Chronic pain and centralised pain mechanisms:
old and new therapies
|Date||Wednesday 4 October 2017
|Venue||Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
|Organised by||Rheumatology & Rehabilitation Section|
|Accreditation||2 CPD Points‹|
about this event
This evening event with multidisciplinary speakers will outline the best practice for pharmacological and non pharmacological treatments for chronic pain.
It will provide delegates with an insight into the new practice of rTSM (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation as an option for treatment.
Mr Richmond Stace, Pain Physiotherapist, Lister Hospital
Dr Rafael Euba, Consultant and Senior Lecturer in Old Age Psychiatry, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust and rTMS Consultant, The London Psychiatry Centre.
- Know about the current best practice for pharmacological management of chronic pain
- Understand the place of physiotherapy as an intervention for chronic pain
- Know about the potential impact of on chronic pain of the novel use of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTSM)
early bird price
Available until Wednesday 13 September 2017
RSM members: £5 – £15
Non members: £10 – £25
*Tickets include tea and coffee