Learn How To Develop A Process To Help Even The Most Difficult Patients Without Taking 100 Continuing Education Courses
Learn How To Develop A Process To Help Even The Most Difficult Patients Without Taking 100 Continuing Education Courses
You can read research, read blogs, watch videos, even go to a weekend course, but no one is helping you in your practice with your unique problems.... 


This mentorship will give you individual attention that addresses your unique struggles, your unique population, and your unique clinical setting.  

Tired of programs where you listen to droning online lectures with no individual attention and addressing your unique needs and problems?
Not anymore. 
This program is focused on you and your practice.  
We are in this for one thing... 
you helping more people!
One on one interaction
Evidence-based material
Practical guides and workbooks
Individual Mentor Calls

The goal is to move each mentee forward in their journey of expertise and position you as a leader in pain care in your practice and community

Mark Kargela, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Mark is the founder of Modern Pain Care and a clinician at Midwestern University's Physical Therapy Institute.  He is fellowship trained in orthopedic manual physical therapy, a therapeutic pain specialist.  Mark has taught in EIM's fellowship program in their clinical reasoning and pain science curriculum and also taught in Adriaan Louw's Therapeutic Pain Specialist program.  MPC and this mentorship was born out of a frustration in education models and their lack of long term results with students.

Mark present nationally on topics around pain science and teaches continuing education coursework helping clinicians better help and understand the person in pain
Jarod Hall, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Jarod Hall, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS is a physical therapist in Fort Worth, TX. His clinical focus is orthopedics with an emphasis on therapeutic neuroscience education and purposeful implementation of foundational principles of progressive exercise in the management of both chronic pain and athletic injuries. Jarod has shown clinical excellence in securing designation as a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). 

Jarod is lab faculty at the UNTHSC DPT program, instructing in the assessment and treatment of orthopedic injuries, pain sciences, strength and conditioning, and manual therapy. Jarod regularly presents continuing education at the state, national, and international level for practicing physical therapists, occupational therapists, and chiropractors. appropriate dosing of therapeutic exercise.

Here's the program...

Module One: Foundations of Pain and Contextual Architecture

We will get into the nuts and bolts of pain science and neurobiology so everyone can have a solid foundation to use to develop communication and stories around pain.   A focus on contextual architecture will help participants maximize treatments but understanding the contextual factors surrounding treatments and how to best leverage them in practice.

Module Two: Patient Communication and the Patient Interview

Pain neurobiology and neuroscience education are rendered useless without good communication strategies.  Bronnie Thompson will share a lecture on motivational interviewing and acceptance and commitment therapy in daily practice and we will teach you how to effective communicate and establish a therapeutic alliance with the patient in pain

 Module Three: Science-Informed Objective Examination

This module will discuss sensory and motor examination strategies along with taking traditional examination strategy and giving you a process to apply examination techniques and skills in a modern science-informed fashion.

Module Four: Science-Informed Treatment and Special Conditions 

We will discuss graded motor imagery, motor retraining, exercise, and manual therapy in this module.   You will also get access to special condition lectures and materials that will help you evaluate and help conditions such as fibromyalgia, CRPS, OA, chronic LBP, whiplash, and others. 
What are others saying about our program?
Amy Busch Eicher- United States - Physical Therapy Assistant
Zach Wagner 
United States - Physiotherapist
Confirmed Content Experts

Bronnie Thompson, PhD, OT

An internationally-known expert in communication and utilizing motivational interviewing (MI) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in practice.  Her blog healthskills.wordpress.com is a treasure trove of information on how to better communicate and help the person in pain.  Bronnie will join us to discuss how you can incorporate MI and ACT into your practice. 

Joletta Belton

Joletta is a leading authority in pushing healthcare to better listen and understand the patient voice in healthcare.  Her blog mycuppajo.com and non-profit Epicolorado are inspiring people to learn how to live well with pain.  She will share her perspective and help you better understand and communicate with the person in pain

Cory Blickenstaff, PT, OCS

Cory is best know for his work on the amazing Pain Science and Sensibility Podcast with Sandy Hilton.  He also teaching a great course - Novel Movement & Edgework where he has masterfully incorporated exposure-based principles and the science of pain into a practical applicable framework.  Cory will join us to help you incorporate exposure-based therapies into your practice. 

Katie Schopmeyer, PT, DPT

Dr. Kathryn (Katie) Schopmeyer is a physical therapist, program coordinator and Certified Pain Educator. She works at the San Francisco VA Medical Center in an outpatient tertiary pain clinic within the Veterans Health Administration. She helped to develop a CARF-accredited intensive pain rehabilitation program and works with an interdisciplinary team including psychologists, pharmacists, and pain specialist physicians. In the clinic she exclusively treats people with complex persistent pain conditions who have co-occurring and confounding psychosocial impairments such as PTSD. She has been a speaker at national and regional pain management conferences, co-authored a book chapter on pain-focused physical therapies for primary care clinicians, and is passionate about changing the culture around pain care in medicine and allied fields.   She will help us understand the team approach to pain care.

Liz Peppin, PA-C

Liz is a Physician's Assistant in Marquette, Michigan and recently has graduated ISPI's Therapeutic Pain Specialist program.  She practices outpatient neurology in a private practice setting.   Aside from learning about and treating chronic pain, she enjoys rock climbing, reading, games, and using her rumination powers for good rather than evil.

Marcos Lopez, PT, DPT, OCS

Marcos has presented nationally on topics and will be sharing his expertise in graded motor imagery and opioid use disorder as it relates to physical therapy practice.  Marcos will share his expertise in dealing with opioid use disorder in clinical practice and also how to implement graded motor imagery into your practie.

Alicia Scott, CRT

Alicia Scott, CRT is a Certified Restorative Therapist who has worked in the addiction treatment field for over 15 years. She has worked at inpatient treatment facilities, a large homeless shelter, and is currently working at NuHope, which is an outpatient center designed to help patients struggling with chronic pain and opiate addiction. Over the years, she has used her own personal story of recovery to help encourage others, whether it is in a one on one setting, a group session, or as a public speaker at various conferences in the U.S., as well as internationally.   She will help us better understand and help the person dealing with opioid or substance use disorder
What are people saying about Modern Pain Care?
There are many clinicians out there that pretend to know what they are doing and don't take the time to continue to keep up with the latest information and research. That is not the case with Jarod. Jarod takes on learning and teaching with excitement and enthusiastic curiosity and teaches others the most current information about best practices for patient care. Not only does he teach others, he takes complex information and concepts and makes them easy enough for anyone to understand. Talk about an amazing way to teach! I highly recommend taking his courses!
Mark Milligan, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT    Physiotherapist
My experiences with Mark have all exceeded my expectations. He is a champion of the patient voice who integrates the patient perspective into his practice and his teaching. He is a listener as well as an educator and goes above and beyond for his patients, students, and colleagues alike. Mark is a leader in modern pain care, I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work with and learn from him and look forward to what the future brings.
Joletta Belton - Co-owner EpiColorado, Blogger at MyCuppaJo.com
Let’s break it all down.
Here's what you're really getting...
  •   Four month individualized mentorship program with deep dive into all aspects of patient care - other less intimate programs charge $4800!!!!
  •  Four months of intimate access to instructors committed to helping you get results in your practice.   Not simply two weekends competing for time with 20+ other participants
  • One on one coaching calls - two one-hour calls where we work with you to identify your unique struggles and develop a individualized plan to address them
  •  Content experts and real patients will share their expertise 
  •  Guides and checklists that focus on practical ways you can assess and make immediate change in your practice  
  •  Modules focused on improving your communication, interview, use of manual therapy, use of exercise, and how it all applies to a modern understanding of pain
  •  Practical assignments to complete each module that will ensure you are applying the material 
  •  27.5 CEUs approved by the AzPTA
You'd actually be crazy not to join us ;)
30 Day Money Back Guarantee
If you do not find value in what this program offers we will fully refund you within 30 days
This mentorship was just what I was looking for! The fact that you get to spend 3 months on expanding your knowledge base through articles and expert webinars together with the Q&A sessions and the mentor calls really has taken me as a therapist to another level. More than a 3 day course could do. I highly recommend this program for anyone working with people with persistent pain. Thanks Mark and Jarod for creating this!
Sjouke van Rossum - Netherlands - Physiotherapist
My experience with Modern Pain Care Online Mentorship have all exceeded my expectations. I would highly recommend this online course as a great opportunity to learn and discuss many concepts in pain science with Mark Kargela and Jarod Hall.  It was a great experience all knowledge shared by these pain educators and made a huge difference in my clinical reasoning and clinical practices. Thank you, guys.
Karina Ferreria Lagoa Concalves - Brazil - Physiotherapist, Osteopath

Are you ready to better understand and help people in pain?

Are there CEUs awarded?
Yes.  This mentorship is approved for 27.5 CEUs through the Arizona Physical Therapy Association.  

States accepting credit through reciprocity - Alaska, Arizona. Colorado ,Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming

What if my state is not listed?
We will provide you with materials you can submit to your state board for approval.  

What professionals can attend?
MDs, DOs, PAs, NPs, RNs, OTs, COTAs, PTAs, LMTs, ATCs, Personal Trainers, (if you're not listed inquire to info@modernpaincare.com).We are not limiting this to physical therapy.  There may be times when topics are geared toward PT, but overall the information is applicable across professions.  

Do I have to be present for every online event?
No.  We encourage as much interaction as possible to maximize your investment and get the most out of the program but replays will always be available for you after live meetings

Are there assignments or projects?
Yes.  You will use workbooks and checklists within cases in your current caseload to ensure you are applying what you are learning.   

Do I have to live in the US? 
No.  We have had mentees from Ireland, UK, Brazil, the Netherlands, Canada.  Each culture's unique perspective adds greatly to the value of the mentorship

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