The American College of Physical Medicine Announces

Board Certification in Chronic Intractable Pain & Neuropathy

GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO GET UP TO DATE IN CHRONIC INTRACTABLE PAIN & NEUROPATHY AND FULFILL 25 CEU’S

Great opportunity to “cash in” on the latest national news!

You have a unique oppotunity to take advantage of a big need for the local MDs in your area relative to their fear of prescribing Opiods. Did you know that pharmacists are now refusing to fill pain med prescriptions? They are even reporting any doc who they feel is writing too many scripts.

Right now these MDs have no real place to send their patients, and you are perfectly positioned to fill that gap. But you have to do 2 things: 1, learn all the facts about treating global intractable pain and neuropathy, and 2, learn how to use the MDs language and make him your partner for free referrals. For MDs taking this course, you will learn how to identify knowledgable physical medicine practioners and how to effectively relate to them.

With this Board Certification, he can be assured that you are, indeed, an expert in applying all the tools available in physical medicine, and the plaque on your wall will reassure your new patients.

9 WEEK VIDEO COURSE, FOLLOWED BY ONLINE EXAM


25 CEUs-Illinois
9 CEUs-Colorado
Note: Most States will accept these CEUs if you apply through their respective licensing boards.


YOU WILL LEARN ALL NEW INFORMATION ENABLING YOU TO IMPLEMENT NEUROPATHY INTO YOUR PRACTICE AND RECEIVE A CUSTOM ENGRAVED PLAQUE COMMEMORATING YOUR ACHIEVEMENT.


COURSE FEE $3508 (PAYMENT OPTIONS AVAILABLE)

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Instructor: David B. Phillips Ph.D.

David B. Phillips, Ph.D. is a worldwide recognized expert in the electrophysiology of nerve transmission. He also has over 30 years of experience treating chronic intractable pain & neuropathy patients and teaching doctors internationally how to treat those patients. In addition, Dr. Phillips is the inventor of the ReBuilder System for pain control, the system used exclusively by the Cancer Treatment Centers of America to treat the chemo-induced chronic intractable pain patients, Read more...