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Registration open for PainAdelaide 2013

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Thanks for your patience folks. PainAdelaide 2013 is now open for registrations. We have had to adjust the price slightly – it is $100 full registration and $65 for full time students (only 40 student places available), and you have the opportunity to pay a bit more if you earn big bucks or you think the programme is just too good to accept at this rock-bottom price.

The programme is jam-packed with quality and diversity. We have four international speakers. We have clinicians and scientists. We have a room that will only hold 150 people, so get in fast.  Click here for the PainAdelaide2013 Program. Click here for the Registration Form – it is a PDF so you will need to fill it out and email or fax or mail it back. First in best dressed.

Pain Adelaide 2013 Programme Registration open for PainAdelaide 2013

Are you a cyclist?

Why not come a day early and join 700 other cyclists in UniSA’s Ride for Pain, including the option of taking on the True King of the Mountain on Corkscrew Road, an Iconic Australian Ascent? Click here for info and registration.

Interested in sponsoring or having a stall at PainAdelaide 2013?

If you would like to sponsor the meeting, or have a stall, and your objectives align with ours, then please email tracy.jones@unisa.edu.au

Pain Adelaide logo small 150x150 Registration open for PainAdelaide 2013PainAdelaide is an interdisciplinary cross-institution collaborative initiative to develop a synergistic and highly-visible pain research community in Adelaide. What does this mean? Well, Adelaide’s three Universities – UniSA, Adelaide & Flinders – all have world class pain researchers doing world class work.

The objectives of PainAdelaide are to improve the quality and impact of pain research and clinical practice in South Australia, and by so-doing, across Australia and abroad. We will do this by:

  • bringing high quality researchers together, to act as ‘cortical prostheses’ for each other, to exploit the unique contributions and intellectual diversity of Adelaide’s Universities, and to facilitate collaboration on interdisciplinary projects;
  • developing a visible pain-focussed presence in Adelaide;
  • directly engaging with, and developing ongoing constructive relationships with, Adelaide’s high quality pain clinicians;
  • fostering a collaborative spirit of intellectual curiosity between researchers, clinicians, stake holders and consumers;
  • confirming and extending Adelaide’s long-standing reputation as a Centre of Excellence in pain research and treatment.

PainAdelaide 2013 is our first meeting.

Read more or bookings: www.bodyinmind.org/registration-open-for-painadelaide-2013/

Convergences in Pelviperineal Pain, Nimes France, 26-28 April 2012

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Convergences in Pelviperineal Pain Program Pdf

Dear Friends,
You will find in attachment the program of the next international congress of the Convergeces in Pelvi-perineal Pain wich is going  to be held this year in France in Nîmes, 26-28 april 2012.
I hope you will be abble to attend and we’ll meet to exchange on this difficult topic.
Thanks to make the promotion to people who could be interested.
Warm regards

Chers amis,
Vous trouverez ci-joint le programme du prochain congrès international des Convergences in Pelvi-perineal Pain qui aura lieu cette année en France à Nîmes du 26-28  avril 2012.
J’espère pouvoir vous y retrouver pour échanger sur ce sujet bien difficile.
Merci de faire passer l’information aux personnes intéressées.
Amitiés

Queridos amigos,
Encontrará adjunto el programa del próximo congreso internacional de las Convergences in Pelvi-perineal Pain que se cogerá en Francie en Nîmes del 26 al 28 de abril 2012.
Espero que podamos encontrarnos allí para cambiar sobre este sujeto difícil.
Gracias por hacer pasarles la información a las personas a las que podrían les haber interesado.
Un abrazo de

Cari amici,
Troverete il programma del prossimo convegno internazionale di Convergences in Pelvi-perineal Pain che si terrà quest’anno in Francia a Nîmes dal 26 al 28 di aprile 2012.
Spero di ritrovarvi qua per uno scambio di idee su quest’ argomento così difficile.
vi ringrazio di trasmettere l’informazione alle persone che sarebbero interessante
Amichevoli saluti

Eric Bautrant MD
BOARD OF THE CONVERGENCES PP

www.convergencespp.com

Chronic Pelvic and Perineal Pain: Consensus on Disease Identity February 4, 2012

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Stay tuned for the slide presentations from this event.

Excerpt from whria.com.au

Professor Roger Robert (Nantes, France) and his team come to Sydney 2012

In March 2011, Professor Thierry Vancaillie (Gynaecologist and Pain Medicine Specialist) and Ms Sherin Jarvis (Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist) both from the Women’s Health & Research Institute of Australia (WHRIA) and the Royal Hospital for Women, along with Dr Andreas Loeffler (Orthopaedic Surgeon, Prince of Wales and Prince of Wales Private Hospitals) visited the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (CHU) Nantes, France.

A week was spent working with the team of Professor Roger Robert (Anatomist and Neurosurgeon). The CHU in Nantes has a long-standing history in the treatment of pain syndromes and is a premier centre in Europe. During the week we were very fortunate and honoured to be able to follow the team during its activities; clinical, surgical and educational. This resulted in the introduction of the gluteal approach to pudendal nerve release surgery at the Randwick, Sydney campus and has enhanced our understanding and management of patients suffering from the debilitating condition, “pudendal neuralgia”.

The team from Nantes has agreed to accept our invitation to come to Australia to share their expertise. We trust that you will enjoy the seminar on Saturday 4th February 2012.

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Definitions of pain

What is Pudendal Neuralgia (PN)?
Most simply put PN is Carpal Tunnel in the pelvis/buttocks. Compression of the Pudendal Nerve occurs after trauma to the pelvis and is aggravated with pressure. The pain is often described as a toothache like pain, with spasms, sensations of tingling, numbness, or burning. It can be very debilitating.

What is Neuropathic pain?
Neuropathic pain is the result of an injury or malfunction in the peripheral or central nervous system. The pain is often triggered by an injury, but this injury may or may not involve actual damage to the nervous system. More…

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