Specialized Courses in the Management of Pain

Specialized courses in pain management

Become one of the best professionals in pain management

Access to the most complete training in the field of pain. These courses have been created by and for physicians, with an adapted learning program to turn you into one of the best professionals in your specialty.

Become a member and enjoy current training contents taught by the best faculty in an interactive and 100% educational environment.

Comprehensive advanced training course in pain management 2021-2022

We put at your disposal specific training so you can decide which ones to train on. Choose among all the options the courses in which you want to specialize and start your online training to become one of the best professions in your specialty.

Updates on Peripheral Neuropathic Pain. Importance of early topical treatment

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Juan Pérez Cajaraville. Pain Unit Director. HM Hospitales.

• Dr. Joaquín Insausti Valdivia. Pain Unit. Hospital HM Puerta del Sur, Móstoles, Madrid.

• Dr. Victor Mayoral. Pain Unit Coordinator. Hospital Universitario de Bellvitge, Barcelona.

Radiofrequency techniques in post-surgical chronic pain syndromes

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Manuel Herrero Trujillano. Multidisciplinary Cancer Pain Unit Director. Hospital Madrid Norte Sanchinarro.

• Dr. Carlos Tornero Tornero. Anesthesiology Unit Director. Hospital Clínico Universitario de Valencia.

Interventional treatment in craniofacial and cervicogenic pain

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Moises Vasquez Caicedo. Pain Unit. Hospitales Quirón Salud Madrid y Toledo.

• Dr. José Miguel Esparza- Miñana. Pain Unit Coordinator. Hospital de Manises, Valencia.

Percutaneous disc decompression with Quantum Molecular Resonance technology

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Moises Vásquez Caicedo. Pain Unit. Hospitales Quirón Salud Madrid y Toledo.

• Dr. Agustín Mendiola De La Osa. Pain Unit Coordinator. Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro Majadahonda, Madrid.

Navigation tools in the epidural space for the treatment of canal stenosis and post-laminectomy syndrome

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Joaquín Insausti Valdivia. Pain Unit. Hospital HM Puerta del Sur, Móstoles, Madrid.

• Dr. Juan Pérez Cajaraville. Pain Unit Director. HM Hospitales.

Clinical orientation to the diagnosis of chronic pelvic pain I. Update on pharmacological and interventional management

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Jonatan Pérez Toro: Pain Unit Coordinator. Hospital Universitario de Torrejón, Madrid

• Dra. Sandra Martínez Rodriguez: Pain Unit. Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro, Majadahonda, Madrid.

• Dr. Augusto Pereira Sánchez: Pelvic Pain Committee Coordinator. Gynecology Unit, Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro Majadahonda, Madrid.

Clinical orientation to the diagnosis of chronic pelvic pain II. Psychopathological and sexological aspects. Rehabilitative treatment.

Speakers:

 

• Almudena Mateos González. Health psychologist. Psychology Center “Positivamente”.

• Dra. Noelia García. Physical Medicine Unit & Rehabilitation. Hospital Universitario de Torrejón, Madrid.

• Dra. Ingrid Pérez Martínez. Ginecoly. Hospital Universitario de Torrejón

Ultrasound-guided injections in pain associated with spasticity: cervical area and upper limb

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Jesús de Santiago Moraga. Anesthesiology Unit. Hospital Quirón de Tenerife.

• Dr. Jenaro Mañero Rey. Pain Unit. Clínica Sagrada Familia de Barcelona.

Ultrasound-guided injections in pain associated with spasticity: lumbar area and lower limb

Speakers:

 

• Dra. María Luz Padilla Del Rey. Pain Unit. Hospital Santa Lucía de Cartagena.

• Dr. Jenaro Mañero Rey. Pain Unit. Clínica Sagrada Familia de Barcelona.

Fixed-flow intrathecal infusion pump for the treatment and follow-up of patients with pain and spasticity

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Manuel Herrero Trujillano. Multidisciplinary Cancer Pain Unit Director. Hospital Madrid Norte Sanchinarro.

• Dra. María Luz Padilla Del Rey. Pain Unit. Hospital Santa Lucía de Cartagena.

Programmable implantable intrathecal pump for cancer pain. A device adapted to the patient pain with a personalized and safe therapy

Speakers:

 

• Dra. María Luz Padilla Del Rey. Pain Unit. Hospital Santa Lucía de Cartagena.

• Dr. César Gregorio Muñoz Sánchez- Miguel. Sº Oncología médica HM Hospitales.

• Isaac Peña Vergara. Pain Unit Coordinator. Hospital Virgen del Rocío de Sevilla.

Intrathecal Ziconotida: Back to the Future

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Joaquín Insausti Valdivia. Pain Unit. Hospital HM Puerta del Sur, Móstoles, Madrid.

• Dra. María Luz Cánovas Martínez. Pain Unit Coordinator. Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Ourense.

High frequency spinal cord neurostimulation HF10. Mechanisms of action and waveform modalities

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Agustín Mendiola De La Osa. Pain Unit Coordinator. Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro Majadahonda, Madrid.

• Dr. José Cid Calzada. Coordinador U. Dolor Hospital Universitario de Toledo.

Overcoming obstacles in the posterior cords of the medula during the implantation and repositioning of epidural electrodes

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Juan Pérez Cajaraville. Pain Unit Director. HM Hospitales.

• Dr. Agustín Mendiola De La Osa. Pain Unit Coordinator. Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro Majadahonda, Madrid.

Anatomical algorithms for a personalized stimulation. What to do when there seem to be no more solutions for the patient?

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Moises Vasquez Caicedo. Pain Unit. Hospitales Quirón Salud Madrid y Toledo.

• Dr. José Manuel Trinidad Martin- Arroyo. Coordinador U. Dolor Hospital Puerta del Mar, Cadiz.

Differential Target Multiplexed therapy. A solution for back pain

Speakers:

 

• Dr. Agustín Mendiola De La Osa. Pain Unit Coordinator. Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro Majadahonda, Madrid.

• Dr. José Manuel Trinidad Martin- Arroyo. Coordinador U. Dolor Hospital Puerta del Mar, Cadiz.

Peripheral neurostimulation in neuropathic pain

Speakers:

• Dr. Manuel Herrero Trujillano. Multidisciplinary Cancer Pain Unit Director. Hospital Madrid Norte Sanchinarro.

• Dr. Rogelio Rosado Caracena. Pain Unit Coordinator. Hospital FREMAP, Madrid.

Micro wireless neurostimulation

Speakers:

• Dr. José Emilio Llopis Calatayud. Jefe Sº Anestesiología Hospital Universitario de la Ribera, Valencia.

Advantages of Being a Member of Pain Institute of Spain

Continuing Education

Training over a year to get used to the proper management of pain treatments with the aim of positioning them as first-line options to improve your patients quality of life.

Specific Courses

Specialized training programs in the pain management carried out by distinguished faculty for physicians of the future.

Continous Assessment

Close support from the speakers to solve doubts and enhance knowledgement during the training period.

Internal Communication

Series of common contents to interact with colleagues and speakers through the web platform as well to generate debates and propose agendas.

Self-manageable Courses

Decide when and where you want to learn due to the online courses modality.

Pain Community

Interact and create relationships with the largest pain community in Spain and Latin America.

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