The Neurology Neuromodulation Workshop offers PGY-3 and PGY-4 Neurology Residents didactic learning and a cadaver lab to study neuromodulation therapies, highlighting the role of the Neurologist in a multidisciplinary setting. Attendees train in the use of deep brain stimulation, intrathecal medication management for pain and spasticity, and neuromodulation for chronic pain. This workshop's intent is to foster a platform for multidisciplinary networking opportunity and create excitement in the neuromodulation space through shared lectures and content with concomitant Pain Management, Neurosurgery, and Engineering workshops.
The Neurology Neuromodulation Workshop is designed for PGY-3 and PGY-4 Neurology Residents.
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:
- Identify appropriate patient indications and selection criteria for use of spinal cord stimulation, dorsal root ganglion stimulation, deep brain stimulation, and intrathecal drug delivery.
- Describe the mechanisms of implantable neuromodulation therapies.
- Define contraindications to implantable neuromodulation therapies.
- Describe measures and methods to identify, limit, and manage biologic, technical, and hardware-related complications of implantable neuromodulation therapies.
- Discuss management and dosing of intrathecal drugs and delivery methods.
Workshop participants are selected by an application process. Registration and attendance at the NANS Annual Meeting is a requirement for participation in this workshop.
Attendees of the Workshop will be Provided:
- Two night's stay (room and tax) on Wednesday, January 22 and Thursday, January 23 at the LINQ Resort and Casino
- Additional nights at the hotel for the 2020 NANS Annual Meeting will be at the fellow's own expense (at a discounted hotel rate)
- Round-trip airfare (nonrefundable coach)
- Transportation between the Oquendo Center and the LINQ Resort and Casino
The application deadline is September 13, 2019.
Bryan C. Hoelzer, MD
Enhancing Patients Success with Implantable Therapies
David A. Provenzano, MD
Cancer Pain and Intrathecal Therapy
Ashwin Viswanathan, MD
Deep Brain Stimulation and Intracranial Ablation for Movement Disorders
Andrew Ko, MD
Neuromodulation for Epilepsy
Christopher T. Skidmore, MD
Epilepsy Management: Patient Selection for VNS, RNS, and Surgical Resection
Christopher T. Skidmore, MD
Working Lunch: Matching the Right Therapy with the Right Patient
Robert M. Levy, MD PhD
Chronic Pain Management - Patient Selection for SCS and Ablative Therapies
Scott J. Pello, MD
Management, Patient Selection, and Outcomes in Intrathecal Therapies (Pain/Spasticity)
Ajay Antony, MD
Chronic Headache & Facial Pain Management - Patient Selection for Botox and Neuromodulation
Mark Burish, MD PhD
PD and ET Management: Patient selection for Deep Brain Stimulation and Case Reviews
Era K. Hanspal, MD; Jennifer Durphy, MD
Faculty and Presentations subject to change.
- Neuromodulation for Advanced Implantable Therapies: A Hands-On Cadaver Course for Pain Fellows
- Neuromodulation for Advanced Implantable Therapies: A Hands-On Cadaver Course for Neurosurgery Residents and Fellows
- Hands-On Cadaver Course for Engineers
- Certificate of Attendance: Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
- Certificate of Attendance: Advanced Neuraxial Neuromodulation