The Video presentations from the 2017 IPPS Annual Meeting/3rd World Congress of Abdominal and Pelvic Pain held in Washington DC are now available online for member access.
Two weeks ago, PAINWeek 2017 took place in Las Vegas, Nevada. Kathryn Witzeman, MD, FACOG, gave a presentation focusing on integrative modalities for the treatment of female chronic pelvic pain. During her presentation, Dr. Witzeman discussed a wide range of integrative modalities. To learn more about Dr. Witzeman's talk, please view the Clinical Pain Advisor's conference coverage.
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We are pleased to announce new consensus guidelines on the terminology of vulvar pain.
IPPS has taken the decision to implement a change in billing cycle for membership billing and renewals. Membership will now be based on Calendar Year and not by Anniversary Date.
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