Chronic Postoperative Pain Symposium

Saturday, March 11, 2023, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm ET | Virtual

This event is now over. Thank you to all who participated! 

Session recordings are available to anyone who registered by 4 pm ET on Saturday, March 11, 2023. Visit the virtual event site or reference the email sent to you from Pheedloop to login. Email the Persistent Perioperative Pain SIG at with any additional questions.

Join the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine and the Persistent Perioperative Pain Special Interest Group (SIG) for the Chronic Postoperative Pain Symposium, a one-day program designed for all members of the healthcare team!

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to advance your knowledge and skill in addressing transitional pain after surgery and improving your patients’ experiences.

Register by March 11 to receive access to recordings and obtain CME credit (8 hours of CME available). Content will be available for one year after the event.


ASRA RAPP Livestream: Chronic Postoperative Pain Symposium preview

Raj Gupta joins Hesham Elsharkawy, chair of the Persistent Perioperative Pain SIG and chair of the upcoming Chronic Postoperative Pain Symposium, along with faculty members Hance Clark and David Edwards, to discuss how the symposium will address gaps in the pain continuum of care and why it is important for health practitioners and their patients.

This year’s meeting will emphasize using interventional techniques in the subacute stage. Learn why patients develop chronic pain and how to predict the development of chronic pain after surgery. Understand treatment, including options and addressing issues related to opioids. In addition, experts will discuss implementing a transitional pain service. NEW this year: expert scanning demonstrations on peripheral nerve stimulation, radiofrequency ablation, cryotherapy, peripheral nerve catheters, fascial plane blocks, and basic fluoroscopy skills.

After attending this one-day virtual event, you’ll be ready to implement new approaches or augment your efforts to address and manage chronic pain after surgery. 

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