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CO27-004

Oral Communication

Importance of patient education in the setting-up of a treatment by the Rehabilitation Sensitive Method®

Mrs Diane DUCHESNEa, Mrs Marion VITTAZa, Mrs Sandrine CLÉMENT-FAVREb

a Clinique générale - Fribourg, b Clinique générale

The sensitive rehabilitation method RDC® is a method suitable for the treatment of neuropathic pain including mechanical allodynia. The setting-up of such rehabilitation requires the patient's informed participation so that the indications for treatment are implemented correctly. How sensitive therapist becomes teacher to undertake therapeutic education necessary for the implementation of each rehabilitation? The importance of these elements is illustrated is illustrated by monitoring two patients with similar neuropathic pain but whose evolution differed.

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Keywords : sensory rehabilitation, pain, patient education, occupational therapy