tir. 05. sep.|
Rigshospitalet Glostrup, (festsalen)
Treatment of Pain in dystonia and spasticity patients
Time and place
05. sep. 09.00 – 16.00
Rigshospitalet Glostrup, (festsalen), Nordstjernevej, 2600 Glostrup, Danmark
About the course
The participants should at the end of the course have gained knowledge and competencies to independently identify problems in relation to the treatment of pain in dystonia and spasticity patients. Being able to distinguish between different types of pain (nociceptive, central and peripheral neuropathic pain, mixed pain, idiopathic pain). To know when and how to treat peripheral neuropathic pain with Botulinum toxin.
To evaluate the treatment response and adjust the subsequent treatment. The participants will know when and how to involve relevant interdisciplinary partners and will have knowledge about relevant aids for optimal treatment results.
Participants: Doctors working with the treatment of chronic pain in dystonia and spasticity patients. The participants may be neurologist, neuropediatricians, orthopedic surgeons, anesthesiologist, rehabilitation doctors, neurophysiologists.
Number of participants:
12 - 18
1000 DKR Attendance to the course. Coffee breaks. Lunch
Payment by banktransfer must be completed before the registration is considered complete.
Any fees for banktransfer must be paid by the participant
Bank: Danske Bank.
Registrationnumber: 9570 Accountnumber: 12594925
BIC (SWIFT-adresse): DABADKKK
On www.SKANDYSPAS.com deadline 01.08.23
Rigshospitalet Glostrup Nordstjernevej (Festsalen) 2600 Glostrup Denmark
09.00-09.15: Welcome and introduction 09.15-10.15: Pain Pathophysiology. Post.doc Research Fellow Jan Rosner 10.15.10.30: Break 10.30-11.00: Clinical differentiation between types of pain, including relevant assessment. Post.doc Research Fellow Jan Rosner 11.00-12.00: Pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment, including international and national treatment guidelines and evaluation of treatment response. Post.doc Research Fellow Jan Rosner 12.00-12.45: Lunch 12.45-13.15: Potential mechanisms of action in relation to Botulinum toxin type A in pain management. Phd student Marc Klee 13.15-13.45: Botulinum toxin type A treatment – who, when and how. Phd student Marc Klee 13.45-14.00: Break 14.00-14.20: Therapeutic approach to neuropathic pain treatment. OT Peter Vögele 14.20-14.45: Psychological approach to neuropathic pain treatment. Psychologist Simon Møller Salomon 14.45-15.45: Video cases and interaction with the participants. Senior Consultant Bo Biering- Sørensen 15.45-16.00: Summary and Evaluation