About the North American Neuromodulation Society's Annual Meeting

Letter from the Scientific Program Chairs

With great excitement and anticipation, we are thrilled to invite you to the NANS 25th Annual Meeting! The 2022 Meeting: Neuromodulation, the Next Generation, will bring together experts to novices- to meet and collaborate, to connect and innovate- to continue advancing the field of Neuromodulation. The Annual Meeting will be held January 13–15, 2022, at the Walt Disney Swan and Dolphin!

The 2022 Annual Meeting will showcase the latest advances in the field through cutting edge plenary sessions, presentations, industry updates and oral abstract presentations. There will also be an interactive exhibit hall featuring the latest technological breakthroughs in the field.  Throughout the meeting, there will be ample time to meet with colleagues, friends, and future collaborators during poster sessions, evening receptions and breaks in our exhibit hall. Attendees can also look forward to hearing from many leaders in the field as well as new colleagues who are impacting the field of neuromodulation through new innovations in their clinical practices, research and engagement within NANS itself.

This year’s meeting will offer several opportunities for pre-meeting education; including a pre-conference course directed by Advanced practice providers focusing on their role in neuromodulation practices. In addition, the highly rated hands-on cadaver course for pain medicine fellows, neurosurgical residents and engineers will be expanded even further this year and cover an expanding list of topics!

On Thursday, January 13, NANS will also once again host the I3 Forum. This year’s Forum will focus on the “Ecosystem of Neuromodulation.”

During this year meeting, NANS will also introduce a novel course dedicated to practice managers, focusing on educating office staff on a variety of topics ranging from billing and compliance to management and infrastructure. One aim of the course is to course allows us to take advantage of the family-oriented nature of our meeting venue and provide an opportunity for more individuals from clinics, departments, and relevant medical offices to attend the conference as a team.

Plenary sessions will cover a broad range of topics and highlight the latest groundbreaking research in the field. Leading experts will present topics of interest covering the latest trends and provide updates on ongoing trials and future developments. This year’s concurrent sessions will also provide in-depth coverage of major topics of interest in the field and offer opportunities to engage in thoughtful discussions with peers.

We anticipate this to be a memorable educational and collaborative experience for all.  We look forward to the opportunity to reconnect with colleagues, members, and friends in person at the NANS Annual Meeting, the premier meeting for advancing the science and practice of neuromodulation!

Joshua Rosenow, MD
Lawrence Poree, MD PhD
Susan Moeschler, MD
Ellen Air, MD
2022 Annual Meeting Scientific Program Committee Co-Chairs
Corey Hunter, MD
Stephanie Vanterpool, MD MBA
Joshua Prager, MD

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