Identify Sessions of Interest with Special Topic Tracks

The AAPM35 Program Committee has designed special topic tracks to help you navigate the AAPM 35th Annual Meeting program and select sessions that are most relevant to your practice. Five tracks will run throughout the meeting.

Procedural and Surgical Interventions Track

Sessions included will feature newer interventional approaches and include pro/con debates that address various treatments and implantable devices, such as stem cell therapy, radiofrequency, spinal cord stimulation, sacral nerve stimulation, neuromodulation, and other surgical and nonsurgical treatments of various pain conditions including back pain, complex regional pain syndrome, headache, leg pain, neuropathic pain, spinal pain, and pelvic pain.

Procedural and Surgical Interventions Track sessions:

Pain Treatment for Special Populations Track

Sessions included will focus on providing pain care to various special patient populations including the cancer, athlete, obese, adolescent, elderly, and military/veteran patient, among others. Sessions in this track also will address clinicians coping with burnout.

Research: New & Translational Track

Sessions included will highlight new techniques and methodologies used to treat patients and report and analyze treatment outcomes.

Behavioral Medicine/Pain Psychology Track

Sessions will highlight the critical role pain psychology plays in successfully treating the pain patient from a multidisciplinary, team-based approach.

Headache Track

Sessions will focus on the interdisciplinary and interventional treatment of headaches and facial pain.