History & Epidemiology of Opioids in Treating Pain

Presenters: Lantie Jorandby, MD

Date: August 27, 2021

Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Event Summary

History & Epidemiology of Opioids in Treating Pain

This CE event is perfect for general practitioners, hospital and nursing personnel, pain physicians, SUD counselors and therapists, and physical therapists.

Join Dr. Lantie Jorandby, our Chief Medical Officer for an exclusive event to identify strategies to aid patients suffering with chronic pain. Chronic Pain is a widespread issue that often leads to addiction and can trigger relapse. Learn how to understand the neuroscience of pain, pain theory, the history of opioids and how it all relates to how we treat this complex medical disease.


Chronic pain is common in addiction and It’s important to address chronic pain for all patients, but especially those in recovery. The issue is complex and is considered a disease that needs new and multiple approaches to lessen the dependency on drugs or alcohol to alleviate the symptoms.

Pain has roots in the same neurochemical & neuro-biologic pathways in the brain as addiction. Hence, both disorders can co-exist & exacerbate each other. Treatment for chronic pain should be multi- faceted in an effort to reduce the alarm system in the body & brain that is a constant occurrence with this disease.

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Lantie Jorandby


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About The Presenter

Lantie Jorandby, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Lantie Joranby, M.D. is the Chief Medical Officer of Lakeview Health, a dual diagnosis and addiction treatment center whose in-patient facility is located in Jacksonville, FL. Dr. Joranby graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience. She attended medical school and completed her residency at the University of Florida. For seven years, Dr. Joranby worked as a staff psychiatrist and mental health supervisor at the Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic in Viera, Florida. After completing her Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship at Yale University, Dr. Joranby became Medical Director for the dual diagnosis unit at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts, which is ranked the top psychiatric hospital in the United States. She also served as faculty at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry. She is one of less than 200 physicians in the United States who is dual board-certified in addiction medicine, and psychiatry and neurology.