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April 11, 2024

Cervical Epidural Injections

Dr. Dominic Hegarty discusses the nuances and complexities of cervical epidural procedures in pain management. Working in a busy pediatric unit, he addresses the challenges and reservations his colleagues have about performing cervical procedures,...
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April 8, 2024

Stellate and T2 3 Sympathetic Block

The complexities and applications of T2 and T3 sympathetic blocks. Dr. Agnes Stogicza emphasizes the importance of understanding the sympathetic chain's anatomy for effective treatment. Key functions of the sympathetic system, such as vasomotor...
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March 12, 2024

E-CAP Controlled Closed Loop SCS

Dr. Jan Willem Kalleward talks about ECAP controlled closed loop spinal cord stimulation (SCS) and its outcomes after 24 months in the EVOKE study, a double-blind clinical trial. He explains that chronic pain is...
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March 8, 2024

Intrathecal Infusion for Targeted Drug Delivery

Dr. David Schultz presents an interesting overview of targeted drug delivery (TDD) through intrathecal infusion. He discusses the history of neural stimulation, the introduction of spinal opioids, and medication delivery to the spine. Dr....
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March 5, 2024

Emerging Ethical Concepts in Interventional Pain Medicine

Dr. Megan K. Applewhite discusses bioethics, focusing on disparities of care in marginalized populations. She explains bioethics foundational terms and emphasizes the value of justice, beneficence, and respect for autonomy. Dr. Applewhite then explores...
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March 1, 2024

Neuromodulation for facial pain

Dr. Miles Day discusses neuromodulation for facial pain. Dr. Day discusses the workup toward a differential diagnosis of facial pain, the neuromodulation algorithm for facial pain, and interventional techniques such as trigeminal ganglion stimulation...
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February 22, 2024

Surround Inhibition as a new scs mechanism

Dr. James North discusses the use of surround inhibition as a novel spinal cord stimulation mechanism. Dr. North highlights the historical context of surround inhibition. He highlights a study by Dr. Warren Grill, which...

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Erector Spinae Plane Block

Apr 12, 2024 4:29 pm
This video discuss the anatomy, mechanism and technique for thoracic and lumbar ESP block, and shares some tips for...

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Acute Myeloid Leukemia, Part II

Aches and Gains
Mar 14, 2024
Leukemia is a medical term for cancer of the blood cells. Acute Myeloid Leukemia, known as AML is the most common acute leukemia in adults. AML is rapidly lethal if untreated, but overall survival has improved for those under age 65 from just 8 months in the late 1970s to 46 months in 2014. We’ll have the opportunity to hear from Dr. Mark Levis. He’s a Professor of Oncology and Director of the Adult Leukemia Service at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He’ll explain how and why AML develops, what puts us at risk, and then delve into standard treatments as well as effective, new, and targeted therapies that are extending life.
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Six Easy Wins For Transitioning To Attendinghood

Anesthesia Success
Apr 8, 2024
Transitioning from training to attendinghood can be both exciting and daunting, especially as you approach the culmination of your residency or fellowship. In this episode, we'll uncover six actionable strategies to ease this transition and set yourself up for success in your new role. From negotiating a signing bonus to understanding the nuances of your employment contract, each tip aims to equip you with the knowledge needed to navigate the complexities of entering the attending workforce confidently.
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A Discussion on Tolerance, Dependency, and PTSD with Joseph Cabaret, MD and Kenneth Carle, MD

ASIPP Podcast
May 02, 2023
It is a pleasure to have Dr. Joe Cabaret return to the podcast because it’s not every day you get to hear from someone who is triple boarded in anesthesia, pain, and addiction. The practice of pain medicine always has its difficulties—sometimes those difficulties involve simultaneously balancing pain, tolerance, and dependency. When you’re really trained and qualified to make the distinction between these three things, you’re better at balancing all of them. Dr. Cabaret not only understands pain, but he really understands addiction, so his approach to dealing with complex pain problems is especially effective. We also discuss central pain and its processing because, like it or not, most pain is processed through the central nervous system. That’s why we use so many different classes of medication—the Buprenorphines, Gabapentinoids, Pregabalins, and the like—we want to work in the central nervous system to help reduce the opioid load. Finally, we share some thoughts on the 2023 ASIPP (American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians) Annual Meeting. We’re also welcoming a new guest to the podcast, Dr. Kenneth Carle, from Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Carle is a practitioner of Interventional Pain Medicine who brings up a several interesting talking points about the strategies we can use to help patients with PTSD.
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S2E7: Interview Series w/ Dr. Samuel Shem (aka Stephen Bergman) author of House of God and Mans 5th Best Hospital

ReGenMed101
September 22, 2019
ReGenMed101 Interview Series with Dr. Samuel Shem (aka Stephen Bergman) the author of House of God and Man's 4th Best Hospital. He received his Medical Degree from Harvard Medical School, PhD from University of Oxford, and currently serves as an esteemed NYU Langone Hospital and School of Medicine Faculty. In this podcast listen to him discuss his motivation for writing the New York Times Best Seller House of God. His philosophy that affected thousands if not hundreds of thousands of healthcare workers for over 3 decades. He further details the injustice he witnessed first-hand and now brings to the forefront injustice to the current medical system for both healthcare workers and patients. Dr. Shem will also read 2 excerpts from his new book Man's 4th Best Hospital, and calls to action the doctors of our time find ways to bring the human back to medicine. Pre-Order his new book here: "Man's 4th Best Hospital" on Amazon Learn more about Dr. Sam Shem: on his official Website: www.mans4thbesthospital.com/ Thank you for listening, don't forget to subscribe.
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Pain Docs Lobby for more Oversight of Independent Review Organizations

The Pain Exam Podcast
Apr 3, 2024
Advocating for Transparency and Oversight in Pain Management Introduction: Welcome back to Painexam, where we delve into the latest advancements and challenges in pain management. Today's episode highlights a significant advocacy effort made by leading Interventional Pain Physicians and industry experts. Summary of Lobbying Effort: On March 20, 2024, a group of widely known and respected pain physicians and industry leaders, including Drs. Sean Li, Peter Staats, Mehul J. Desai, David Reece, Hemant Kalia, and David Rosenblum, alongside industry figures Mark Stultz, Christopher Conrad, and Cecelia Ruble, visited Capitol Hill to advocate for greater oversight and transparency in independent review organizations. Despite their busy schedules, they recognized the critical need to address the 0% turnover rate in appeals for denied treatments, which disproportionately affects patients seeking alternatives to surgery and opioid medication. Importance of Transparency: The issue extends beyond pain management, impacting patients across various medical fields. While opioid therapy may seem economically favorable initially, the long-term consequences, including delayed care and medication side effects, often outweigh the costs. The group emphasized the importance of an unbiased review for accessible, cutting-edge treatments to improve patient outcomes and reduce overall healthcare expenses.
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The Road to Chair: Interview with Joel Press, MD

The Road to Chair
Sep 15, 2020
Listen to the 7th episode of The Road to Chair, a podcast series developed by the AAP's Resident/Fellow Council (RFC). In this episode, Neal Rakesh, MD, Former Chair of the RFC, interviews Joel Press, MD, Physiatrist-in-Chief at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City and Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Press shares his journey from choosing medicine to becoming a Chair and gives insights on his celebrated career, including helping to create the field of sports medicine.
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