Dr. Jurovich grew up in Billings, Montana.  He earned a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree Idaho State at University in Pocatello, ID and completed a Pharmacy Practice residency at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon. Following a Family Practice residency at Idaho State University Family Practice Mark spent 2 years as a hospital pharmacist at Magic Valley Regional Medical Center in Twin Falls, Idaho, before returning home to Billings.

Mark is an owners at Juro’s Pharmacy Health & Wellness, where he has practiced for 20 years as a Compounding Pharmacist. Juro’s Pharmacy is a 60-year old, independent, family owned pharmacy and medical supply store with proud roots in Montana.

Mark will offer one topic, presented in 2 sessions of 45 minutes each, with the following title and associated learning objectives

Low Dose Naltrexone and Pain Management: LDN in chronic, complex and acute pain 

Learning Objectives

  1. Define “Low Dose” Naltrexone (LDN)
  2. Give a brief history of Naltrexone
  3. Discuss the current areas of study on the use of LDN
  4. Discuss how LDN is being used to treat pain
  5. Review dosing and clinical considerations of LDN

Hormones in Pain: The Physiologic Relationship of Pain and the Endocrine System

Learning Objectives

  1. Discuss Sex-related differences in pain
  2. Discuss the relationship of ovarian hormones and the menstrual cycle to chronic pain
  3. Discuss Testosterone effect on chronic pain
  4. Review the effects of opioids and aromatase inhibitors on endocrine function and pain sensitivity.