s Perspective - Slides