This course is intended for physicians who have some experience in interventional pain management. The diagnostic and therapeutic approach to the patient suffering from chronic low back pain will be reviewed. The technical skill of common interventional spine pain procedures will be reviewed on live and cadaveric models with ultrasound and fluoroscopy. Day one of this two-day course will take place in the form of didactic and interactive lectures. There will be a focus on the basic science of anatomy, pathophysiology, and epidemiology of common low back pain conditions. This will serve as a foundation for course primary objective: Developing a diagnostic approach and improving the participant’s understanding of therapeutic interventions for common lumbar spine pain conditions.
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