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Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review Course
Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review Course
Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review Course
Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review Course
Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review Course
Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review Course
Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review Course
Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review Course
Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review Course
Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review Course
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  • 1. ASIPP® Educational ServicesEXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANSEXPANDED,REVISED,ANDUPDATEDSCHEDULINGWITHINCORPORATIONOFCOMPLETEABMSPAINMEDICINESUBSPECIALTYCONTENTOUTLINECOMPREHENSIVEPAINMEDICINEANDINTERVENTIONALPAINMANAGEMENT2013BOARDREVIEWCOURSEn REVIEWFORPREPARATIONn AMERICANBOARDOFMEDICALSPECIALTIES–SUBSPECIALTYCERTIFICATIONINPAINJULY29-AUGUST2,2013|STLOUIS,MOUPTO44.25AMAPRACATEGORY1CREDITS™HOSTHOTEL:CHASE PARK PLAZA212N.KINGSHIGHWAYST.LOUIS,MO63108(877)587-2427SPECIALS:• SPECIAL ROOM RATESTHROUGH JULY 7,2013•50% OFF MEETING FEETOFELLOWS & RESIDENTS•10% OFF FOUNDATIONS, CLINICALASPECTS, AND/OR BOARD REVIEWSELF-ASSESSMENT BOOKS•20% OFF ESSENTIALS OFPRACTICE MANAGEMENT BOOKAmerican Society ofInterventional Pain PhysiciansThe Voice of Interventional Pain Management since 1998
  • 2. FROM THE CHAIRMANOn behalf of the Board of Directors of the American Societyof Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP), I would like to inviteyou to one of the most comprehensive and useful educationalconferences available anywhere. The ASIPP ComprehensiveBoard Review Course in pain medicine and interventional painmanagement will be held at the Chase Park Plaza, in St. Louis,Missouri, during the week of July 29 - August 2, 2013.This year’s review course has been expanded, revised, and updated. Wehave incorporated the complete revised version of the ABMS pain medicinesubspecialty content outline.This intensive and comprehensive high-quality review will prepare physiciansappearing for the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS)—SubspecialtyPain Medicine examination and for the American Board of Interventional PainPhysicians (ABIPP)—Part 1 examination. Remember, some of these areas are noteven taught in medical school and training programs. In a dynamic world, withdaily changing rules and regulations, it is essential to keep yourself updated.• A five-day review covering anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, psychology, ethics, interventional techniques, non-interventional techniques, controlled substances and practice management• 39 unique lectures by experts in the field• Participants can earn up to 44.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits• Extensive educational materials• Extensive evaluation sessions with daily pre-test, post-test, and review questionsIn addition to the review course, on Saturday, August 3, the American Board ofInterventional Pain Physicians offers the opportunity for examination in order forphysicians to complete requirements for ABIPP Part 1.We hope you will join us in exciting St Louis, Missouri, for this once-a-yeareducational event. Whether you have practiced pain medicine or interventionalpain management for years, if you are new to the discipline, or if you are intraining— the ever-changing field of medicine, practice management, and rulesand regulations associated with these specialties makes this an essential coursefor you.Sincerely,Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MDChief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, ASIPPAMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANS2AmericanSocietyofInterventionalPainPhysicians®THE VOICE OF INTERVENTIONALPAIN MANAGEMENT SINCE 199881 Lakeview Drive, Paducah, KY 42001Phone: 270.554.9412 Fax: 270.554-5394E-Mail: asipp@asipp.orgWeb Site: www.asipp.orgCHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD ANDCHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERLaxmaiah Manchikanti, MD—Paducah, KYPRESIDENTFrank J.E. Falco, MD—Newark, DEIMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENTStandiford Helm II, MD—Laguna Hills, CAPAST PRESIDENTAllan T. Parr, MD—Covington, LAPRESIDENT-ELECTHans C. Hansen, MD—Conover, NCEXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENTRamsin M. Benyamin, MD—Bloomington, ILVICE PRESIDENT STRATEGIC PLANNINGDavid L. Caraway, MD, PhD—Huntington, WVSECRETARYSukdeb Datta, MD—Summit, NJTREASURERAaron K. Calodney, MD— Tyler, TXLIFETIME DIRECTORSCyrus E. Bakhit, MD—Roanoke, VALaxmaiah Manchikanti, MD—Paducah, KYVijay Singh, MD—Niagara, WIDIRECTORS AT LARGEMark V. Boswell, MD, PhD—Louisville, KYDavid Bryce, MD—Middleton, WIScott E. Glaser, MD—Burr Ridge, ILRodney L. Jones, MD—Wichita, KSHaroon Hameed, MD—Newark, DEDavid S. Kloth, MD—Danbury, CTGabor B. Racz, MD—Lubbock, TXFrancis Reigler, MD—Malibu, CAXiulu Ruan, MD—Mobile, ALDavid M. Schultz, MD—Minneapolis, MNPeter S. Staats, MD—Shrewsbury, NJJohn R. Swicegood, MD—Fort Smith, ARDIRECTORS EMERITUSW. Stephen Minore, MD—Love Park, ILJoshua A Hirsch, MD—Boston, MAPAIN PHYSICIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEFHoward S. Smith, MD—Albany, NYAMA DELEGATESLee T. Snook, MD—Sacramento, CAHaroon I. Hameed, MD—Newark, DESTAFFMelinda Martin, Director of OperationsRay Lane, Director of Public RelationsHolly Long, Editorial Services CoordinatorVidyasagar Pampati, Statistician and ProgrammerPaula Reynolds Spear, Meeting CoordinatorTom Prigge, Multimedia SpecialistCindy Rogers, Administrative AssistantGOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COUNSELSenator Tim Hutchinson &Randi Hutchinson, Esq.,Dickstein Shapiro, LLP, 1825 Eye Street NWWashington, DC 20006 202.420.3600hutchinsont@dicksteinshapiro.comJeff Mortier, Legislative PartnerRyan, Mackinnon, Vasapoli and Berzok, LLP1634 Eye Street NW, Suite 1200Washington, DC 20006GENERAL COUNSELErin Brisbay McMahon, JDWyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP,250 West Main Street, Suite 1600Lexington, KY 40507859.288.7452 | emcmahon@wyattfirm.comCOMPREHENSIVE PAIN MEDICINE AND INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT2013BOARDREVIEWCOURSEJULY 29-AUGUST 2 | ST. LOUIS, MO
  • 3. Statement of NeedThis five-day intensive Review Course in IPM is plannedas a CME activity to prepare physicians seeking boardcertification, re-certification, or an in-depth review of thespecialty of interventional pain medicine. This reviewcourse will be based on the specifications of subspecialtyin pain medicine examination of The American Board ofAnesthesiology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,and Neurology and Psychiatry. This review course will alsomeet 90% curriculum of ABIPP Part 1.This course will provide an in-depth evaluation of theknowledge of the participating physicians with extensivepre-course and post-course Board Review examinations,daily pre- and post-tests, and review of the questions daily.As part of this comprehensive, in-depth, intense five-dayreview course in IPM, we will provide you with thefollowing: 1. Syllabus with outlines of the lectures and accompanying questions, distributed at the meeting. 2. Pre and Post Exams. 3. Daily exam results provided on-site for an optimum review experience.Registration fees include all sessions, continentalbreakfasts, lunch, coffee breaks, syllabus, questionnaires,answer sheets, and daily tests with results. Registrationwill be on a first come, first serve basis. Organizers reservethe right to alter the schedule based on the number ofattendees and speakers, etc.FeaturesThe Comprehensive Interventional Pain ManagementBoard Review Course includes five full days with anexpanded curriculum designed to prepare physiciansfor the ABIPP Part 1 Certification Exam and ABMS PainMedicine Certification or Re-certification. The ReviewCourse also provides a comprehensive review ofinterventional pain management for practitioners andfellows.• Comprehensive Review of ABMS Pain Medicine Curriculum• Comprehensive Review of ABIPP Part 1• Online access to Syllabus• Pre- and Post- Practice Tests• Review of QuestionsAmericans with Disabilities Act & Special ServicesOrganizers fully comply with the legal requirements ofthe Americans with Disabilities Act and the rules andregulations thereof. If any participant in this educationalactivity is in need of accommodations, please contact theorganizers at (270) 554‑9412 at least 10 days prior to theconference.Audience/Objective/OutcomesThis comprehensive Review Course is intended to presentpain management specialists seeking board certification,re-certification, or an in-depth review of the specialty withan overview of the anatomy, physiology, diagnosis, andtreatment of a wide range of painful disorders, in orderfor participants to pass certification or re-certificationand obtain in-depth review; and therefore be able toprovide improved interventional management, controlledsubstance management, and practice management.Accreditation StatementThis activity has been planned and implemented inaccordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of theAccreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education(ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the Institutefor Medical Studies and the American Society ofInterventional Pain Physicians. The Institute for MedicalStudies is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuingmedical education for physicians.Category I CreditThe Institute for Medical Studies designates thiseducational activity for a maximum of 44.25 AMA PRACategory 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim creditcommensurate with the extent of their participation in theactivity. These hours include the Comprehensive BoardReview Course ONLY.There is no commercial support for this activity.ACCOMMODATIONSCHASE PARK PLAZA212 N. Kingshighway, St. Louis, MO 63108(877) 587-2427Each tastefully decoratedspace welcomes you witha comforting array ofamenities and personaltouches, including finecotton sheets, gener-ously sized towels andpremium toiletries.The discounted nightlyrate of $155 appliesonly to those whoregister on or beforeJuly 7, 2013. Ask forthe ASIPP room blockwhen registering.AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANS 3COMPREHENSIVE PAIN MEDICINE AND INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT2013BOARDREVIEWCOURSEJULY 29-AUGUST 2 | ST. LOUIS, MO
  • 4. COMPREHENSIVE PAIN MEDICINE AND INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT2013BOARDREVIEWCOURSEJULY 29-AUGUST 2 | ST. LOUIS, MOAMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANS4Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MDChairman of the Board and CEO, ASIPPMedical Director, Pain Management Center of PaducahPaducah, KYFrank J. E. Falco, MDImmediate Past President, ASIPPMedical Director, Midatlantic SpineNewark, DEClinical Assistant ProfessorTemple University Medical SchoolPhiladelphia, PAHans C. Hansen, MDPresident, ASIPPMedical DirectorThe Pain Relief Centers, PAConover, NCRamsin M. Benyamin, MDPresident-Elect, ASIPPPresident, ILSIPPPresident, Millennium Pain Center, Bloomington, ILClinical Associate Professor, Department of SurgeryUniversity of Illinois College of Medicine,Urbana-Champaign, ILCOURSE DIRECTORS
  • 5. COMPREHENSIVE PAIN MEDICINE AND INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT2013BOARDREVIEWCOURSEJULY 29-AUGUST 2 | ST. LOUIS, MOAMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANS 57:00am–8:00am REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST8:00am–8:45am INTRODUCTION Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD8:45am–10:30am PRETEST AND BREAK10:30am–12:00pmEVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE: DESIGNING, REPORTING, AND INTERPRETINGCLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIESBasic concepts of evidence-based medicine with critical analysis of literature;principles of valid clinical research; effects of analysis on the clinical applicability ofstudy results;components of clinical trials; special features of study of pain; and otheraspects.Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD12:00pm 1:00pm LUNCH (provided)1:00pm–1:45pmINTRATHECAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMSInfusion and intrathecal drug delivery, indications, risks, and associated complications,and other aspects.Peter Konrad, MD1:45pm–2:30pmANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND PHARMACOLOGY: MECHANISMS OF NOCICEP-TIVE, TRANSMISSION, AND PHARMACOLOGYDescription of peripheral mechanisms; central mechanisms: spinal and medullarydorsal horns, segmental and brain stem, thalamocortical; and other mechanisms.Also includes pharmacology of pain transmission and modulation with experimentalmodels and limitations, peripheral mechanism of pain transmission and modulation;synaptic transmission of pain in the dorsal horn; central sensitization; neurotransmittalinvolvement in pain modulation; and other aspects of pharmacology of pain transmis-sion and modulation. Miles Day, MD2:30pm–3:15pmSURGICAL PAIN MANAGEMENTIncludes indications, risks, and associated complications of surgical lesioning of brain,brain stem, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves.Peter Konrad, MD3:15pm–3:45pm BREAK3:45pm–4:30pmCANCER PAINDescribes palliative care, definition and scope, frequency of pain and multiple sites ofpain, barriers to treatment, importance of development of evidence-based practice inthe management of cancer pain; comprehensive evaluation, needs and approach ofpatients with cancer pain; principles of treatment including treatment of underlyingdisease, analgesic pharmacotherapy, integration of other modalities (e.g., physical,psychological, and anesthetic); analgesic ladder approach: indications, pharmacologicproperties, therapeutic guidelines, adverse effects of opioids and other analgesicsincluding drugs for neuropathic pain; indications, risks, and practical implications ofanesthetic, surgical and interventional radiologic, and neurostimulatory approaches;usefulness of physical therapy and psychological approaches; needs of special popula-tions: children and patients with learning disabilities. Miles Day, MD4:30pm–5:15pmMUSCULOSKELETAL AND MYOFASCIAL PAINThe lecture describes epidemiology, anatomy and physiology; mediators of inflam-mation, tissue destruction, and repair; molecular and cellular basis of immunity andautoimmunity; neurophysiology; psychosocial aspects; classification and clinicalcharacteristics of muscle, musculoskeletal, and myofascial pain; assessment; commonclinical characteristics; and evidence-base for treatment.Miles Day, MD5:15pm AdjournComprehensive Pain Medicine and Interventional Pain Management2013 BOARD REVIEW COURSEMONDAY JULY 29, 2013
  • 6. COMPREHENSIVE PAIN MEDICINE AND INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT2013BOARDREVIEWCOURSEJULY 29-AUGUST 2 | ST. LOUIS, MOAMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANS6Comprehensive Pain Medicine and Interventional Pain Management2013 BOARD REVIEW COURSETUESDAY JULY 30, 20137:00am–8:00am REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST / PRETEST8:00am–8:45amETHICAL STANDARDS IN PAIN MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCHIncludes ethics of pain management and research; professional and quality assurance;ethical standards of research design, review and implementation, informed consent,and use of animals and ethics of animal experimentation; definitions and incidence ofplacebo effect8:45am–9:30amPSYCHOSOCIAL AND CULTURAL ASPECTS OF PAINIncludes definition and measurements of pain as a biopsychosocial experience;individual differences in effective, cognitive, and behavior responses to pain; definitionand effect on pain experience and response to treatment with coping styles; effect ondisability, treatment outcome, maintenance of treatment effects of expectation, coping,cultural and environmental factors; cultural, environmental, and racial variations in ex-perience and expression of pain; role of family in promoting illness and well behavior;and common emotional problems and psychiatric disorders associated with pain.Jeffrey Janata, PhD9:30am–10:15amRADIOLOGIC EVALUATIONThis lecture includes basic aspects, uses and limitations of MRI, fMRI, and MR spectros-copy and PET scans, along with general aspects of radiology with description of variousaspects of fluoroscopy, CT scanning, MRI, and PET scan.Sheri Albers, MD10:15am–10:45am BREAK10:45am–11:45amASSESSMENT OF PAINThe lecture includes pain as a subjective, multidimensional experience; basic conceptsof introspection and measurement of subject experience; measurement of pain inspecial populations with challenges and limitations; direct pain measurement with selfreports; indirect pain measurements with observation; basic issues of outcome mea-sures in clinical studies; requirements of outcome measures in studies of the impact ofpain; and other aspects.Jeffrey Janata, PhD11:45am–12:30pmPRACTICAL ASPECTS OF IMAGINGDiscussion and description of imaging modalities and evaluation of findings for inter-ventional pain management: Fluoroscopy, CT scanning, MRI, and PET scan. Sheri Albers, MD12:30pm–1:30pm WORKING LUNCH (Q&A during provided lunch)1:30pm–2:45pmPSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT OF PAINIncludes cognitive and behavioral strategies with application to specific painsyndromes; integration of approaches; stages of behavioral change and their effecton readiness to adopt self management strategies for chronic pain; common processfactors of cognitive behavior and self-management interventions. Psychiatric andpsychologic modalities of chronic pain; pharmacotherapy for treatment of comorbidconditions; psychotherapy for depression; differential diagnosis of anxiety conditions;anger in chronic pain patients and relation to perceived pain; somatic complaintsin chronic pain; role of family; role of patient beliefs and expectations in pain anddisability and coping strategies; diagnosis and evaluation of sleep disorders in chronicpain; frequency of personality disorders with evaluation of work history and educationin evaluation of chronic pain.Jeffrey Janata, PhD2:45pm–3:30pmEPIDEMIOLOGY OF CHRONIC PAINThe lecture describes epidemiologic studies of pain; measurement of burden in apopulation, including epidemiologic measures of occurrence (prevalence, incidence);observational studies: use and limitations; major risk factors for development of chronicpain; the role of cohort studies; use of risk factors to guide treatment; and other aspects3:30pm–4:00pm BREAK4:00pm–4:45pmOPIOIDSDescribes pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, adverse effects, drug interactions,and indications and contraindications; classification of opioid compounds; pharmacol-ogy of pain transmission and modulation; and other aspects.Hans Hansen, MD4:45pm–5:30pmCONTROLLED SUBSTANCES: USE, ABUSE, AND PAIN RELIEF IN SUBSTANCE ABUSERSThe definitions of addiction vs. tolerance vs. dependance and withdrawal symptoms;opioids in chronic non-cancer pain use and abuse; biopharmacologic and neurophysi-ologic basis of addiction; interaction between addiction and pain; screening for drugabuse or addiction; ; pharmacologic treatment of patients with addiction; acute painmanagement of patients with active addiction or in recovery; analgesic response toopioids in patients with addiction; risks and benefits of opioid use in treatment ofpatients with chronic and cancer pain in patients with abuse or addiction; needs ofspecial populations or treatment groups of patients with addiction; legal, regulatory,reimbursement issues limiting access to care for patients with pain and addiction.Hans Hansen, MD
  • 7. COMPREHENSIVE PAIN MEDICINE AND INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT2013BOARDREVIEWCOURSEJULY 29-AUGUST 2 | ST. LOUIS, MOAMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANS 77:00am–8:00am REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST / PRETEST8:00am–8:45amMISCELLANEOUS PHARMACOLOGIC AGENTS IN PAIN MEDICINEThe description includes pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, adverse effects, drug interac-tions, indications and contraindications of neuroleptic drugs, antihistamines, analeptic drugs,corticosteroids, muscle relaxants and antispasticity drugs, NMDA antagonists, local anesthetics andmembrane-stabilizing drugs, sympatholytic drugs, and miscellaneous adjuvant analgesics.Hans Hansen, MD8:45am–9:30amANTIPYRETIC ANALGESICS, ANTIDEPRESSANTS, AND ANTICONVULSANTSThe descriptions include pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamic, adverse effects, drug interactions,indications, and contraindications of nonsteroidals, acetaminophen, and phenazone derivatives,antidepressants, and anticonvulsants.Hans Hansen, MD9:30am-10:15amPAIN MANAGEMENT IN PATIENTS WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AND IN AREAS OFDEPRIVATION AND CONFLICTThe lecture includes conditions leading to limitations in ability to communicate; difficulties in as-sessment and treatment of pain; role of caregivers and social context in assessment and treatmentof pain in individuals with limited ability to communicate due to cognitive impairment; variability ofavailability and access to adequate pain treatment worldwide; causes of pain worldwide; spectrumof providers caring for patients with pain worldwide; limitations of education training and knowl-edge of pain and its treatment; research; and inadequacy of access to drugs and palliative care inmany countries.Frank Falco, MD10:15am–10:45am BREAK10:45am–11:30amELECTROANALGESIA AND SPINAL CORD STIMULATIONDescribes postulated mechanisms and clinical applications and efficacy of spinal cord and periph-eral nerve stimulation, along with indications, risks, associated complications; TENS, acupressure,acupuncture, electroacupuncture, and vibration.Ramsin Benyamin, MD11:30am-12:15pmPHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATIONThe descriptions include various modalities of treatment; temperature modalities; manipulation,mobilization, massage and traction; casting and splinting; exercise therapy; and other physicalmedicine and rehabilitation modalities of treatment.Michael Brown, MD12:15pm–1:15pm WORKING LUNCH (Q&A during provided lunch)1:15pm–2:00pmINTERVENTIONAL TECHNIQUESDescriptions include anatomy, pharmacology and use of drugs, diagnostic and treatment purposes,clinical indications, risks, associated complications of nerve blocks and neurolytic techniques; recog-nition and treatment of side effects; and other aspects of interventional pain management.Ramsin Benyamin, MD2:00pm–2:45pmWORK REHABILITATIONThe lecture includes the importance of early intervention and early return to work in reducingabsence; psychosocial factors as the determinants of disability and as predictors of prolongedwork of absence; identification of obstacles to recovery; components of successful comprehensiverehabilitation program; multidisciplinary approaches for those who do not return to work within afew weeks; and definition, usefulness and limitations of multiple capacity evaluation.Michael Brown, MD2:45pm-3:30pmCLINICAL NERVE FUNCTION STUDIESDescription includes uses and limitations of EMG/NCV/evoked potentials; uses of laser-evokedpotentials; uses and limitations of quantitative sensory testing; assessment of innervation anddensity with skin punch biopsy; uses of EEG and MEG; and other general aspects of clinical nervefunction studies.Frank Falco, MD3:30pm-4:00pm BREAK4:00pm-4:45pmCOMPLEMENTARY THERAPIESThe lecture includes range of available complementary therapies, alternative medical systems,biologically based therapies, manipulative methods, and energy therapy; prevalence and patientreasons for use of alternative complementary therapies; evidence-base; implications, costs and sideeffects, including drug interactions.Frank Falco, MD4:45pm-5:15pm POST TESTComprehensive Pain Medicine and Interventional Pain Management2013 BOARD REVIEW COURSEWEDNESDAY JULY 31, 2013
  • 8. COMPREHENSIVE PAIN MEDICINE AND INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT2013BOARDREVIEWCOURSEJULY 29-AUGUST 2 | ST. LOUIS, MOAMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANS8Comprehensive Pain Medicine and Interventional Pain Management2013 BOARD REVIEW COURSETHURSDAY AUGUST 1, 20137:00am–8:00am REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST / PRETEST8:00am-8:45amLOW BACK AND LUMBAR RADICULAR PAIN (INCLUDES SACROILIAC JOINT)The lecture describes anatomy; causes and differentiation of low back and radicular pain; reliability,validity, limitations, indications, and validity of history, neurologic examination, medical imag-ing, diagnostic interventions, and electrodiagnostic testing; evidence base for commonly usedinterventions, including interventional techniques and surgical treatment; and use and limitationsof multidisciplinary therapy.Mark V. Boswell, MD, PhD8:45am–9:30amTHORACIC, CHEST WALL, NECK , AND CERVICAL RADICULAR PAINThe lecture describes anatomy; causes and differentiation of thoracic, chest wall, neck, and radicu-lar pain; reliability, validity, limitations, indications, and validity of history, neurologic examination,diagnostic interventions, medical imaging, and electrodiagnostic testing; evidence base for com-monly used interventions, including interventional techniques and surgical treatment; and use andlimitations of multidisciplinary therapy.Ralph Justiz, MD9:30am–10:15amGERIATRIC PAINEpidemiology; issues related to age differences; limitations of pain assessment; age related changesrelevant to pain management; heterogeneity in physiologic, psychological, and functional capacityof persons of the same chronological age; and other aspects.Mark V. Boswell, MD, PhD10:15am–10:45am BREAK10:45am–11:30amNEUROPATHIC PAINDescriptions include definitions; epidemiology; clinical characteristics; pathophysiologic mecha-nisms, use and limitations of diagnostic studies; common neuropathic and complex regional painsyndromes; and therapeutic interventions.Mark V. Boswell, MD, PhD11:30am–12:30pm WORKING LUNCH (Q&A during provided lunch)12:30pm–1:15pmCOMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROMESDescriptions include definitions; epidemiology; clinical characteristics; pathophysiologic mecha-nisms, use and limitations of diagnostic studies; common neuropathic and complex regional painsyndromes; and therapeutic interventions.Ralph Justiz, MD1:15pm–2:00pmVISCERAL AND CHRONIC UROGENITAL PAINThe lecture includes distinct clinical features of visceral pain; anatomy: peripheral and central mecha-nisms of visceral pain modulation; clinical differentiation of gastrointestinal urologic, gynecologic,and musculoskeletal pain; psychological principles in clinical assessment explanation and treatment;common causes, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment in men and women of urogenital pain.2:00pm–2:45pmHEADACHE AND FACIAL PAINAnatomic, physiologic, and psychosocial aspects; major hypothesis about mechanisms of headacheand orofacial pain; systematic case history, use of diaries, selection of appropriate examina-tion based on history, and diagnostic studies; internationally accepted diagnostic criteria forclassification of headache disorders; indications for further investigations of headache; physical,psychological, and social factors contributing to headache and orofacial pain, along with role ofcounseling and other non-pharmacologic treatment; role of medication overuse; and pharmaco-logic treatment and alternatives.Ralph Justiz, MD2:45pm-3:15pm BREAK3:15pm–4:00pmDEVELOPMENT OF PAIN SYSTEMS AND NEONATAL PAIN MANAGEMENTDescription of development of pain behavior in the fetus and newborn; physiologic and behavioralpain assessment measures in infants; development of peripheral and dorsal horn mechanisms ofnociception and nociceptive connections in higher centers; long-term consequences of neonatalpain; and other aspects of development of pain systems4:00pm–4:45pmSEX AND GENDER ISSUES IN PAINThe lecture describes the definition of sex and gender; role in epidemiology of pain in relation toage and reproductive history; sex differences in nociceptive response and pain perception in ani-mals and human experimental models; analgesic response: differences between sexes and withinthe same sex; biologic and psychosocial contributions to pain response with sex differences; andsex differences of factors influencing the outcome of pain, experiments, or therapy.4:45pm-5:15pm POST TEST
  • 9. COMPREHENSIVE PAIN MEDICINE AND INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT2013BOARDREVIEWCOURSEJULY 29-AUGUST 2 | ST. LOUIS, MOAMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANS 97:00am–8:45am REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST / POST TEST8:45am-9:30amTAXONOMY OF PAIN AND ACUTE PAIN MANAGEMENTDescribes clarification of pain syndromes and application of systems with descriptionsof epidemiology of inadequate control of pain; identification and control of physi-ological and psychological effects; pharmacologic properties of major classes of drugsused for pain; comprehensive plan for optimal perioperative pain management; non-pharmacologic treatment; clinical outcomes to be evaluated in an organized approachto pain; tools for assessment and measurement; role of patient and family education inimproving pain management; and treatment of non-surgical pain.9:30am–10:15amPAIN IN INFANTS, CHILDREN, AND ADOLESCENTSThe lecture includes developmental, behavioral, pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamicdifferences among infants, children, and adolescents; factors affecting pain perception;treatment of pain utilizing pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic modalities; use andlimitations of pain assessment tools in children; special considerations in managementand palliative care of acute and chronic pain in children; and ethics of study and treat-ment of pain in children.10:15am–10:45am BREAK10:45am–11:30amPAIN IN PREGNANCY AND LABORThe lecture includes factors influencing the perception of pain in pregnancy comparedwith the non-pregnant state; causes of pain in pregnancy; principles of pain manage-ment in pregnancy; mechanisms and characteristics of labor pain; benefits and poten-tial adverse consequences of labor pain; and management of labor pain.11:30am–12:30pmLIABILITY, INFORMED CONSENT, AND RISK MANAGEMENTMedical liability for interventional pain physicians. Liability issues include malpractice,controlled substances regulatory issues and documentation, tort, consent, and defense.Vicki Myckowiak, JD12:30pm-1:30pm LUNCH (provided)1:30pm–2:30pmFRAUD, ABUSE, AND COMPLIANCEIntroduction, prevalence, laws, and regulations pertaining to fraud and abuse in IPMVicki Myckowiak, JD2:30pm-3:00pm BREAK3:00pm–4:30pmDOCUMENTATION IN INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENTVarious documentation, billing and coding requirements for interventional techniqueswith examples in various settings of practice.Marvel Hammer, RN, CPC4:30pm–5:00pm REVIEW OF QUESTIONS5:00pm ADJOURNComprehensive Pain Medicine and Interventional Pain Management2013 BOARD REVIEW COURSEFRIDAY AUGUST 2, 20137:30am–8:15am REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST8:15am–12:30am TEST INSTRUCTIONS & ABIPP PART 1 EXAMINATION (EXAM IS 4 HOURS)Comprehensive Pain Medicine and Interventional Pain Management2013 BOARD REVIEW COURSESATURDAY AUGUST 3, 2013
  • 10. COMPREHENSIVE PAIN MEDICINE AND INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT2013BOARDREVIEWCOURSEJULY 29-AUGUST 2 | ST. LOUIS, MOAMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANS10REGISTRATION FORMPlease print exactly as you wish your name to appear:NAME (FIRST) (MIDDLE INITIAL) (LAST) (DEGREE)ORGANIZATIONADDRESSCITY STATE ZIP COUNTRYPHONE FAX CELLEMAIL Since the courses are held concurrently, please note that you can only register for the Board Review Course OR the Controlled SubstanceManagement and Coding, Compliance and Practice Management Review Course, not both.YOUMUSTREGISTERSEPARATELYFORTHEABIPPEXAMINATION.APPLICATIONSAREAVAILABLEATABIPP.ORGRETURN COMPLETED FORM TO:ASIPP, 81 Lakeview Drive, Paducah, KY 42001 or Fax to (270) 554-5394PAYMENT METHOD (Please check one):m MASTERCARD m VISA m AMERICAN EXPRESS m DISCOVER m CHECK ENCLOSED (Payable to ASIPP): CHECK NUMBER: ___________________________CREDIT CARD NUMBER EXPIRATION DATE SECURITY CODENAME ON CARDAUTHORIZED SIGNATURE (required on all credit card orders) (Your application will not be processed if payment does not accompany registration form)CANCELLATION POLICY:ASIPP reserves the right to cancel this course upon reasonable noticeand will assume no financial obligation to registrants for cancellation forreasons beyond its control. Registration fees will be refunded. However,costs incurred by the registrants, such as airline or hotel fees or penalties,are the responsibility of the registrants. ASIPP requires a 30-day noticeof cancellation. Cancellations must be submitted in writing and receivedby June 28, 2013. An administrative fee of $200 will be assessed.Cancellations after June 28, 2013 but prior to July 15, 2013, will forfeit 50%of their registration fee. No cancellations accepted after June 15, 2013.Refunds will be sent after the conclusion of the meeting.1. On-line: For convenience and faster registration, register at www.asipp.org/meetings.htm2. Fax: Fax this registration form to 270.554.5394 with your Visa/MasterCard/Discover/American Express information3. Mail: Mail this registration form with payment­—check or Visa/MasterCard/Discover/American Express information— to: ASIPP, 81 Lakeview Drive, Paducah, KY 420013WAYSTOREGISTERComprehensive Pain Medicine and Interventional Pain ManagementBOARDREVIEWCOURSERegistration FeesBoard Review Coursem $1,300 (Member)m $1,500 (Non-Member)Fellow Discount 50% Discount
  • 11. AMERICAN BOARD OF INTERVENTIONAL PAIN PHYSICIANSCommitted to the Certification of Qualified Pain Medicine PhysiciansThe American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians (ABIPP) is a Specialty Board providing Board Certification inInterventional Pain Management and Competency Certification in Controlled Substance Management, Competency Cer-tification in Coding, Compliance, and Practice Management and Competency Certification in Fluoroscopic Interpretationand Radiological Safety. ABIPP offers a psychometrically developed and practice-related exam that truly represents themultidisciplinary field of Interventional Pain Management.In this constantly changing medical environment, certification in your specialty is a necessity; colleagues and patientsexpect it. Join your fellow Interventional Pain Management specialists today by submitting an application to ABIPP.The ABIPP Board of Directors, with the assistance and advice of the professionals in relevant fields, has developed certifi-cation programs that recognize accepted levels of knowledge and expertise in the profession, with the goal of improvedpatient care.The eligibility requirements and examination materials for ABIPP certification programs have been developed basedon substantial review and analysis of the current state of medical and scientific knowledge of the treatment of pain, asreflected in the medical literature.For complete information about the examination requirements and to obtain an application packet, visit www.asipp.orgor call 270-448-4985, or by email at abipp@abipp.orgABIPPFAQsHow many physicians have been certified by ABIPP?Over 200 qualified physicians have made the commitment to the field of Interventional PainManagement through certification as of November 2010How often is the examination administered?ABIPP Part I and Part II are both administered one time each year on separate dates andvenues.Who is eligible for certification and what are the requirements to sit for the exams?Minimum RequirementsFor any candidate to be considered for ABIPP Diplomate Certification the minimum requirements are:1. A primary ABMS board certification.2. An active license to practice medicine in the United StatesCertificationIn addition to the above requirements, a physician who has an ABMS subspecialty in Pain Medicine and aFellowship in Pain Medicine must have the following in order to become certified: 1. Competency certification in both areas of Controlled Substances, and Coding, Compliance and PracticeManagement. 2. ABIPP PART II Requirements for a candidate with primary board certification but without fellowship training in pain medicine or interventional pain management AND without an ABMS Subspecialty in Pain Medicine: 1. A primary ABMS board certification. 2. An active license to practice medicine in the United States 3. Six years of interventional pain management practice (50% or greater) with: o A total of 300 hours of continuing education credits in pain management/pain medicine. o Of these 300 hours, 50 hours must be cadaver training 4. Successful completion of ABIPP Part I theoretical examination. 5. Successful completion of ABIPP Part II practical examinationNote:CertificationinfluoroscopicinterpretationandradiationsafetyisNOTarequirementforABIPPcertificationABIPP AMERICANBOARDOFINTERVENTIONALPAINPHYSICIANSABIPP
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