The American Society of Pain and Neuroscience (ASPN) will present a a full day of courses highlighting neuromodulation and other forms of pain management, virtually on Sunday, September 13, during the 14th annual PAINWeek pain management conference, produced by the Global Education Group.
The PAINWeek Live Virtual Conference, held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will take place September 11-13, 2020.
“We’re very pleased to welcome ASPN. We understand that the PAINWeek audience continues to have a heightened interest in interventional treatments for chronic pain, particularly neuromodulation. Therefore, ASPN’s unparalleled faculty and burgeoning reputation in our landscape make for a great fit. We’re looking forward to their track, and building on our partnership in the future.”
— Mike Shaffer, Director of Business Development at PAINWeek
The ASPN track includes: Patient Identification Strategies for Neuromodulators and The Role of Combining Spinal Cord Stimulation & Intrathecal Therapy.
“Having an ASPN track at PAINWeek is a natural evolution as both groups are heavily interested in alleviating chronic pain complaints through use of methods that are nonpharmacological in nature.”
— ASPN member Peter Pryzbylkowski, MD, who will present “Fundamentals of Neuromodulation”
“ASPN is a unique and new professional society developed to harness the talents of a diverse group of interventional pain physicians through the pursuit of clinical excellence, education, research, and innovation. The collaboration of PAINWeek and ASPN will further advance pain medicine by embracing interventional treatment options to alleviate chronic pain and suffering.”
— Presenter Sean Li, MD, who will present the course, “Peripheral Nerve Stimulations: Indications and Evidence”
PAINWeek will also welcome the American Headache Society, International Pelvic Pain Society, American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, and Osteoarthritis Research Society International, it notes in a news release.
For more information, visit PAINWeek.
[Source(s): PAINWeek, PRWeb]