Interventional Pain Management Techniques
Using Fluoroscopic Guidance and Ultrasound: A Cadaver Hands-on Workshop

February 24 - 26, 2017

San Antonio, Texas


Course Overview

As a practicing physician in comprehensive pain management, you know about the advantages of studying and applying minimally-invasive interventional pain techniques and how these specialized procedures help you enhance lives on a daily basis.

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, there are an estimated 76.5 million Americans suffering from chronic pain. By attending one of Dannemiller's premier sponsored courses, the Interventional Pain Management Techniques Using Fluoroscopic Guidance and Ultrasound: A Hands-On Workshop, you can expand your knowledge on how to treat this pain and learn about the latest techniques the field has to offer.

This live model and cadaver course is designed for physicians who are skilled at performing basic injection techniques and wanting to improve their procedural knowledge and ability to perform interventional procedures and add new procedures to their repertoire.

This workshop, which takes place in San Antonio, Texas, February 24-26, 2017, is an applied-learning course designed specifically for physicians interested in providing the most proper treatment for their pain patients. Dannemiller is pleased to offer this educational event that can assist you in furthering your knowledge-base and skills in the specialty of interventional pain management. We will be using live model demonstrations for the ultrasound portion of the course and cadavers for the fluoroscopic portion.

Throughout the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to get answers to their questions from pain management experts.

Please join Dannemiller and your colleagues for this intensive learning experience. Registration is limited, so sign up today!

Workshop location:
LinronĀ Bioskills Training Institute
5711 Northwest Parkway
San Antonio, TX 78249

You can contact with any questions or Call Maria Courtney at 210-641-8311