The following presentations were recorded during the Neuromodulation Cadaver Course for Advanced Implantable Therapies: A Hands-On Course for Residents and Fellows on January 19, 2017. Each video features audio synchronized to the presenter’s slides/visual presentation. Please note you must download the video to view the slide deck and audio presentation.
Chengyuan Wu, MD, MSBmE
Thomas Jefferson University
Integration of Specialties
This presentation provides an overview of the history and development of specialization, the importance of the integration of specialties, the role of integration in Neuromodulation, and how to integrate across specialties in your own practice.
David Provenzano, MD
Pain Diagnostics and Interventional Care
Enhancing Patients Success with Implantable Therapies
• Describe methods to enhance patient selection
• List patient important selection variables
• Identify important equipment decisions
• Define perioperative care decisions
Michael A. Fishman, MD, MBA
Center for Interventional Pain & Spine
Psychological Considerations in Neuromodulation
This presentation describes the importance of psychological considerations in neuromodulation. The biopsychosocial model of pain, patient selection, the behavioral pain evaluation, the expectations for treatment, and the evidence for screening are discussed.
Jonathan Carlson, MD
Current and Upcoming Technology in Stimulation
This presentation provides an overview of the following technologies in stimulation:
• HF10 SCS
• DRG Stimulation
• Burst SCS
• ECAP – Closed Loop SCS
• Less Invasive PNS