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Pain Medicine 2022

Welcome Message

We cordially invite all the eminent scientists, young researchers, business delegates, academicians, presenters and students from all over the worldwide to take part in the “6th International Conference on Anesthesia and Pain Medicine” which will be held on June 13-14, 2022 in Zurich, Switzerland on the theme Latest Advancements in Anesthesia and Pain Medicine”. This conference aims to provide practical knowledge and skills for anaesthesiologists and pain specialists to apply anesthesia and state of the art pain process more effectively and safely.

About Conference


Pain Medicine 2022 provides a centralized platform for researchers, health care providers, medical students, surgeons, surgery specialists, pain management physicians, critical care, and pain management. The 2-day event program on pain medicine will organize conference on broader basis, Global Events inclusive of 300+ Conferences, 500+ Upcoming and Previous Symposiums, technical sessions and sub-sessions on innovative researchers in the field of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine across the globe.

The Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine conference features a designed programme that will offer a global platform for all anaesthesia specialists to gain insight on the most advanced techniques across the field of anaesthesiology. Through the inclusion of a pain management focused symposium, delegates will understand how to provide effective medicine to address chronic as well as acute pain in patients and understands practical constraints in improving healthcare.

Target Audience:

  • Chief/Head/Consultant Anaesthesiologists/ Anaesthetists
  • Allied healthcare professionals - Anaesthesia Technicians/ Nurses (Anaesthetists)
  • Critical Care/ICU Nurses
  • Pain medicine consultants/ specialists and intensivists
  • Pharmacists Intensive care physicians
  • Institutes-Medical Schools Students
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Business Entrepreneurs

Why to attend:

Pain Medicine 2022 is an international platform for presenting research about diagnosis, prevention and management and exchanging ideas about it and thus, contributes to the dissemination of knowledge in Anesthesia and Pain Medicine for the benefit of both the academia and business.

The organizing committee of this Pain Medicine Conference is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. 

Benefits of Attending:

  • Gain practical skills on how to efficiently manage chronic and acute pain
  • Evaluate the international and regional challenges associated with organ transplantation and debate how best to overcome these
  • It’s a platform for presenting your up-to-date research and consider the key elements of the ERAS pathway and acknowledge how to address these to improve patient recovery and care
  • Regulate the best course of action to ensure safety in anaesthesia practice

Sessions and Tracks

Sessions 1: Pain Medicine

The specialty of Pain Medicine may be a limitation within the sector of drugs that's concerned with the prevention of pain, and therefore the evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of persons in pain. Some conditions may have pain and identical symptoms arising from a discrete cause, like postoperative pain or pain related to a malignancy or could also be conditions during which pain constitutes the first complication, like neuropathic pains or headaches.A pain medication is defined mainly as any medication that relieves pain.

The main forms of medication are:

  • Over-the-counter drug
  • Opioids
  • Anti-epileptic drugs
  • Anti-depressants

Recommended Associations & Societies: University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | Pain Resource Centre | American Academy of Pain Management | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Headache Foundation | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia.

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Sessions 2: Anesthetics

An anesthetic is a drug to foresee pain meanwhile surgery. Anesthetic causes a loss of sensation or perception. Regardless of an increase in the complexity of surgical operations, modern anaesthesia is safe due to high standards of training that emphasise quality and safety. A wide range of drugs are recycled in present anesthetic practice. 

Anesthetics are of following group:

  • Local anaesthesia
  • Regional anaesthesia
  • Sedation
  • General anaesthesia

Recommended Associations & Societies: American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | American Academy of Pain Management | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | U.S. Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Headache Foundation | National Pain Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia

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Sessions 3: Cardiac Anaesthesia

Cardiac Anaesthesiology provides anaesthesia and preoperative care for Cardiac and Thoracic surgical patients. Cardiothoracic anaesthesiology deals with the anesthesia aspects of care related to surgical cases such as cardiopulmonary bypass surgery, Coronary heart disease, lung operations, and other operations associated the human chest. Apart from this, the department provides critical care services to the sick patients and various procedures performed which include coronary angioplasties, device closure for atrial septal defect, patent ductus arteriosus, pacemaker implantation and radiofrequency ablation. They manage your pain during the immediate post-operative period to make you as comfortable as possible and provides expert consultation on many issues pertaining to your care, including pain management, anticoagulation, and airway management.

Recommended Associations & Societies: Chronic Pain Australia | Pain Relief Foundation | American Academy of Pain Management | National Pain Foundation | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Headache Foundation

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Sessions 4: Pediatric Anaesthesia

Treatment of Pediatric critical care deserves confined consideration based upon  physiological, anatomical and pharmacological differences than that of adults. Anesthetist will experience several challenges when taking care for sufferer as their work involves more than simply adjusting frequency of dosage and equipment for smaller patients. It is responsible for the general anesthesia, sedation, and pain management needs of infants and children. Basically in neonates the alteration in body composition based upon clinical conclusions such as drug build upon on redistribution into fat for termination will have a longer clinical effect, drug redistributed into muscles will also have a major clinical effect, hydrophilic drug also have longer clinical effect.

Recommended Associations & Societies: American Academy of Pain Management | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Australia | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Pain Resource Centre | National Headache Foundation | Emerging Solutions in Pain | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation

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Sessions 5: Surgery Anesthesia

Advancements and inventions in anesthesia have extensively bettered the element of life of cases.  During this stage eye movements slow, then stop, the patient is unconscious ready for surgery. The drug is commenced in airway complement, Labour analgesia, fiber optics, ocular surgery.  The advanced executions used are ultrasound, Modified nasal trumpet for airway operation, Raman spectroscopy, Video laryngoscope devices and automated delivery of oxygen and anesthetic medicines.

Recommended Associations & Societies: University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | Pain Resource Centre | American Academy of Pain Management | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Headache Foundation | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia.

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Sessions 6: Anesthetics Impact on Brains

Anesthetics drugs primarily act on receptors located in the brain to change their oscillations in the brain circuits in particular ways thereby preventing neurons in different brain regions from communicating with each other and leading to a state of consciousness that it is much more similar to a coma than to sleep. Anesthetics exert their amnesic, anesthetic and analgesic effects by acting on various neuronal membrane proteins in the central nervous system. The selection of applicable anaesthesia medicines and protocol is obligatory especially in cases with pre-existing central nervous system diseases to expand anaesthesia effectiveness and insure patient safety.

Recommended Associations & Societies: American Academy of Pain Management | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Australia | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Pain Resource Centre | National Headache Foundation | Emerging Solutions in Pain | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation

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Sessions 7: Spinal Anesthesia

Spinal anaesthesia is a form of local anaesthesia which involves injection of an anaesthetic drug into the subarachnoid space. It is helpful for procedures below the umbilicus. The pain is obtained when bone changes its position and put pressure on the Spinal nerves which leads to a spinal disorder. The complexities combine with it are headachehypotension, nerve damage, urinary retention, focal neurological deflect. Spinal anaesthesia is an essential technique in the practice of modern anaesthesia.

Recommended Associations & Societies: University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | Pain Resource Centre | American Academy of Pain Management | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Headache Foundation | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia.

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Sessions 8: Pain Research and Management

The goal of pain research is to acquire new knowledge on the diagnosis, mechanisms and treatment of pain. Pain Management provides relief the entire tremor. Pain is categorized in different categorize such as throbbing, aching, chronic pain, nerve pain, psychogenic pain, abdominal pain, joint pain, spinal fusion or described in many other ways. Pain anaesthesia is used to relieve the discomfort associated with surgery, disease or injury.Everyone experiences pain differently. Pain may come on suddenly (acute). Pain relievers used often to eradicate pain. Pain medication also have some side effects as acetaminophen can be toxic to liver, whereas NSAIDS may cause bleeding of stomach in order to lower this possibility it must be taken with food.

Recommended Associations & Societies: American Academy of Pain Management| University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Australia | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain| Pain Resource Centre |National Headache Foundation | Emerging Solutions in Pain | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation

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Sessions 9: Advances in Internal Medicine

Internal medicine is a medical aspect in which physicians apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to diagnose and treat adults with health concerns and diseases. A doctor who has specialized in internal medicine is named as an internists or physicians.The treatment of patient’s conditions that affect the internal organs such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, lung disease, and obesity will be treated by the general internist. The specialist in Internal medicine often care for patient well-being with complex, chronic, and multisystem disorders. Internists may work with doctors in other medical specialties or consult with patients referred by another specialist. Physicians are skilled with the medication of patients who have undifferentiated or multi-system disease processes.

Recommended Associations & Societies: American Academy of Pain Management| University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Australia | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain| Pain Resource Centre |National Headache Foundation | Emerging Solutions in Pain | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation

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Sessions 10: Headache and Migraine

Headache and migraine are among the most common causes of pangs and pains. A headache or a pain that occurs in the head or neck which is generally safe and can come under two orders common headaches and migraines.

 Migraines are generally combined with perceptivity to sound, light, and smells. This type of headache includes only one side of the head but in some cases may have pain bilaterally. Migraines are generally treated with medicines. There are two orders of drug used to treat migraines

  • Acute treatment for pain and other problems during a migraine headache.
  • Preventive treatment is performed to reduce the frequency and severity of migraines.

Recommended Associations & Societies: University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance| World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | Pain Resource Centre | American Academy of Pain Management | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Headache Foundation | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia.

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Sessions 11:  Orthopedics

Orthopedics is the beneficial aspect that notices wounds and illness of the patient's body musculoskeletal framework. Orthopedics has extended beyond the treatment of fractures, strained muscles, broken bones, torn ligaments and tendons and other traumatic injuries. Treatments for orthopedic conditions will differ depending on the problem for each patient. Still, orthopedic treatments have some common pretensions and approaches. In general, this includes correcting physical problems, relieving symptoms, perfecting quality of life, and precluding unborn problems.

Recommended Associations & Societies: American Academy of Pain Management| University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Australia | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain| Pain Resource Centre |National Headache Foundation | Emerging Solutions in Pain | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation

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Sessions 12:Chronic Pain Management

Chronic pain creates an emerging aches and pains which can be from mild to severe. Chronic pain is treated by medical process, psychological techniques or alternate therapy advancements. Chronic pain is a persistent pain lasting beyond the actual illness or injury. It is similar to a chronic disease and lasts more than acute pain. The chronic pain usually affects the person's life, changing personality, their ability to function and their overall lifestyle. Therefore, patient’s treatment goals include reducing pain, maximizing function, and improving quality of life.

Recommended Associations & Societies: Pain Relief Foundation | National Pain Foundation | American Academy of Pain Management | Pain Resource Centre | American Academy of Pain Management | American Chronic Pain Association | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | Greater Philadelphia Pain SocietyChronic Pain Association of Canada  | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain |National Headache Foundation |Chronic Pain Australia| U.S. Pain Foundation

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Sessions 13: Cancer Pain Management

The pain management includes detailed assessment of pain intensity and characteristics, appropriate use of analgesic adjuvant medication, use of diagnostic and therapeutic nerve blocks and myosfacial trigger point injections and high index of suspicion regarding tumour recurrence pain. The cancer pain is controlled by intake of medication, including aspirin-like drugs, paracetamol and opioid drugs. The maturity of people with cancer will witness pain at some time or another. People who have been cured of their cancer will continue to suffer from pain. There are different medicines and methods to control cancer pain

Recommended Associations & Societies: Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | American Academy of Pain Management | Emerging Solutions in Pain | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | American Board of Pain Medicine| Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | National Headache Foundation | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia

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Sessions 14Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is an interdisciplinary field that promotes regeneration, restoration and replacement of diseased and injured tissues and whole organs. The goal of regenerative medicine is to replace tissues or organs damaged because of disease, injury, age, or other issues. Our regenerative medicine specialists have developed these safe and effective outpatient procedures for a variety of joint, ligament, and spinal conditions. Regenerative drug treatment includes the rejuvenescence and use of remedial stem cells, tissue engineering and the product of artificial organs. 

Recommended Associations & Societies: Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | American Academy of Pain Management | Emerging Solutions in Pain | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | American Board of Pain Medicine| Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | National Headache Foundation | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia

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Sessions 15: Anaesthesia risk and assessment

Anaesthesia risks are less and safe today during surgery because of advances in science. It doesn’t mean there is no risk. In clinical proceedings, variousrisk assessment tools have been developed and are used. The risk assessment tools are normally developed using multivariable analysis of risk factors prominent to a peculiar outcome.

An anaesthetist normally directs the general anaesthetic prior to an operation. While taking general anaesthetics some risks allied but they are comparatively safe when conducted correctly. The side effects of general anaesthesia can include dizziness and nausea. The processes by which anaesthesia works are still only moderately understood.

Recommended Associations & Societies: Pain Relief Foundation | National Pain Foundation | American Academy of Pain Management | Pain Resource Centre | American Academy of Pain Management | American Chronic Pain Association | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | Greater Philadelphia Pain SocietyChronic Pain Association of Canada  | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain |National Headache Foundation |Chronic Pain Australia| U.S. Pain Foundation

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Sessions 16: Classification of pain relief analgesics

Analgesicis a drug that relieves pain without falling asleep or passing out which is also known as painkillers or pain relievers. Several various types of drugs have pain relieving propertiesand experts tend to group medications that work similarly. Analgesic pain relievers are classified into:

  • Antimigraine agents
  • Analgesic combinations
  • Narcotic analgesics
  • Cox-2 inhibitors
  • Miscellaneous analgesics
  • Narcotic analgesic combinations
  • CGRP inhibitors
  • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
  • Salicylate

Recommended Associations & Societies: Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | Pain Relief Foundation| American Academy of Pain Management | Emerging Solutions in Pain | Pain Resource Centre | American Academy of Pain Management | National Pain Foundation | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | National Headache Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia

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Sessions 17: Pain management Nursing

Nurses role in pain management is examine the site of pain and evaluate interventions. The American Society for Pain Management Nursing is an association of professional caregivers dedicated to the advancement and optimal care of people with pain including the management. Pain management nurses perform duties like these:

  • Administering medications or help to implement other therapies.
  • Encourage nurses to specialize in pain management practiceand monitor patients pain     levels.
  • Monitoring patients and handling safeguards to ensure that narcotic treatments do not become routine habit
  • Formation of standards for clinical nursing practice and nursing training in pain therapy.

Recommended Associations & Societies: Emerging Solutions in Pain | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | World Institute of Pain | Chronic Pain Australia | Emerging Solutions in Pain | American Academy of Pain Management | National Pain Foundation| University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society| National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | National Headache Foundation

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Sessions 18: Complication of Anesthesia

The complications of general anaesthesia are anaphylaxis, aspiration pneumonitis, peripheral nerve damage,damage to teeth, embolism. The specific complications of general anaesthesia are neurological deficits, hypotension, spinal block, post-dural puncture headache. The important complications of local anaesthesia are pain, bleeding and haematoma formation, Nerve injury due to direct injury, Infection, Ischaemic necrosis. Side effects related to anaesthesia affect patients for different reasons. The complications of Anesthesia depend on factors such as:

  • Current health and medical history
  • The type of anaesthesia
  • The type of procedure you have

Recommended Associations & Societies: Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | American Academy of Pain Management | Emerging Solutions in Pain | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | American Board of Pain Medicine| Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | National Headache Foundation | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia

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Market Analysis

Pain is a disturbing sensory and emotional sensation that results from tissue damage or disease. In addition, different disorders may cause discomfort, such as multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, stomach ulcer, chronic arthritis, fibromyalgia, diabetic neuropathy, and cancer. The length of pain ranges from acute pain for brief term to chronic pain for future. Acute pain can be mild and lasts for only a moment or for weeks, or months. Chronic pain is caused by aged bone & joint conditions, nerve damage, or injury. A variety of drugs is used to manage pain resulting from inflammation in response to tissue damage, chemical agents/pathogens (nociceptive pain) or nerve damage (neuropathic pain). Most drugs act by binding to protein targets on cell membranes and affecting biochemical processes of the body.

Over-the-counter pain medications are very helpful for the person affected by minor and major pain. As the over the counter are easily available without proper prescriptions and really effective to regulate the pain. The over the counter are directly sale to the buyer from the shop because the regulatory authority have examined the active ingredient which are safe to use with no prescription. The API (active pharmaceutical ingredient) use is safe because the API as skilled various stage of clinical trial. Major pain management drugs are legally passed to use by consumer and therefore the dosing is printed on the merchandise package. The over-the-counter medication are sold in many countries by general stores, supermarket. The regulatory regularly exam the standard and efficacy of treatment. Pain may be a major problem in most of the region because the population got injury by various mode like, accidental case, working with heavy stuffs, spinal dislocation, sports injury and others.

The global market for pain medicine will grow from nearly $36.1 billion in 2017 to $52.0 billion by 2022, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.6% for the period of 2017-2022.

Rise in geriatric population is the major factor that drives growth of the global pain management market as aged people are more prone to suffer from joint pain and other chronic conditions. Moreover, surge in prevalence of chronic diseases, such as cancer, diabetic neuropathy, and osteoarthritis propels the market growth. Furthermore, increases in number of surgical procedures and rise in healthcare expenditure are expected to fuel growth of the market. However, drug exploitation, patent expiration of prescription pain medication drugs, and availability of substitutes like pain relief devices restrain the market growth.

Members associated with Pain Management

Leading medical professionals, Doctors, Registered Nurses, Professors, Associate Professors, analysis fellows, Directors, Deans and plenty of additional from leading universities, corporations and medical analysis establishments, hospitals sharing their novel researches within the area of Pain Management.

Academia – 60.22%
Association and society - 55.10%
Hospital - 75.60%
Others - 27.10%

Related: University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | Chronic Pain Research Alliance | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | Pain Resource Center | American Academy of Pain Management | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society| Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Headache Foundation | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia

We are inviting all the participants for upcoming conference 6th International Conference on Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Conference which will be held on June 13-14, 2021 in Zurich, Switzerland.

Past Conference Report

Pain Medicine 2021

With the immense support of Organizing Committee we successfully hosted the “5th International Conference on Pain Management and Research” was held during April 23, 2021 | Webinar. Conference theme “Prospect on prerequisites of Pain medicine and remedies

On behalf of Organizing Committee we express our gratitude towards those who helped this conference to be successful one. We are very thankful to all the Attendees, delegates, keynote speakers, plenary speakers, business partners, poster presenter, moderators, chair and co-chair from around the globe.

The conference gave the attendees a pleasant ride through the recent advancement and new technologies delivered for the “Pain Management and Research”. This conference was thankful to its moderators: Jeffrey D Gross | Spine Nevada | USA. The conference provided beautiful insights in the field of “Pain Management and Research” by marking some remarkable speeches by the speakers

Keynote Speech:

Talk 1: The secrets of fascial tissue in healing chronic pain by Wayne Phimister | The University of British Columbia, Canada

Talk 2: Lifestyle management and prevention of Type II Diabetes by Agaezi Sonya | US-trained Doctor of Chiropractic, Canada

Scientific Sessions:

Talk 1: The psychosocial adaptation of the academic community to the abrupt implementation of distance learning during COVID-19 pandemic by Evangelia Kartsoni | Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece

Talk2: Future of intelligence in healthcare systems by Pooja M R | Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, India

Talk3: Effects of Covid-19 on otitis media with effusion in children by Broz Frajtag J | Clinical Hospital Center Zagreb, Croatia

Talk4: Mechanism-based approach for pain management by Ahmed Elhadidy | Cairo University, Egypt

Talk5:  Interventions for refractory/intractable post-traumatic headache by Ayman Tarabishy | Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

Talk6: The cutting edge of spinal regenerative medicine in 2021 by Jeffrey D Gross | Spine Nevada, USA

Video Presentations:

Talk 1: Insulin resistance as important diagnostic feature in primary care by Ellen Govers | Dutch Knowledge Centre on Obesity, Netherlands

Talk2:  Reduction of knee osteoarthritis symptoms after bariatric surgery by Amnah Ilyas Khan | Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, UK

The conference and the attendees were very pleased to have these personalities among themselves as they delivered wonderful speeches in their respective area of researches.

Conference gives proper gratitude to Organizing Committee Members  nimble of field  various external professionals  business enterprise councils and is obliged to different renowned personalities who interlocked with us and bolstered the symposium in each facet  without which the convention might now not were possible and bolstered the symposium in each facet without which the convention might now not were possible. Your reaction is our inspiration; preserving this motto in thoughts and being discovered the triumph of Pain Medicine Congress 2022.

The supporting journals include:

  • Journal of Pain & Relief
  • International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • Emergency Medicine: Open Access

We are obliged to the varied delegates from companies and institutes who actively took part within the discussions. We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Members and Editorial board of Pain Management 2021 for his or her gracious presence and continuous support throughout the proceedings of this event. With the precious feedback and generous response received from the participants of the event, Conference Series would really like to announce the commencement of “6th International Conference on Anesthesia and Pain Medicine” during June 13-14 at Zurich, Switzerland. 

The main theme of the conference is "Latest Advancements in Anesthesia and Pain Medicine"

For more details: https://painmedicine.conferenceseries.com/

Regards,
Josie Smith | Program Manager


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