Using Evidence Based Practice to Treat Patients with Chronic Pain

Saturday February 10, 2024

8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Course Description

This course will be a live course describing and explaining how to recognize patients with chronic pain and how to prescribe a therapeutic exercise intervention program using the best and latest evidence for this population. The course will focus on the evidence that demonstrates the techniques that are and are not effective in this particular population.

Level of Course: 

Course Objectives:


Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to choose and describe appropriate:

  • Examination techniques most appropriate for patients with chronic pain
  • Outcome measures most appropriate for patients with chronic pain
  • Treatment techniques most appropriate for patients with chronic pain using best evidence 


Marie-Eve Pepin, PT, OMPT, MSPT, DPT
is a 1998 graduate of McGill University with a BS in Physical Therapy, a Master from Oakland University, a Doctorate from the MGH Institute and a specialization in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy from Oakland University. She is also a core faculty in the Wayne State University Physical Therapy Program. She has been teaching orthopedic content and in particular therapeutic exercise interventions for over 15 years. She has been working as an orthopedic physical therapist for 22 years.


Course Location

RIM Auditorium (Basement) 261 Mack, Detroit MI 48201


Intended Audience



Course Hours

8:30am – 12:30pm     
Registration will begin at 8:00am
Snacks provided.


Contact Hours: 

4 hours


Registration Fees: 

Tenet/DMC/RIM employees $50
Non Tenet/DMC/RIM employees $100


Class limit: 

36 registrants


Online Registration      


To register visit

2024 Continuing Education Courses