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Contemporary Cannabinoid Science And Clinical Use – Portland

March 16 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

$59

Many providers are challenged with patients who ask about use and expectations regarding CBD oils, especially concerning pain relief. This program will give attendees the information necessary to help patients make informed decisions regarding cannabinoid use including those made from marijuana, hemp and other sources as well as answer questions to help you decide whether to offer the products in your office.

This 4 hour program will cover the basic science of Cannabinoids including the history, how they work and any relationship to substance abuse disorders, and the clinical understanding – forms and mechanisms for delivery, the clinical indications and what we know so far in relation to chronic pain, muscle spasticity, gastrointestinal issues, sleep and epilepsy and any contraindicated conditions as well as other areas of concern.

This program is sponsored by the Maine Chiropractic Association and taught by staff at the University of New England. There will be no vendors present as we seek to provide objective, unbiased answers based on the latest research. Informational packets on products from various companies will be available to all participants should you want more information.

This program is offered to all clinicians as well as retailers and the general public. Approved for 4 Hours CE by the Maine Chiropractic Licensing Board, Pending request to NH Chiropractic Licensing and MAAOM.

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Date:
March 16
Time:
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Cost:
$59
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Organizer

Maine Chiropractic Association
Phone:
207-622-5421
Email:
info@mainechiro.com
Website:
www.mainechiro.com

Venue

University of New England – Innovation Hall
772 Stevens Ave
Portland, ME 04103 United States
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