Author: Michael M. Bottros
Pain management in the elderly can be quite complex. The most common method of pain control in this population is pharmacotherapy. However, this patient population is becoming subject to the complex interactions and risks associated with polypharmacy. Hence, interventional strategies are increasingly being recognized as an important part of their multimodal pain management. In this session, we will explore unique and emerging interventional strategies for some of the most common pain complaints in the elderly.