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Ms. Joanna Chow of Toronto, Canada shared her story of becoming a spinal cord stimulation patient for chronic pain, speaking at an educational event by the Canadian Neuromodulation Society (CNS) and the International Neuromodulation Society (INS). In Part I she describes events leading up to receiving the therapy that she continues to use. Her presentation in Montreal took place prior to the INS 12th World Congress there in June 2015. CNS President Michel Prudhomme, MD, PhD, is at the middle of the panel. On the left is Kaare Meier, MD, PhD, chairman of the Nordic chapter; to the right is the moderator, journalist Bernard Derome. Disclaimer: The International Neuromodulation Society (INS) provides videotaped talks by physicians and patients about neuromodulation therapy on its YouTube channel. INS produced videos of talks presented at a public event in 2015 that was jointly organized by the INS and the Canadian Neuromodulation Society. The information presented should not be used as a substitute for medical treatment and advice.
Alban Latremoliere, Michael Costigan, and Clifford Woolf describe how they genetically manipulated the tetrahydrobiopterin synthesis pathway in mice to formally validate its role in neuropathic and inflammatory pain hypersensitivity and show that inhibition of this pathway by targeting sepiapterin reductase both reduces chronic pain without adverse effects and generates a treatment biomarker.

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Ms. Joanna Chow of Toronto, Canada shared her story of becoming a spinal cord stimulation patient for chronic pain, speaking at an educational event by the Canadian Neuromodulation Society (CNS) and the International Neuromodulation Society (INS). In Part II she describes receiving the therapy...
Ms. Joanna Chow of Toronto, Canada shared her story of becoming a spinal cord stimulation patient for chronic pain, speaking at an educational event by the Canadian Neuromodulation Society (CNS) and the International Neuromodulation Society (INS). In Part I she describes events leading up to...
Dr. Simon Thomson, MBBS, FRCA, FIPP, International Neuromodulation Society (INS) president from 2009 - June 2015 is a consultant in neuromodulation and pain management at Basildon and Thurrock University NHS Trust, as well as serving on the staff of Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge. He presented a...
Dr. Kaare Meier, MD, PhD, explains neuromodulation at an educational event by the Canadian Neuromodulation Society (CNS) and the International Neuromodulation Society (INS). Dr. Meier chairs the Nordic Neuromodulation Society, a chapter of the INS, and works at Aarhus University in Denmark. The...
Alban Latremoliere, Michael Costigan, and Clifford Woolf describe how they genetically manipulated the tetrahydrobiopterin synthesis pathway in mice to formally validate its role in neuropathic and inflammatory pain hypersensitivity and show that inhibition of this pathway by targeting sepiapterin...
A professor of neurology offers insights for primary care clinicians on diagnosing and managing postherpetic neuralgia, including patient discussion to effectively set expectations for treatment outcomes.

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