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Section: AANS/CNS Section on Pain


2014 AANS/CNS Section on Pain Biennial Meeting
Friday, April 4, 2014
The Moscone Center
San Francisco, California

Click here to view the Exhibitor Prospectus (PDF)
Click here to view the Preliminary Program (PDF)
Join the AANS/CNS Section on Pain for the 2014 AANS/CNS Section on Pain Biennial Symposium at The Moscone Center. The meeting theme this year will be "Integrating Pain with Your Spine Practice." The education sessions will be directed toward neurological surgeons, spine surgeons, pain management providers, residents, medical students, nurse clinicians and physician assistants, and will be directly applicable to their practices.

NEW for this year and included in your registration will be a HANDS-ON SESSION utilizing simulations for spinal pain, including a percutaneous station, minimally invasive station and paddle station. See the attached program for full program details.

Click Here to register for the 2014 AANS/CNS Joint Section on Pain Biennial Symposium. Register by March 5, 2014 and save $100. For questions please contact the AANS/CNS Section on Pain office at 888.566.2267.

To book your housing refer to the 2014 AANS Annual Scientific Meeting housing website.


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