Partners Page 4th WIP Taipei Interventional Pain Workshop The main theme of the workshop is “Redefining Advanced Interventional Technologies for Spinal Pain” It will provide cutting-edge information on advanced techniques and regenerative medicine for spinal pain management. Pain relief remains a global unmet medical need and becomes increasingly crucial in Asian countries. We strongly encourage all pain clinicians and practitioners in Asia and also the rest of the world to join us. Watch Now Watch Now >> NEWEST VIDEO Journey Through Pain Medicine Dr. Annu Navani presents an overview of the history, current status, and future direction of pain medicine. She discusses challenges that include: lowering reimbursements, changing health care landscape, retention, and care quality. Dr. Navani explains that the current focus for the pain medicine field is to exceed patients' expectations, provide high-quality health care, offer cutting-edge therapies, and tailor to the community's needs. Additional aspects that are emphasized include reaching vast demographic populations in different geographic locations and contributing new information through research and development. Dr. Navani also emphasizes the importance of medical advocacy for physicians who run their own practices. Watch Now Watch Now >> NEWEST VIDEO The Importance of Getting Involved Dr. Sunny Jha discusses the importance of medical advocacy and the manner in which it could dramatically improve the health care field. Dr. Jha describes current issues including physician burnout and treatment impediments to offering optimal care. He also mentions that while attending medical school, there is an absence of advocacy, leadership, and business training, which are essential skills needed in public or practice. Dr. Jha further explains that gaining these skills early on during a medical career can help medical professionals successfully build their practices without experiencing unnecessary problems and setbacks. Addressing advocacy issues lays the foundation for future doctors to continue to move the medical field forward. Watch Now Watch Now >> NEWEST VIDEO Abstract Poster Awards Miles Day, MD Dr. Miles Day emphasizes the importance of encouraging physicians, industries, medical students, and other interventional pain professionals to continuously perform clinical research by recognizing their achievements. Each year ASIPP holds an abstract poster competition, where participants are asked to submit abstracts of their work and present their data. Dr. Day explains that this is a beneficial way to further advance the field on interventional pain management. The abstract poster awards encourage continuous education and technological advancement. Watch Now Watch Now >> NEWEST VIDEO Medial Cluneal Stimulation Matthias Wiederholz, MD, discusses medial cluneal nerve stimulation for patients with sacroiliac joint pain. This procedure can be performed on patients with sacroiliac joint pain who have been treated with a joint block but the pain returns. Dr. Wiederholz uses the Stimwave system and demonstrates how to place the electrodes into the patient for medial cluneal nerve stimulation. Watch Now Watch Now >>

Slide Watch Now >> The main theme of the workshop is “Redefining Advanced Interventional Technologies for Spinal Pain” It will provide cutting-edge information on advanced techniques and regenerative medicine for spinal pain management.

Pain relief remains a global unmet medical need and becomes increasingly crucial in Asian countries. We strongly encourage all pain clinicians and practitioners in Asia and also the rest of the world to join us.
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Slide Watch Now >> Dr. Annu Navani presents an overview of the history, current status, and future direction of pain medicine. She discusses challenges that include: lowering reimbursements, changing health care landscape, retention, and care quality. Dr. Navani explains that the current focus for the pain medicine field is to exceed patients' expectations, provide high-quality health care, offer cutting-edge therapies, and tailor to the community's needs. Additional aspects that are emphasized include reaching vast demographic populations in different geographic locations and contributing new information through research and development. Dr. Navani also emphasizes the importance of medical advocacy for physicians who run their own practices. Learn More + Journey Through Pain Medicine Slide Watch Now >> Dr. Sunny Jha discusses the importance of medical advocacy and the manner in which it could dramatically improve the health care field. Dr. Jha describes current issues including physician burnout and treatment impediments to offering optimal care. He also mentions that while attending medical school, there is an absence of advocacy, leadership, and business training, which are essential skills needed in public or practice. Dr. Jha further explains that gaining these skills early on during a medical career can help medical professionals successfully build their practices without experiencing unnecessary problems and setbacks. Addressing advocacy issues lays the foundation for future doctors to continue to move the medical field forward. Learn More + The Importance of Getting Involved Slide Watch Now >> Miles Day, MD

Dr. Miles Day emphasizes the importance of encouraging physicians, industries, medical students, and other interventional pain professionals to continuously perform clinical research by recognizing their achievements. Each year ASIPP holds an abstract poster competition, where participants are asked to submit abstracts of their work and present their data. Dr. Day explains that this is a beneficial way to further advance the field on interventional pain management. The abstract poster awards encourage continuous education and technological advancement.
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Slide Watch Now >> Matthias Wiederholz, MD, discusses medial cluneal nerve stimulation for patients with sacroiliac joint pain. This procedure can be performed on patients with sacroiliac joint pain who have been treated with a joint block but the pain returns. Dr. Wiederholz uses the Stimwave system and demonstrates how to place the electrodes into the patient for medial cluneal nerve stimulation. Learn More + Medial Cluneal Stimulation

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Journey Through Pain Medicine

Published on May 17, 2022 Annu Navani, MD Dr. Annu Navani presents an overview of the history, current status, and future direction of pain medicine. She discusses challenges that include: lowering reimbursements, changing health care landscape,...

interventional practice, Medical advocacy, Pain Medicine, private practice

The Importance of Getting Involved

Published on May 13, 2022 Sunny Jha, MD Dr. Sunny Jha discusses the importance of medical advocacy and the manner in which it could dramatically improve the health care field. Dr. Jha describes current issues including...

advocacy training, business training, leadership skills, Medical advocacy, physician burnout

Abstract Poster Awards

Published on May 12, 2022 Miles Day, MD Dr. Miles Day emphasizes the importance of encouraging physicians, industries, medical students, and other interventional pain professionals to continuously perform clinical research by recognizing their achievements. Each year...

abstract awards, abstract meeting, clinical research, competition, poster awards

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Medial Cluneal Stimulation

Published on April 25, 2022 Matthias Wiederholz, MD, discusses medial cluneal nerve stimulation for patients with sacroiliac joint pain. This procedure can be performed on patients with sacroiliac joint pain who have been treated with...

electrodes, joint block, medial cluneal nerve, nerve stimulation, Pain, sacroiliac joint, Stimwave

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Infrapatellar Saphenous Nerve

Published on April 18, 2022 Andrea Trescot, MD, demonstrates cryoanalgesia (cryo) for several pain conditions on a cadaver at a World Institute of Pain (WIP) workshop in Miami, FL. Dr. Trescot mainly discusses performing cryo...

cryoanalgesia, deep vein thrombosis, diabetic neuropathy, DVT, infrapatellar saphenous nerve, knee pain, knee replacement, phantom limb pain, Pro Video, WIP 2019

NYSIPP Panel Discussion

Published on April 15, 2022 Sudhir Diwan, MD, discusses the New York/New Jersey Society of Interventional Pain Physicians annual meeting along with incoming society president Brian Durkin, MD, and course directors Scott Woska, MD and...

Basic Video, conference, Interventional Pain, medicine, New York New Jersey Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, NJSIPP, NYSIPP, RESEARCH, technology

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Superior Cluneal Stimulation

Published on April 11, 2022 Matthias Wiederholz, MD, discusses superior cluneal nerve stimulation for patients with low back pain. This method can be used to target pain in the small of the back by stimulating...

iliac crest, low back pain, nerve stimulation, Pro Video, radiofrequency ablation, superior cluneal nerve

Attending OHSIPP/KYSIPP and the Importance of Training with Fluoro and Ultrasound

Published on April 8, 2022 Shuchita Garg, MD, discusses her experiences at the Ohio Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (OHSIPP) conference. She gave a talk on a review and analysis on the controversies of using...

Basic Video, chronic interventional pain procedures, fluoroscopy, Ohio Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, OHSIPP, OHSIPP/KYSIPP, ultrasound

Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Syndrome, Part II

Aches and Gains

Apr 7, 2021

It’s been called the benzodiazepine injury syndrome. Patients who stop using benzodiazepines may not go through a simple, acute withdrawal process. Instead, 10-15% of patients may experience a new, unexplained illness, leading to severe and disabling symptoms. Carrie Silvernail, our first guest shares her five and a half year battle with this protracted withdrawal syndrome. It forced her into retirement, produced migrating body pain, and lead to intense phonophobia among a host of other symptoms. Then, a leading specialist in the field, Dr. Steven Wright uncovers the details of this hidden syndrome while recommending measures for prevention and treatment.

IPM: Where we are now and what our future holds

ASIPP Podcast

Jun 7 2021

Today’s podcast brings together four important leaders in the field of interventional pain medicine, and the future growth of American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP). ASIPP, Immediate Past President Harold Cordner MD and President Amol Soin MD welcome Michael Lubrano and Kunji Patel for an interactive discussion on the future of IPM: Where we are now and what our future holds. Certainly we are at an exciting time, and who would have seen it coming? Ten years ago would we have talked about therapeutic cannabis? How about regenerative medicine as a major opportunity to afford relief to our patients, certification, a first and leading textbook “Essentials of Regenerative Medicine”, the opportunities to demonstrate skills in person, online, and via TeleTesting. Our meetings have been virtual, then hybrid, and now we look forward to meeting again in person for fellowship, and the excitement of interpersonal meeting and greeting. COVID-19 has touched us all. As one of the greatest tennis players of all time once said that he won by finding advantage in adversity. The leadership at the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians has stepped up with guidelines, and best practices for our challenging times. Looking forward to our younger physicians, we find emergence of the enthusiasm and specialty development that is such a dynamic component of our organization. We continue to look forward to leadership from the youthful injection of talent and the enthusiasm that is embraced by the ASIPP and our specialty. This is what keeps us as a leadership community as we look forward for the necessary but often underestimated epidemic of pain control, while we also address the opioid crisis and COVID head-on. We are truly one of the few specialists that have three crises that are managed and processed to design successful solutions by innovation, our younger participants, membership, and the promise that each individual brings with their unique talent. The American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians welcomes our new generation, and I hope this podcast gives just a hint of how much enthusiasm we have ahead of us. We hope you enjoyed this podcast!

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.

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.

Study Shows Primary Cell and Rechargeable Spinal Cord Stimulators Have Similar Clinical Longevity

In a large retroactive, real-world study of spinal cord stimulators (SCS), there was only a small difference in the durability of rechargeable (RC) devices (60.1%) and primary cell (PC)-powered devices (57.6%).

Updated NASS Guidelines on Multidisciplinary Low Back Pain Treatment

D. Scott Kreiner, MD, co-chair of the NASS Evidence-Based Guideline Development Committee, shares details on the updated multidisciplinary recommendations for nonspecific low back pain. Plus: Chiropractors offer their take.

Discovery reveals blocking inflammation may lead to chronic pain

Using anti-inflammatory drugs and steroids to relieve pain could increase the chances of developing chronic pain. New research puts into question conventional practices used to alleviate pain. Normal recovery from a painful injury involves inflammation and blocking that inflammation with drugs could lead to harder-to-treat pain.

How chronic pain shows up in urine

Chronic pain diseases are underresearched — particularly for women, particularly with pelvic pain. Almost certainly, someone you know suffers from this. For people with urinary chronic pelvic pain syndrome, or UCPPS, the need to urinate is particularly frequent or urgent, or pelvic pain is prominent, or both. It’s often simply a diagnosis of exclusion, and there
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Acute inflammatory response via neutrophil activation protects against the development of chronic pain

Beneficial inflammation. Chronic pain can develop from an acute pain state. The mechanisms mediating the transition from acute to chronic pain remain to be elucidated. Here, Parisien et al. focused on the immune system using samples from patients and animal models.

Anger May Drive Subtype of Chronic Pain

A new biobehavioral model offers an opportunity to reduce nociplastic pain associated with anger regulation. A growing body of evidence suggests that a subtype of chronic pain called nociplastic pain may be associated with unhealthy emotional regulation – particularly anger – according to a recent review.

Pain Societies Release Guidelines for Cervical Spine Joint Pain

A multispecialty international working group has created new consensus practice guidelines on interventions for cervical spine (facet) joint pain. The guidelines from the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine and the American Academy of Pain Medicine are published in Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine (2022;47[1]:3-59) and Pain Medicine (2021;22[11]:2443-2524).

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