Learn safe strategies for pain medication at the Abilities Expo Dallas

Posted by Reeve Staff in Daily Dose on December 04, 2019 # Health, Events

At the Abilities Expo Dallas, December 13-15, the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation will be sponsoring a notable presentation from Jay Gupta focusing on “Understanding Pain Medication for individuals with spinal cord injuries”. The workshop will take place on December 14 at 1:00 PM. This session focuses on gaining a better understanding of pain medications and strategies for safe use. Research indicates that learning about pain medications can help in managing pain, preventing emergencies and overdoses and enhancing overall quality of life.

Jay Gupta is the Director of Pharmacy and Integrative Health at Harbor Homes in Nashua, NH, as well as a Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Specialist and Yoga Therapist. He is the co-founder of RxRelax, LLC and YogaCaps, Inc. where he focuses on chronic disease prevention and sustainable lifestyle change. Jay also received the Cardinal Health Generation Rx Champions Award for community-based drug abuse prevention and has received recognition from the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations (NASPA) for Excellence in Innovation.

This session is FREE to all attendees of the Abilities expo. You can register for the expo by visiting the official Abilities site.

Dallas Market Center
Market Hall
2200 N Stemmons Fwy.
Dallas, TX 75207

Saturday, December 14
1 p.m.- 2p.m.

Attending Abilities Expo Dallas? Apply to receive a free Google Home Mini.
The first 1,000* registered Abilities Expo Dallas attendees who are living with a disability or a caregiver and fill out this brief form will receive an email confirmation with directions on how to redeem their device in-person at Abilities Expo Dallas.

*Limit one (1) per household and/or email.
*1,000 reserved for online registrants ONLY.

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