September 3-7, 2019
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
The national conference on pain for frontline practitioners. PAINWeek is the largest US pain conference for frontline clinicians with an interest in pain management.
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The regional conference on pain for frontline practitioners. Depending on the location (1 or 2-day meetings), 6 to 12 hours per day of CE/CME credit hours are presented.
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Central poststroke pain is a neuropathic pain disorder frequently described as burning pain associated with allodynia and hyperalgesia over affected regions of the body. The underlying mechanisms are not well understood. What causes it and how can practitioners treat it? Dr. Bottros discusses.
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