I am so very honored and excited to invite Scott Hein, PT, DPT and certified therapeutic pain specialist (TPS) to come and share his insight and passion about studying pain science and treating patients with persistent pain. Scott will discuss the source of pain and how evidence shows it can best be treated with a biopsychosocial approach. I will lead the topic of the power and practicality of mindfulness practice in the approach to treating pain and stress. Scott and I will guide you through learning, practice and discussion that may help you in practical ways with patients and with self-care.
Reach out if you would like to attend. — Brant
Be our guest on Saturday, April 20; 5-7pm. For licensed physicians and therapists; MD, PhD, PT, LCSW, PA, LPC, OT, NP, RN & others. RSVP. Tuition is $20 and a certificate of completion for 2 contact hours of training will be provided.
- Learn about the mind-body connection and how mindfulness practice can support both clinicians and patients from the viewpoint of an physical therapist
- Medical & Therapeutic Clinical Evidence of Mindfulness Practice Discussed
- Experiential practice with your peers
- Come in informal, comfortable clothing. Informal and with a changing room if you wish.
An event for licensed physicians and therapists. There is limited space and these sessions tend to fill. Reach out soon if you have interest: 503 640-6006 or Contact Brant
PARKING: There are typically many parking spaces in the parking lot just near the front door of my studio facing Lincoln Street on Saturday afternoon and then street parking many places nearby.
MAKE IT AN EVENING IN DOWNTOWN HILLSBORO IF YOU WISH (Some lovely places nearby)
You may want to make an evening of it in downtown Hillsboro with a friend or dear one. There are many lovely restaurants and places a short stroll from my classrooms:
- Virundhu, 180 E. Main Street #105, Hillsboro OR 503-372-9628. Outstanding Southern Indian food.
- Insomnia Coffee Company. Open early and late in downtown Hillsboro. Good beverages, pastries, and wifi. Good place to informally hang out
- Syun, 209 NE Lincoln (503 640-3131) superb Japanese
- Pizzario, 337 East Main (503 693-7953) Italian
- Primrose and Tumbleweeds, 248 East Main (503 703-8525) good food, large wine selection and nice atmosphere
- McNally’s Taproom, 370 East Main (503 268-1429) food and brews
- Starbucks at First and Main right near the courthouse a couple of blocks away