The IPPS strongly supports research and educational projects that are designed to improve care for patients with chronic pelvic pain disorders. APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 1, 2017 for awards that will be funded in 2018
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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View a teaser for our new members-only educational video series. To access these short videos on current issues for those treating patients with chronic pelvic pain, please login.
I am honored and very eager to start my position as the IPPS Chairman of the Board. Before I start, I would like to express my gratitude to all the IPPS members and staff that have supported me over the years and who trusted me with this very important role.