August 6th, 9pm EST

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Clinical Athlete Live Webinar

All Registrants will receive a recording of the Webinar If you can't make the live event.  

The webinar is the price of two cups of your favorite overpriced coffee: $10

Jarod Hall Pt, DPT, CSCS, ocs

Title: Pain Neuroscience for the Difficult Patient


Pain Neuroscience Education: What Does It Actually Look Like?


1.      Briefly explore current biomedical models and their weak points.

2.      Briefly outline a more comprehensive psycho-socio-biomedical model

3.      Discuss Pain Neuroscience Education (PNE)

4.      Examine real life clinical application of PNE

5.      Explore analogies/metaphors/stories to explain pain

6.      Discuss failure rates and realistic expectations for success

7.      Q&A session


Jarod Hall, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS is a physical therapist in Fort Worth, TX. His clinical focus is orthopedics with an emphasis on therapeutic neuroscience education and purposeful implementation of foundational principles of progressive exercise in the management of both chronic pain and athletic injuries. Jarod has shown clinical excellence in securing designation as a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He is adjunct assistant faculty at the UNTHSC DPT program, instructing in the assessment and treatment of orthopedic injuries, pain sciences, strength and conditioning, and manual therapy. Jarod regularly presents continuing education at the state, national, and international level for practicing physical therapists, occupational therapists, and chiropractors. In addition, Jarod developed and leads both an orthopedic board specialty examination preparatory course as well a virtual mentorship for practicing physical therapists seeking to further their clinical expertise. Finally, he is the author of the clinical resource text “Sticks and Stone: A Collection of Analogies and Stories to Better Understand Pain” and has consulted on several research projects with Texas Women’s University and The University of Texas at Arlington.