Jul 25 2019
The Pain of Trauma

The Pain of Trauma

Presented by Treatment Placement Specialists at Hoof and Vine


Following the successful completion of this course, guests should be able to

  • Define the 4 fundamental types of pain
  • Recognize and differentiate each type of pain
  • Understand the role of the behavioral health provider in generating an accurate diagnosis of the type of pain affecting an individual patient

Behavioral healthcare professionals in private practice, treatment program clinical directors/staff, community agencies and various mental health disciplines are welcome. The level of instruction you can expect is intermediate.  Some basic knowledge of the specific content area is required, but you need not have in depth knowledge or skills. The panel will provide information at a level beyond the basic knowledge of the topic.

Bennet Davis, MD – 
Director of Pain and Recovery Program, Sierra Tucson

Bennet E. Davis, MD, is the director of the Pain Recovery Program at Sierra Tucson. He is board certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine. Dr. Davis completed his undergraduate work at Stanford University in Stanford, CA, and received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. He then trained in orthopedic surgery and anesthesiology at the University of New Mexico and University of California, Irvine. He completed his fellowship in Manchester, England, after finishing residency training.

Dr. Davis served as founder and director of the University of Arizona Pain Center from 1995 to 2002, where he was also director of the Pain Fellowship Program and co-founding faculty of the Arizona Cancer Center. In 2002, he and his colleagues founded Arizona’s first and only adult pain clinic to achieve American Pain Society Center of Excellence, The Integrative Pain Center of Arizona, which operated as one of the nation’s few models for interdisciplinary pain care until November 2017.

Recently Dr Davis was named {Pain Management Provider of the Year by Inside Tucson Business. He is involved in organized medicine as past president of the Pima County Medical Society, and is active on a national level in teaching as medical director for CHC Pain ECHO, a telemedicine teaching program for primary care providers across the nation. He serves on numerous advisory boards for health policy. His latest article, “A New Paradigm for Pain?” was featured in The Journal of Family Practice and provides an updated definition of pain.

Admission Info

This event is free, but registration is required.

Phone: (702) 343-1796

Email: anna.hodges@acadiahealthcare.com

Dates & Times

2019/07/25 - 2019/07/25

Location Info

Hoof and Vine

7680 S. Union Park Avenue, Midvale, UT