The comprehensive procedures hands-on lab provides attendees the ability to choose their own instruction. The unique course structure features small-group instruction on any techniques in our Practice Guidelines for Spinal Diagnostic & Treatment Procedures requested (neuromodulation is excluded). This course contains hands-on lab instruction only; no lectures are provided.
Hands-On Lab Training
The Racz Lab offers superior training for pain management physicians and hands-on experience with many of the latest techniques in pain management. Please join us and improve your skills at The Interventional Pain Workshop with Dr. Gabor Racz.
Dr. Racz’s Interventional Pain Workshop is interactive, incorporating open dialog for physicians to learn from one another. This open format allows for the sharing of knowledge and experience of pain management. Lectures are followed by Q&A sessions, and all attendees will receive hands-on training involving several pain management techniques. You can learn, perfect your skills, and share your knowledge with other professionals all in one location.
The workshop brings together luminary physicians to teach and share relevant topics about current pain management techniques. Attendees will attend lectures given by experienced pain management professionals. Topics include procedures to address neck and back pain, such as Epidural Lysis of Adhesions.
We offer dinner and drinks to enjoy with other attendees, while discussing topics related to your scope of practice. This private dinner gives the teaching physicians and the attendees a better opportunity to become acquainted with one another and converse on a more personal level.
Attendees are exposed to multiple surgical rooms with cadavers and fluoroscopic imaging, providing realistic training on procedures taught by experienced physicians. Cadaver training provides the most realistic platform for physicians to practice procedures that they will implement in their practice. The main focus of these workshops is to increase physicians’ confidence to the highest level, allowing them to perform these life changing procedures with optimal safety.
Hands-on training sets the standard for educating physicians for any procedure. The Racz lab provides all attendees the needed time to perform all of the procedures demonstrated and introduce safer procedural techniques. This non-rushed approach provides attendees with confidence, knowing they can perform these novel techniques in their practice.
Our Director of Reimbursement and Physician Services discusses current coding and billing topics relevant to pain management procedures. This lecture helps physicians and their staff obtain better understanding of payor policies, procedure coding, and overall practice management.
Performing cervical interventional procedures is not simply moving from the back to the neck; the structures present a completely new skill set and a higher level of precision and care. This course has been developed as an introduction to cervical injections. Containing 8 hours of hands-on lab training, 4 hours of lecture and breakout session, and 1 hour of time dedicated to discussion between instructors and attendees. This course is an introduction to cervical injection techniques.
Hands-On Lab Training
Lectures and Breakouts
We are the Largest Pain Management Professional Organization Dedicated to Advancing an Integrative Model of Pain Care
For almost 30 years, our mission has remained the same: To improve the lives of people with pain by advancing a person-centered, integrative model of pain care through evidence-guided education, credentialing, and advocacy that is now defined as “best practice” in the National Pain Strategy published by NIH. Read more
ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2017 returns to the city where modern anesthesia was born, Boston. On October 16, 1846, the world of medicine was forever changed when William T.G. Morton administered the first anesthetic for a successful surgical procedure at Boston’s Massachusetts General Hospital.
Be at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on October 21-25 to take full advantage of five information-packed days of learning, networking and discovering the latest in anesthesia.
NEW! Arrive early and attend the International Forum on Perioperative Safety & Quality. Learn more.
Who Should Exhibit ?
If your company produces devices, pharmaceuticals, educational materials or other applications that would benefit a pain management physician, patient or
other health care provider who specializes in pain management, this would be an ideal meeting for you!
Hyatt Regency Dallas, 300 Reunion Blvd, Dallas, TX 75207 (Exhibit Hall will be on Exhibition Level, Cumberland I, J, K, L)
Expected Attendance: 185+
Table Top Rates:
$500 – Non-profit Organizations
$1,500 – Commercial Businesses Early Bird Rate (Before August 1, 2017)
$1,750 – Commercial Businesses Regular Rate (August 1, 2017 and after)
Please note all exhibitors will receive the following benefits:
• Name & link on meeting page of TPS website
• Pre & post program mailing list of attendees (does not include email addresses)
• Recognition in final printed meeting program
• Exhibitor ribbon on name badges
• (2) complimentary reps per booth ($100 per rep after)
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On behalf of the Board of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP®), it is our privilege and pleasure to invite you to attend this comprehensive Regenerative Medicine Review Course. The course will run November 3-5, 2017 in Las Vegas, NV at the Four Seasons and the state-of-the-art Oquendo Center. This unique course is designed to prepare physicians for the ABIPP Competency Examination. It meets the continuing needs of interventionalists, based on input and needs assessment over the years and are cutting edge educational programs. It entails one day of didactic courses and 1½ days of hands-on workshops covering various aspects of regenerative medicine
Have you ever wondered how interventional radiologists with years of experience view radiographs, CT scans and MRI images of the spine? From the start, they know the specificity and sensitivity limitations of the imaging tools in their toolbox, and at a glance they have become adept at recognizing findings that correlate with pain syndromes or warn of sinister disease. Imagine how you can take your interventional skills to the next level with that degree of diagnostic confidence.
You will build this confidence in small groups, systematically studying images from actual cases that have challenged and informed your instructors’ abilities. Over the course of the weekend, you will develop an eye for systematically examining large data sets, filtering out extraneous information, and focusing on critical findings, increasing your recognition of subtle findings which may indicate disease and degenerative phenomena that may be associated with typical axial and radicular pain syndromes.
Elevate your entire practice by bringing your mid-level colleagues with you to experience this one-of-a-kind course. Learning together will greatly enhance your team’s effectiveness while you learn what to look for to keep your patients safe.