This month’s ASIPP Podcast features an extended news segment as we report on pain-related news stories of interest to interventional pain management physicians.

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On the January 2017 podcast we’ll hear from Dr. Robert Wachter, one of the Keynote Speakers at our upcoming Annual Meeting; in the news segment we’ll have stories about newborns addicted to opioids, what part of the brain affects the placebo effect, a potential answer for diabetic neuropathy, and much more; and we’ll wrap things up with a study that claims that how much you drive affects how much you weigh.

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On the December ASIPP Podcast we’ll hear from ASIPP Chairman of the Board and CEO, Dr. Laxmaiah Manchikanti, about regenerative medicine; in the news segment we’ll learn about a resurgence in the use of nitrous oxide, the latest medical marijuana news, a story about painkillers and hearing loss, and much more; and we’ll wrap things up with a study about eye trauma and Laurel and Hardy movies.

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On the November 2016 edition of the ASIPP Podcast we’ll list the didactic courses ASIPP has scheduled for next year; we’ll meet ASIPP’s new director of operations; in the news segment we’ll find out if pain is contagious, the latest medical marijuana news, some pediatric pain news, and much more; and we’ll wrap things up with a study about whether rats are ticklish. 

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On the October podcast we’ll learn what medical scribes are and what they do; in the news segment we’ll have stories about which NSAIDs have the greatest cardiac risk, acetaminophen’s effect on fetal neurodevelopment, a new prophylactic treatment for migraine, and much more; and we’ll wrap things up with a study about whether women find beards attractive.

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On the September ASIPP Podcast we’ll talk to Ashley Brenton, PhD of Proove Biosciences about genetic tests that can help you decide a patient’s treatment plan; in the news segment we’ll learn about a common NSAID that could be important in the fight against cancer, giving codeine to children, pain perception in patients with Alzheimer disease and more; and we’ll end with a story about an elaborate cheating scheme during medical school exams.

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In the August ASIPP podcast we’ll be talking with Christy Davies of Apex Biologix about the business potential of adding regenerative medicine procedures to your practice. Our news segment has a story about a pain medication showing promise as a treatment for Alzheimer disease, new hope for eliminating opioid tolerance, the pay gap between male and female doctors, and much more. Plus, the health hazards of bagpipes.

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On the July ASIPP® Podcast, we’ll be talking with ASIPP®’s current president, Dr. Aaron Calodney. Our news segment this time has a number of medical marijuana stories, as well as stories about depressed medical residents, a gene that holds the key to potential pain treatments, and more. Plus, how getting a tattoo could be the key to curing the common cold.

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