Sensory Disturbances in CRPS: The Robert G. Addison, MD Award Presentation
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a debilitating and very painful condition characterized by sensory, autonomic and motor abnormalities. The condition and sensory disturbances may spread beyond the initial site of injury. The pathophysiology is poorly understood and probably involve multiple mechanisms including neuro-immune interactions, exaggerated neurogenic inflammation, changes in sympathetic function and changes in nociceptive processing. Findings regarding the involvement of changes in nociceptive processing have accumulated over the past decade. Dr. Knudsen will provide an overview of these findings and discuss the consequence of these for our understanding of CRPS.
Nociceptive Processing in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS): The Robert G. Addison, MD Award Presentation
Lone Knudsen, MSc Psych PhD
The Neurobiology of Placebo Analgesia: How Expectation Modulates Pain
Howard L. Fields, MD PhD
Keynote Address - Opioid Crisis: HHS Strategy and Advancing Pain Management
Vanila M. Singh, MD MACM
- Describe the spread of sensory disturbances in CRPS.
- Describe the contribution of changes in nociceptive processing to CRPS
- Participants will be able to identify and describe the US Department of Health and Human Services 5-Point Strategy to Combat the Opioid Crisis
- Participants will be able to identify and describe key points of the Pain Management Best Practices Inter-Agency Task Force draft report