Tue, Oct 26|
Webinar via Zoom
Personalized Pain Medicine: A Collaborative Approach
This webinar is designed for practitioners to help you expand your practice and better serve patients who are experiencing signs and symptoms of pain-related conditions. You will walk away with an understanding of the more prevalent pain and autoimmune conditions and clinical treatment options.
Time & Location
Oct 26, 2021, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Webinar via Zoom
About the Event
This webinar is designed for practitioners to help you expand your practice and better serve patients who are experiencing signs and symptoms of pain-related conditions. You will walk away with an understanding of the more prevalent pain and autoimmune conditions, clinical treatment options and compounding opportunities, dosing and protocols. Pain-related conditions affect many patients, both in general and those with autoimmune conditions. This free, live webinar will cover compounding opportunities for pain, including recommended options and dosing for different types of pain, compounded drug delivery and efficacy, nutritional supplement information. A live Q&A session with the presenter is included.
RPh, FAARM (candidate)
PCCA Clinical Compounding Pharmacist
Sebastian received his Bachelor of Science in pharmacy at the University of British Columbia. He worked at Northmount Pharmacy in North Vancouver for 11 years, specializing in HRT, veterinary, pain and sports compounding. He also was the manager of Pharmacy Operations with the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic/Paralympic Games, and then the manager of the Whistler Olympic Village Polyclinic Pharmacy. In addition to his role as a PCCA clinical compounding pharmacist, Sebastian works with both the U.S. and Canadian CORE compounding training education teams and the pharmacy student education team. Sebastian also speaks at physician, pharmacist and other health care professional education symposiums and events. He has recently lectured for the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine on Nutrition and Pain, Pharmacy Compounding and Collaborative Practice, and Alternative Uses for Naltrexone. Sebastian is currently completing the Metabolic Medical Institute’s Fellowship in Metabolic & Nutritional Medicine.