This year, U.S. Pain’s KNOWvember campaign will highlight complementary medicine options, ranging from massage to acupressure to medical cannabis. Each day, U.S. Pain will be posting a fact about complementary medicine to provide people with chronic diseases options to research when piecing together a pain management plan.

So far, two webinars are scheduled:

  • “Acupressure for Stress Relief: The Seva Stress Release Program,” with Regina Rosenthal, PT, an advanced practitioner and instructor of process acupuncture, on Nov. 20 at 7 pm EST. Register here.
  • “Don’t Let Pain Limit You: Take Charge with Sound Data and Social Support” with Rachel Trobman, CEO and founder of the pain management app, Ouchie, on Nov. 9 at 12 pm EST. Register here.

More details and registration links for these events will be posted on U.S. Pain’s social media accounts.

“With a heavy focus on medical cannabis, this KNOWvember will open the doors to innovative treatments such as dance therapy, yoga, acupressure, biofeedback, and other modalities said to mitigate chronic pain conditions,” says Shaina Smith, director of State Advocacy and Alliance Development. “We will once again be hosting virtual events, such as webinars, to hear from health care professionals who practice these forms of therapy with their patients.”

For more information about KNOWvember, click here.