He is the creator of the NP3, is a leading expert in neuropathy and pain management. He graduated from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Miami School of Medicine.
The NP3 System for Workers' compensation
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and employees with work related injuries.
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The NP3 Guide 2.1:
Understanding the Neurophysiologic Pain Profile.
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The NP3 Technology
The NP3 is a non-invasive test designed to test for evaluate for physiologic components of chronic pain. NP3 has been designed to identify the components that underlie people’s complaints in most muculoskeletal and nerve-related pain conditions.
NeuroPAS Global is dedicated to improving healthcare, reducing costs for payers and providers and improving outcomes for patients. We recognized early that the present health care model was ineffective at appropriately evaluating and treating patients with chronic pain.
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We have partnered with industry leaders to develop a comprehensive advanced identification, diagnosis and treatment of injured workers through the Biopsychosocial Injury Recovery Model (BIRM)
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We set out to find a better assessment tool to evaluate patients with chronic pain. A test that can measure physiologic responses to pain and provide a specific pain assessment, where present diagnostic tests fail to do so.
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BIRM and the WIDR evaluation tool are carefully founded on evidence-based, valid, and reliable data that lead to interventions owing directly from the evaluation ndings. Tying treatment recommendations to these careful evaluations has repeatedly been found to lead to signi cantly improved outcomes.
Decades of international research clearly shows that psychosocial factors are frequently the predominate influence on delayed recovery and development of chronic pain but are typically ignored. We can now screen early for these after an injury, allowing short-term, targeted cognitive behavioral interventions to be initiated for the high-risk injured workers without the need for a formal mental disorder diagnosis or treatment. The research shows improved medical and cost outcomes.
Dr. Ross taught the audience about the latest definition from pain experts on the essential nature of pain: it is an EXPERIENCE put together by the brain after it analyzes and interprets many things. Pain is NOT a sensation in the body. He also described why and how “objective findings” on MRI often lead doctors to over-diagnose structural spine problems and provide over-aggressive treatments — because the actual source of the pain lies in soft tissues or the brain itself.
Dr. Brian Mevorah is qualified as a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.), that discipline within the healing arts which deals with the nervous system and its relationship to the spinal column and its interrelationship with other body systems.
Michael Schriver, M.D., is a graduate of Ross University School of Medicine, with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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The NIH has now announced to the American healthcare system and the American public that current over reliance on “objective” spinal imaging and neurological test results does not provide useful “diagnostic” information.
The biopsychosocial model of pain underscores the scientific reality that a purely physical-sensory-based diagnosis can never sufficiently address the multidimensional nature of painful conditions [tissue pain generators, emotional and sociodynamic components].
We have an individual approach that can help reduce cost.