The PAINWeekEnd Regional Conference series is now in its 11th year. The next conference will take place March 12 at the Sheraton Boston Needham in Boston, offering 6 CE/CME credit hours.

This which will be followed by conferences at the Rosemont/Chicago, Tampa, Agoura Hills, and New Orleans. 

Organized by PAINWeek, the National Conference on Pain for Frontline Practitioners, the 1-day pain management education will be presented in a creative, innovative manner. Certified and noncertified activities will address a range of clinical and practice management areas of interest.

Charles Argoff, MD, stated about his course, “Clinical Update: Utilizing Topical Analgesics for Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy,” “As many as a third of those with diabetes experience peripheral neuropathy, and over half have unresolved pain. My course, and the others at PAINWeekEnd Boston, will help attendees return to work better informed and better able to tackle pain management issues.”

Presenter Paul Mathew, MD, DNBPAS, FAAN, FAHS, DNBPAS, of Harvard Medical School and Mass General Brigham Health Care Center at Foxborough, commented, “Pain management is an important component of nearly every specialty in medicine. PAINWeekEnd Boston is an opportunity to attend a live didactic program presented by nationally recognized experts in a convenient local location.” Dr. Mathew will be presenting two courses: Awkward Conversations: Managing Patients with Chronic Pain; The Diagnosis in the Back of Your Head: Occipital Neuralgia vs Cervicogenic Headache.

Dr. Courtney Kominek will present “See, Be, Deceived…or Relieved? Evaluating CBD for Pain Management,” about which she commented, “CBD is everywhere! I know I get asked about CBD by my patients on a weekly basis. Come learn more about the risks, benefits, and evidence, so you know what to say when your patients ask.”

Dr. David Glick: “‘Education is the best analgesic’ is one of the themes consistently represented at PWE. If you are involved with treating patients with pain, this conference in Boston will be rewarding whether you’re a primary care/frontline clinician or pain specialist.” Dr. Glick’s courses are “Pain Pathways Made Simple” and “Clinical Pearls: Unraveling the Secrets of Imaging Studies.”

For more information and to register, visit PAINWeekEnd.

[Source(s): PAINWeek, PRWeb]

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