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AAPM 38th Annual Meeting - Enduring Content

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AAPM 2022 Annual Meeting Enduring Content: Today and Tomorrow in Pain Medicine: Innovations and Practical Applications

The AAPM 38th Annual Meeting held March 17-20, 2022, included over 50 educational sessions and events highlighting the most relevant and timely topics in pain medicine. The enduring content provides you access to a curated portion of those sessions. These recordings feature experts from around the country discussing the full spectrum of multidisciplinary care pain treatments.

*NOTE: Specific presentations within a session may not be available or may be audio only if the presenter has confidential patient information or otherwise declines to be recorded.

A full list of session topics and speakers are included below, and highlights include:
•Critical Components of Multidisciplinary Care
•Acute Pain / Prevent Transition to Chronic
•Annual Poster Presentations
•Procedural & Surgical Interventions
•Cancer Pain
•Diagnostic and Imaging Sciences
•Integrative Care
•Pain Treatment for Special Patient Population
•Regenerative Medicine
•Physical and Behavioral Therapies
•Advanced Practitioner Practice Sessions
•Low Back Pain - The Full Spectrum

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