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Asian Pain Academy Basic Pain Management Fellowship in India

Duration  - 3 months | Mobile Friendly Online Course | IST - 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm (Indian Standard Time, ) Live Classes & Demonstration Every Week | Starts  4th April 2024 | Recorded Class Available if You Miss Live Class
Course Fee - 
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International $ 450 ( ₹ 37330/-)   Indian and SAARC Countries  ₹ 25000/-

Highlights: Basic Pain Management Fellowship Programs

  • Basic Pain Management Fellowship Course by Asian Pain Academy.
  • All Classes are live and interactive, you can ask your queries and clear your doubts. 
  • Mobile Friendly Platform for Easy Accessibility and Enhanced User Experience
  • Class recordings are available for the entire course duration for revision and for those who cannot attend the live class.
  • Interactive Learning  Module - An interactive module with detailed explanations will help you evaluate your progress after every class.
  • History and clinical examination of the basic lumbosacral and musculoskeletal pain conditions.
  • Demonstration of Fluro anatomy on the mannequin. 
  • Demonstration of sono-anatomy on Volunteers. 
  • C-arm Guided and Ultrasound Guided Interventions for painful conditions. 
  • Picture in Picture Mode for better understanding.
  • High-tech software for the best relay / Anatomy on 3D anatomy software
  • Study materials will be provided. 
  • There will be a post-course evaluation. 

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Eligibility: Basic Pain Management Fellowship Programs

  • Who Can Join?

Anesthesiologist, PMR, Rheumatologist, Orthopedic, or MBBS doctor interested in learning the basic musculoskeletal painful conditions and their diagnosis and treatment.

  • Admission Process:

If you're interested in joining the Basic Pain Management Fellowship at the Asian Pain Academy in India, here’s a step-by-step guide to get you started:

  1. Sign Up: Go to the Asian Pain Academy’s website and fill out the registration form before the deadline on 4th April 2024.

  2. Pay the Fee: Depending on where you're from, pay the course fee. If you're an international student, the fee is $450 (about ₹37,330). For students from India or SAARC countries, the fee is ₹25,000.

  3. Start Learning: Once registered, you'll get access to all the live classes, interactive sessions, and course materials. Don't worry if you miss a live class; you can always catch up with the recorded versions.

To make it even clearer, here's a quick table summarizing the admission steps:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remember, this program is a great opportunity to learn pain management techniques, interact with experts live, and enhance your skills with the latest technology in the field. Don't miss out!

Module Divisions: Basic Pain Management Fellowship Programs

Introduction  to the Subject of Pain Medicine

  • Pain Physiology: Pain Pathways

  • Sympathetic Nervous system

  • IASP terminologies of Pain

  • Classification of Pain

  • Peripheral and Central Sensitisation and its clinical implications.

Basics of Treatment Therapies in Pain Medicine

  • Steroids: Particulate and Nonparticulate.

  • Co-analgesics: Dosage, Indications, Contraindications  and Interactions

  • Regenerative Medicine: Preparation Methods, Indications, Contraindications, Post Procedural Advice.

  • Dextrose: Dosage, Indications and Contraindications

Basics of Ablative Procedures

  • Basics of ablative procedures: Chemical Neurolysis / Conv. RF / Cooled RF /Cryoneurolysis)

  • Basics of Spine Imaging (X-ray, MRI, CT scan)

Basics of Ultrasound

  • Basics of USG Physics(Principle, Resolution, Attenuation)

  • Machine Knobology(Frequency, Probe, Depth, Gain, Colour /Power Doppler, Focus)

  • Tissue Characterisation(Skin, Subcutaneous Tissue, Muscle, Tendon, Ligament, Nerve, Bone)

  • Artifacts: Reverberation, Anisotropy, Posterior Acoustic Enhancement/Attenuation

 Shoulder Joint Ultrasound; Anatomy, Sono-anatomy, Symptoms, Examination and USG Guided Interventions

  • Adhesive Capsulitis

  • Biceps Tenosynovitis

  • Supraspinatus Tendinopathy

  • Ac Joint Arthropathy

 Elbow Joint, Wrist, and Hand Ultrasound; Anatomy, Sono-anatomy, Symptoms, Examination, and USG Guided Interventions

  • Common Flexor/Extensor Tendinopathy

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Dequervain’s Disease

  • Trigger Finger

 Knee Joint, Ankle Joint, and Foot Ultrasound; Anatomy, Sono-anatomy, Symptoms, Examination, and USG Guided Interventions

  • Suprapatellar Recess Effusion

  • Housemaid’s Knee

  • Jumpers Knee

  • Achilles Tendinopathy

  • Plantar Fascia

  • Anterior Talofibular Ligament Injury

Ultrasound of Lumbosacral  Spine

  • Sono -anatomy of Lumbar Spine

  • USG-guided injection for SI joint

  • USG guided Caudal Epidural Injection

 Low Back Pain: Disc and Facet as a Pain Generator; Symptoms, Examination and C-arm Guided Interventions

  • Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural (Sub pedicle/Kambins Triangle)

  • Facet Joint (Intraarticular/ Medial Branch Radiofrequency Ablation)

Low Back Pain: Disc and Sacroiliac Joint as a Pain Generators; Symptoms, Examination and C-arm Guided Interventions

  • SI Joint (Intraarticular/ Medial Branch Radiofrequency Ablation)

  • Selective S1 Root

  • Caudal Epidural

Sympathetically Mediated Pain; Symptoms, Examination and C-arm Guided Interventions

  • Coeliac Plexus

  • Splanchnic nerve

  • Lumbar Sympathetic

  • Superior Hypogastric Plexus

Sympathetically Mediated Pain; Symptoms, Examination and USG Guided Interventions and Overview of CRPS

  • Coeliac Plexus

  • Hypogastric Plexus

  • Stellate Ganglion

  • Overview of  CRPS

Common Neuropathic Conditions along with Evaluation and Discussion with Participants about starting up with their pain practice

  • Overview of Cancer Pain

  • Overview of Myofascial Pain Syndrome

  • Overview of Fibromyalgia

  • Overview of Migraine

  • How to Set up a Pain Clinic

  1. Infrastructural and Legal Requirements

  2. Human Resource Management

  3. Modes of Promotion

  • Further Studies and Training In Pain Medicine FIPP, RMSK, EDPM, Ph.D. in Pain, POCUS

  • Evaluation

General Rule/Instructions that are Compulsory before the Final Exam

To make sure you're all set for the final exam, follow these key steps. Remember, it's all about showing what you've learned and getting ready to apply it in real-world situations!

Why It Matters

 

  • For Your Success: Each step is designed to build your confidence and expertise in pain management.

  • Be Exam-Ready: This isn't just about passing a test; it's about preparing you to help those in need with the best care possible.

  • Your Future in Pain Management: These rules are stepping stones to a rewarding career in pain medicine. Follow them closely, and you'll be on your way to making a significant impact in the field.

 

Remember, it's not just about getting through the exam; it's about becoming the best in pain management. Let's ace this together!

Registration Fees & Cancellation Policy: - Basic Pain Management Fellowship Programs

Indians: 25,000 INR inclusive of all taxes
International: USD 450 inclusive of all taxes
Refund Policy:
● 100% refund: Fees are refundable 1 month prior to the first class
● 50% refund: 15 days prior to the first class
● 25% refund: 7 days prior to the first class
● 0% refund: 2 days prior to the first class
● Under no circumstances can the fee be carried forward to the next course.

Basic Pain Management Fellowship Program: Your Gateway to Excellence in Pain Medicine

Explore the World of Pain Medicine
 
  • Deep Dive into Pain Physiology: Understand the intricacies of pain pathways and the sympathetic nervous system.
  • Master Treatment Therapies: Learn about steroids, co-analgesics, regenerative medicine, and more for comprehensive pain management.
Hands-On Learning Experience
 
  • State-of-the-Art Techniques: Get hands-on with C-arm and ultrasound-guided interventions.
  • Real-Time Practice: Experience demonstrations on mannequins and volunteers for practical insights.
 
Comprehensive Curriculum
 
  • From Basics to Advanced: Covering everything from pain classification to advanced procedural techniques.
  • Special Focus Areas: Dive into neuropathic conditions, setting up a pain clinic, and exploring further studies in pain medicine.
 
Setting Up for Success
 
  • Practical Skills for Real-World Impact: Equip yourself with the knowledge to diagnose and treat a wide range of pain conditions.
  • Build Your Practice: Learn the essentials of starting and managing a successful pain clinic.
 
This program is not just a learning journey's a transformation into a skilled practitioner ready to make a difference in the field of pain management. Join us and embark on a fulfilling career path in pain medicine.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): Basic Pain Management Course 
Will I be able to see the recording if I miss a class?
Yes. Classes will be recorded and you can review them an unlimited number of times for the entire duration of the course. 

Will there be an evaluation after the course?
Yes. there be an online evaluation at the end of the course. 

Can I get a discount? 
Discounted Registration is available for Participants from selected  SARRC Countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh,  Bhutan,   Maldives,  Nepal,  Pakistan,  and  Sri Lanka) they are allowed to register at the Indian rate. Please contact us for the same.  

How can I register for the course? 
Please visit our registration page https://www.asianpainacademy.com/basiccourseregistration

Can I pay the registration fee in cash? 
Yes, Indian  Participants can pay in cash through Bank of Baroda Branches, or through UPI, NEFT or IMPS transactions. International Participants can register via Paypal or Swift transfer.

When does the fellowship program start?

 
The Basic Pain Management Fellowship Program starts on 4th April 2024. Classes are scheduled from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm IST, accommodating a wide range of time zones for both local and international participants, ensuring accessibility for all.
 
How long is the fellowship program?
 
This comprehensive program spans 3 months, offering an intensive curriculum that covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of pain management. This duration is meticulously designed to fit the busy schedules of healthcare professionals.
 
Can I join if I miss the live classes?
 
No worries. Every session is recorded and made available for participants to view at their convenience. This ensures that you can stay up-to-date with the course material and never miss out on learning opportunities.
 
What's the course fee?
 
For international participants, the fee is $450, equivalent to ₹37,330. Indian and SAARC countries' residents enjoy a discounted rate of ₹25,000, making this program both affordable and accessible to a wide audience interested in advancing their pain management skills.
 
Is the program online?
 
Yes, the entire course is delivered online through a mobile-friendly platform. This format ensures ease of access for participants worldwide, allowing for a flexible learning environment that can be tailored to individual schedules.
 
What will I learn in the fellowship?
 
The curriculum encompasses a broad spectrum of topics, from the basics of pain physiology and treatment therapies to advanced procedures like ultrasound-guided interventions. This ensures a well-rounded education in pain management.
 
Are the classes interactive?
 
Classes are live and highly interactive, allowing participants to engage directly with instructors. This dynamic environment encourages questions and discussions, facilitating a deeper understanding of the course material.
 
Will there be practical demonstrations?
 
Yes, the fellowship includes practical demonstrations using both mannequins and live volunteers. These sessions are crucial for understanding real-world applications of pain management techniques and interventions.
 
What about exam preparation?
 
Preparation involves completing all modules, actively participating in classes, and engaging with the interactive learning modules. These steps are designed to build a solid foundation of knowledge and skills ahead of the final evaluation.
 
How can I set up my own pain clinic afterwards?
 
The course provides essential insights into setting up a pain clinic, covering aspects like infrastructural and legal requirements, human resource management, and promotional strategies. This knowledge is invaluable for participants looking to establish their practice in the field of pain management.
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