June 21st, 2023
11:30 - 1:30pm
South 72nd Street
Omaha, NE, USA
Megan Potter, DPT
Director of Therapy Services
Pain Rehabilitation: A Tri-Dimensional Approach
- Debate the effectiveness of opioids as a treatment for individuals with chronic pain and the long-term consequences of that approach.
- Identify the benefit of utilizing a program that treats chronic pain from a biopsychosocial model.
- Describe the importance of transition planning when providing an effective long-term plan.
Megan Potter, DPT, graduated from Saint Louis University and went on to complete her doctorate in physical therapy, also at Saint Louis University. Shortly after she joined QLI as a physical therapist. She quickly developed a great rapport with patients and excelled as a clinician. She was promoted to Coordinator of Therapy Services and specifically oversees the Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy programs at QLI.
Megan has been instrumental in the growth & success of QLI’s chronic pain/functional restoration program and continues to help patients rebuild their lives by overcoming the issues associated with long term opioid use.
She is married to Jay and has two boys 4 ½ year old Theo and 2 ½ year old Brooks.