North American Neuromodulation Society
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Neuromodulation Live Webinar Series


1 – Spinal Cord Anatomy at a Functional and Cellular Level

Date and Time: Tuesday, September 29, 2020; 7:30-8:45 pm (CDT)
Pricing and Registration:

  • NANS Members: Free
  • Non-Members: Free


2 – Pre-Clinical Studies of Genetic Role in Pain Control

3 – Modulating Glial Cell Function in Chronic Pain

4 – SCS Waveforms: Compared and Contrasted

More information to come!


Development of an Education Curriculum for Spinal Cord Stimulation - April 30, 2020

Panelists: Rany T. Abdallah, MD PhD MBA; Alaa Abd-Elsayed, MD MPH; Adam R. Burkey, MD, MSCE; Maged Guirguis, MD; Konstantin V. Slavin, MD
Moderators: Ahmed M. Raslan, MD; Steven M. Falowski, MD

The webinar discusses the publication highlighting NANS's efforts for the development of an educational curriculum for SCS. Members of the NANS Education Committee developed the curriculum and contributed as authors on this important body of work. The following sections are discussed during the webinar: Introduction and vision, method, patient care, system-based practice, medical knowledge, interpersonal and communication, practice-based learning, professionalism, recommendations, and revision plans.


What Every Neuromodulator Needs to Know During COVID-19 - April 23, 2020

Panelists: Stephanie Vanterpool, MD MBA; Susan Moeschler, MD; Kiran Patel, MD; Ellen Air, MD PhD
Moderator: Salim Hayek, MD PhD

This webinar features key leaders in the field and discusses neuromodulation device management during COVID-19. Topics include summarizing the current challenges with neuromodulation therapy during the pandemic, outlining appropriate management of neuromodulation devices, and describing the management of Intrathecal Drug Delivery and related urgent clinical scenarios.


WIKISTIM is a searchable database being populated with data published in the field of neuromodulation. The goals of WIKISTIM are to improve patient care and the quality of research reports, foster communication, reveal research needs, and support the practice of evidence–based medicine.

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