- Ana Hernando
- 1 Hour 57 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Aug 05, 2017
Patients on extended use of pain medications are looking to you for faster results to reduce their pain and increase their functional ability, thus increasing the interest in alternative treatments.
As interest in drug-free pain and anxiety management increases and reimbursement rates for treatment decrease, the research on neuroplasticity and mindfulness to improve patient’s outcomes has come to the forefront.
Learn how mindfulness techniques can be a powerful and valuable tool in your toolbox for helping patients increase awareness and decrease limitations on functional gains, including guidance for appropriate documentation.
|Manual (0.85 MB)||18 Pages||Available after Purchase|
The role of neuroplasticity in therapy
- Integrative medicine and neuroplasticity: what we thought we knew and we now know.
- 7 concepts to maximize neuroplasticity
Strategies to integrate mindfulness into therapeutic practice
- Mindfulness: what it is and what it isn’t
- Features, advantages, benefits, and results to utilizing mindfulness techniques in practice
- Psychosomatic symptoms
- The role stress plays in therapy progress
- Mindfulness techniques and supporting research
- Educating patients, clients and physicians
Documentation of mindfulness approaches
ANA HERNANDO, OTR, MOT, MBA is passionate about complimentary and integrative health. She holds several certifications including Sensory Specialist, Level III Reiki provider, Self Talk Speaker and Trainer, Life Coach and Chair Yoga for Seniors provider. She focuses on empowering people to reclaim their health from the inside out, and is creator of the 12wks2wellness program. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology, a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy and a Master’s of Business Administration. Ms. Hernando has conducted continuing education seminars for several years and has been a guest speaker for America Airline Professional Women in Aviation, Texas Autism Conference, MOPS International, Mothers of Multiples, and The Lions Club International. She lives in a suburb of Dallas and currently consults for The Center for Cardiovascular Health as well as owns and operates her private practice, Holistic Solutions focusing on wellness and health promotion.