Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) affects as many as 30% of people worldwide. The co-occurence of complex CPP in patients with multiple other common chronic pain conditions is under recognized. A multidisciplinary faculty will describe the assessment and treatment of complex CPP and present new insights into its pathophysiology as well as new treatment modalities.
New Insights into Neurological Disorders Associated with Complex Pelvic Pain: Impact on Assessment and Treatment
Charles E. Argoff, MD
How Can Neuromodulation Be Effectively Incorporated into the Treatment of the Person with Complex Chronic Pelvic Pain
Julie Pilitsis, MD PhD
Complex Chronic Pelvic Pain: Principles of Assessment and Treatment
- Evaluate the person presenting with CPP in general as well specifically for the management of their painful symptoms upon completion of this session.
- Treat the person with CPP in a multidisciplinary manner upon completion of this session.
- Recognize and evaluate the person with CPP for specific underlying diagnoses that may assist in their improving treatment outcome upon completion of this session.
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