WORLD INSTITUTE OF PAIN ENDORSED MEETING
COMPREHENSIVE REVIEWS ON SPINAL IMAGING AND RADIOFREQUENCY IN INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT 5TH AND 6TH DECEMBER 2013 ■ To educate and train personnel member pain centres by means of local hands-on teaching, international seminars and exchange of clinicians.
Work: Mobile: Email: Tick as appropriate: For one day Reviews Course
For two days Reviews Course
For one day Reviews Couse & Workshop
For two days Reviews Course & Workshop
Pain fellows for Reviews Course
£200 per day
Pain fellows for Reviews Course & Workshop (maximum 6)
Nurses for the Reviews Course
£200 per day
Please make cheque payable to “The Interventional Spine & Pain Institute”. Alternatively, you can send the payment by Bank Transfer [BACS].
■ To develop common protocols for efficiency of treatment and outcome studies. ■
To communicate administrative and patient-related matters on a regular basis by way of newsletter, telephone links, a world directory of pain centres (region by region), and video conferencing (including patient consultations).
■ To categorize and certify pain centres ■ To develop an examination process for pain centres to test trainees and to provide full information on the process to the examinees.
12TH UK HANDS-ON CADAVER WORKSHOP ON INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PROCEDURES 7TH AND 8TH DECEMBER 2013
Anatomy Department, St George’s University of London Cranmer Terrace London SW17 0RE
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Tel & Fax: 01277 228587 Mobile: 07749 123406 Email: [email protected]
Web: www.ispi.co (under construction)
To update pain centres with state-of-the-art pain information, including a newsletter, books, scientific meetings, interlinked telecommunication and publication of a journal.
The bank details are: Barclays Bank Account No: 93723739 Sort Code: 20-12-21 Swift/BiC = BARCGB22 IBAN = GB38BARC20122193723739 We do not accept credit card payments Please Send To: Dr M H Ather, The Interventional Spine & Pain Institute P.O.Box 11071 Brentwood Essex CM14 9JN
The Radisson Blu Portman Hotel 22 Portman Square London W1H 7BG
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■ To encourage industries to provide information on pain medicine in each region of the world. ■ To bring local pain physicians and industry for education in new technology and training and to formulate a fellowship-training program. For further information about the WIP, visit www.worldinstituteofpain.org
The Anatomy Lesson by Rembrandt (by permission of Royal Cabinet of Paintings Mauritshuis The Hague)
Comprehensive Reviews on Spinal Imaging 5th December 2013
COMPREHENSIVE REVIEWS ON SPINAL IMAGING AND RADIOFREQUENCY IN INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT 5TH & 6TH DECEMBER 2013
Principles and Physics of X-rays, CT and MRI scan Sajid Butt Principles of ultrasound and its uses in interventional Michael Gofeld pain treatments Radiation Safety David Wilson Imaging of the head & neck Sanjiv Chawda Imaging of the thoracic spine Simon Blease Imaging of the lumbar spine Asif Saifuddin Imaging of the upper and lower limbs Faisal Alyas FACULTY USA Ultrasound Vs fluoroscopy Vs digital subtractions Michael Gofeld Vs CT guided injections in interventional Dr Lora Brown Tru Well, PLLC pain management MD Florida Prof Miles Day Medical Director of the International Pain Discography: its current use and controversies Jeffrey Petersohn MD DABA FIPP DABIPP Center, Department of Anaesthesiology at Professor in Pain Management Texas Tech, University Health Sciences Radiological pitfalls in interventional pain procedures Miles Day
12TH UK HANDS-ON CADAVER WORKSHOP ON INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PROCEDURES 7TH & 8TH DECEMBER 2013 Course Organizer Dr M.H.Ather, FRCA, FFARCSI, FFPMRCA, FIPP Queens Hospital, BHR University Hospitals NHS Trust Romford RM7 0AG
Dr Muhammad Ather FRCA FFARCSI FFPMRCA FIPP Consultant in Pain Management Dr Faisal Alyas BSc(Hons) MBBCh, MRCP FRCR Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist
Queens Hospital BHR University Hospitals NHS Trust Romford Essex Queens Hospital BHR University Hospitals NHS Trust Romford Essex BHR University Hospitals NHS Trust
Center, Lubbock TX Prof Michael Gofeld University of Washington MD FIPP Seattle Washington Professor of Anaesthesiology Prof Nilesh Patel Advanced Pain Management MD MBA Green Bay. WI Clinical Professor Anaesthesiology Prof Jeffrey D Petersohn Drexel University MD Philadelphia, PA Professor of Anaesthesiology
Dr Simon Blease The London Spine Clinic FRCR Harley Street, London Consultant musculoskeletal Radiologist Dr Sanjiv Chawda Queens Hospital BSc (Hons) MBBCh MRCP FRCR BHR University Hospitals NHS Trust Consultant Interventional Neuro-Radiologist Romford Essex Dr Thomas Haag Wrexham Maelor Hospital MD FRCA FFPMRCA Croesnewydd Road Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia Wrexham, Wales Dr Asif Saifuddin Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital BSc(Hons) MbChB MRCP FRCR Brockley Hill Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist Stanmore, Middlesex Dr Sean White The London Spine Clinic FRCA FFPMRCA FIPP Harley Street, London Consultant in Pain Management Dr David Wilson Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust MBBS BSc MFSEM FRCP FRCR Oxford Consultant Radiologist Dr Sajid Butt Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, MBBS, FRCR Brockley Hill, Stanmore, Middlesex Consultant Radiologist
Prof Serdar Erdine Department of Algology MD FIPP Faculty of Medicine University of Istanbul, Istanbul Turkey Dr Athour Gevargez Hauptstraße 17/19 MD MSc FIPP Germany – 33378 Rheda-Wiedenbrück Consultant in Interventional Pain Medicine Dr Olav Rohof Orbis Medical Center MD FIPP Sittad Geleen Anaesthesiologist/Pain Specialist Netherlands
Eric Schepis PhD, Physicist
Kimberly Clark Healthcare 1400 Holcombe Bridge Road, Roswell GA
The workshop contains the following n n n n
6 Cadaver work stations on both days Maximum 6/7 attendees per workstation Large faculty of experienced interventionists from UK, Europe and USA Suitable preparation course for FIPP exam
Attendees will be required to attend the cadaver workstations on both days. Each workstation will be run by a faculty member. Continual 1 to 1 theoretical instructions on interventional procedures will also be available.
Procedures to be covered include Stellate ganglion PRF, trigeminal RF, sphenopalatine RF, cervical cooled/RF, cervical DRG blocks/PRF, lumbar cooled/RF, lumbar DRG blocks/PRF, splanchnic RF, lumbar sympathetic RF, sacroiliac joint cooled RF, thoracic cooled/RF, thoracic DRG blocks/PRF, thoracic sympathetic RF, discography, disc biacuplasty, disc decompression, vertebro/kyphoplasty/Osteocool, hip & knee joint cool RF ( Additional procedures may also be covered ) Great interest to the pain interventionalist. This cadaver workshop is limited to 42 attendees on a first come first served basis. Sponsors: BVM Medical, Kimberley Clark Healthcare, GE Healthcare, Phillips Medical Systems
Comprehensive Reviews on Radiofrequency in Interventional Pain Management, 6th December 2013 Principles of radiofrequency, its uses in different Eric Schepis forms and modes in pain management Comprehensive review and comparison of RF Serdar Erdine techniques for facial pain - how to improve the outcome Comprehensive review and comparison of Miles Day cervical RF Techniques - how to improve the outcome Comprehensive review and comparison of Muhammad Ather thoracic RF Techniques - how to improve the outcome Comprehensive review and comparison of Nilesh Patel Lumbar RF Techniques - how to improve the outcome Comprehensive review and comparison of Nilesh Patel SI Joint RF Techniques - how to improve the outcome Comprehensive review and comparison of Jeffrey Petersohn disc treatments - how to improve the outcome Management of the spinal canal stenosis & new Lora Brown interventional techniques to improve the pain Comprehensive review and comparison of Olav Rohof Interventions treatments for sympathetic system Minimum invasive treatment for bone tumour pain Athour Gevargez Comprehensive review on interventional treatments Jeffrey Petersohn for peripheral joint pain - how to improve the outcome Discussions and controversies Sean White