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August 6, 2019 @ 3:33 pm

ASIPP® Pod August 2019 - Distinguished Pain Leaders Prunskis, Prunskis, and Helm Discuss Issues That Face IPM

In this podcast, we have three distinguished leaders in the field of pain medicine. John V. Prunskis, MD, FIPP and Terri Dallas-Prunskis, MD, both pain docs, are on ASIPP®Pod for the first time. Highly experienced, they have been figures in the Chicago area for years. I have known them as skilled colleagues, skied with them, and always have had a great time being around them. Standiford Helm II, MD, MBA, received the ASIPP®Lifetime Achievement Award this year, and I consider this the top of the professional ladder. I am honored to know him, and the other Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Andrea Trescot, MD. Andrea is a true leader in our specialty, and a most deserving recipient.

I have matured through my career with them all, watched the specialty grow- because of their contributions, our patients have benefited. This was a fun interview to sit down and talk CDC guidelines, the opioid crisis, amongst a number of contemporary issues that face us all. The practice of pain medicine, regenerative care, and where this specialty is headed was opined. This is a robust career choice. As Terry Kath (Chicago lead guitar) once said "Let's keep this party going!" Tanglewood 1970, YouTube.

Hope you enjoy this, and yes, I feel privileged to have shared time with them. And it's never enough time, never frequent enough, but let's take this podcast and enjoy it over and over.

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January 21, 2019 @ 7:52 pm

Dr Sheldon “Shelly” Jordan, L.A. Neurologist Talks E-X-O-S-O-M-E-S

These are the fun moments in medicine. I was riding on a bus going to the airport after the Orlando Cadaver Course. Doctor Sheldon Jordan "Shelly," a neurologist from L.A., started talking to an instructor next to him about exosomes, that's E-X-O-S-O-M-E-S, and a newly rediscovered chemotherapeutic drug. The discussion was fascinating and went well beyond neurological diagnosis, but into treatment. Treatment that looks promising for Alzheimer's, head injuries, Parkinson's, depression, possibly addiction, and other degenerative diseases. Bosulik, , a pill for leukemia that was abandoned due to unacceptable side effects, could be given in reduced doses and tolerated well, to help these maladies. A shift in the discussion turned to to exosomes. Basically bubbles that deliver growth factors, and helps stem cells on their way. Could these help wake up and repair areas of the brain that are damaged by disease states? As usual, I was trying to record him on my iPhone but not only was the sound quality poor, I can never find the record button fast enough. Finally, I had the opportunity to interview Shelly at a subsequent Cadaver Course in Memphis, and as I explained the podcast, any time I corner neurological brilliance, I think of professional growth.Turn the corner and become more excited about what we do with difficult disease states that we often see, but don't always have options. This podcast was fun, inspiring, and as you'll hear, I think he's on to something. hh

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October 31, 2018 @ 8:30 pm

Miles Day of Texas Tech Discusses Multiple Pain Management Topics

Miles Day, MD, DABA, FIPP, DABIPP, Treweek/ Racz Endowed Professor in Pain Research, Pain Management Fellowship Program Director, Department of Anesthesiology, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center discusses pain management with Hans Hansen, Interventional Pain physician and the ASIPP Podcast producer. Dr. Day is internationally known throughout the pain community by face and name. He is the Program Director of the Pain Management Fellowship Program at one of the leading institutes for training and developing pain management as we know it. Dr. Day takes us through an interesting discussion about what it takes to be competent to sit for the Board Exam. Only 300 passed the test last year and can enter the world of pain management and be able to help those that suffer the most with painful conditions. It's an evolving field and keeping residents abreast of safe and effective techniques is daunting. Dr. Day also discusses where the pain management field is headed. Join us on this journey with Dr. Day and his perspective from one of the premiere pain management institutes in the world.

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October 17, 2018 @ 7:53 pm

ASIPPPod October 2018 Episode 134

Hans Hansen, MD, ASIPP President is back with another of his excellent podcasts. He is in the Medical Education Research Institute, located in Memphis, attending the ASIPP October courses including Lumbar Endoscopic Spinal Decompression, Regenerative Medicine, Neuromodulation, and Interventional Techniques. Dr. Hansen explains that ASIPP will be recording ASIPP courses and making them available to the world. So in the near future you'll be able to listen to podcasts on Interventional Techniques from your car, home, boat, etc. Look for that in near future.

At the October meeting Dr. Hansen ambushed Ricardo Vallejo, MD, Bloomington, IL. He was on the faculty of the Interventional Techniques Comprehensive Review Course and Cadaver Workshop. Dr. Vallejo has been partners with Ramsin Benyamin for over 15 years. He has a PhD in Immunology, Chief Resident at the University of Miami, and did his fellowship at Mass General. He is considered a worl leader in Stimulation and shares his ideas during this podcast.

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June 21, 2018 @ 7:33 pm

ASIPP® Podcast July 2018

Join Dr. Hans Hansen with another great podcast. They get better every time. This episode has Dr. Hansen interviewing Dike Drummond, Physician and Author of 'Stop Physician Burnout.' The interview centers on how the Happy MD, Dike Drummond, works with Mr Anonymous in identifying and addressing what causes burnout, how to recognize it, and what you can do to cope with it. He has the experience to sympathize with Mr. Anonymous and other physicians suffering from burnout. Learn how to avoid it and listen today!

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February 7, 2018 @ 9:15 pm

2017 ASIPP® November Meeting in Las Vegas

Greetings ASIPPians,

Today’s episode is from the Oquendo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Last November we had an interventional training camp where Frank Falco, MD jumped in with Steve Adleman, MD and enthusiastic participants to learn more about advanced spinal procedures. In particular, percutaneous discectomy. Frank and Steve are experts. I also interviewed Dr. Doug Beal, MD. He is an interventional radiologist and I was wholly impressed with his station. It was fascinating listening to his demonstration of advanced techniques to block pain production in the knee and hip. Frances Riegler, MD will be sorely missed when he retires and we appreciate his service with ASIPP over the years. He gives us a brief overview of the upcoming annual meeting. Maya Raj Andreadis and the leaders of Pain Cast were there documenting these procedures and finding interviews as well. It was a very successful cadaver course. Each one ASIPP brings forward is better and better. Any opportunity that folks can go and learn these new procedures and techniques will come away saying “wow I’m glad I did that.” Enjoy this podcast. I look forward to seeing you at the annual meeting and future gatherings.

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October 12, 2017 @ 5:16 pm

2017 ASIPP® Washington Legislative Trip

Greetings ASIPPians,

Today's episode is about our trip to Washington. This annual pilgimage was targeted to advocacy for our patients, and hopes for deregulation. We all know what that means. This episode includes a number of familiar voices, people, and exciting new additions such as our lobbyist, Jeff Mortier, Congressman Whitfield, and Vanila Singh, MD, an ASIPP member now serving with Health and Human Services-now isn't that cool? Deep dive into the listen, from the pre-visit briefing, to the morning session, and post-visit commentary. Enjoy!

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August 4, 2017 @ 4:47 pm

Future Stars of Pain Management Podcast

dr_boutwel-2l.jpg This podcast is one of Dr. Hans Hansen’s best. He titles it ‘Future Stars of ASIPP and Pain Management’. Listen to some of the brightest and most engaging physicians involved in ASIPP and forming the future of interventional pain. Their discussions emcompass their view of ASIPP, the digitizing of medicine, the opioid crisis, and more. All of it informative and entertaining. Recorded after the ASIPP 2017 Board Meeting, several physicians were snared by Dr. Hansen to discuss the 5 to 10 year future of interventional pain. They addressed the viability of the specialty in the future. They touched on Regenerative Medicine, Opioid alternatives, and other IPM topics. Included in the discussion were Dr. Francis Riegler, ASIPP President, Dr. Aaron Calodney, Past ASIPP President, Dr. Devi, ASIPP Board member and Fox Medical Contributor, Dr. Kaylea Boutwell, ASIPP Board member and Pain & Rehabilitation Specialist, Dr. Sheri Albers, ASIPP Board member and Radiologist, and maybe a few others. You’ll enjoy the lively discussion and the perception of this diverse group. 

 

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May 23, 2017 @ 8:45 pm

June 2017 ASIPP® Podcast Featuring Dr. Scott E. Glaser and his Approach to Treating Pain

mug-glaser-1.jpgDr. Hans Hansen, Interventional Pain Physician and pre-eminent Podcaster has an impromptu discussion with Scott E. Glaser, MD, DABIPP at the ASIPP 2017 Annual Meeting. Dr. Glaser is a co-founder and President of the Pain Specialists of Greater Chicago and has seen it grow into a preeminent practice in Chicago. He is a regular faculty member for ASIPP® meetings and is currently a Director at Large, ASIPP®. Dr. Glaser discusses his passions for pain treatment and multiple procedures and techniques. We are sure this open ended discussion will leave you enriched as a patient or physician.

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May 6, 2017 @ 9:39 pm

May 2017 ASIPP® Podcast Featuring Dr. Andrea Trescot’s Encore Presentation

trescot-1c.jpgThis is the first in a series of Podcasts produced by Dr. Hans Hansen for ASIPP®. Hans is President-Elect for ASIPP®. His informative and entertaining approach to podcasts are sure to be a favorite for Interventional Pain Management practitioners. This podcasts includes an encore presentation by Dr. Andrea Trescot. Trescot has recently completed a book on a topic that has been a passion of hers for many years: Purple Nerves. Dr. Trescot is an internationally known author and educator. Her insight into Peripheral Nerve Entrapments and other topics are worth a listen. (24 minutes)

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