ASPS / MSS Migraine Surgery Symposium (Virtual) Sat, Oct 15 8:30 a.m.-4:40 p.m. EDT

ASPS and The Migraine Surgery Society are excited to offer a one-day Virtual Migraine Surgery Symposium that will dive into the science, anatomy and surgical treatment of the trigger sites. This virtual program will include didactic presentations from noted experts, and lively panel discussions that make this educational experience second to none.

Join us from the convenience of your home or office on October 15. This symposium is not being recorded. For fees and additional information, click here.


Program

Subject to change

8:30 AM

Welcoming Remarks

8:40 AM

Fundamentals of Headache Pain: An Overview of Migraine and Headache for Surgeons

9:00 AM

Fundamentals of Headache Pain: Differential Diagnosis of Migraine Headaches and Drug Overuse

9:15 AM

Fundamentals of Headache Pain: Panel Discussion, Q&A

9:25 AM

Patient Screening: Patient Selection for Surgery: the Neurologist's Role

9:40 AM

Patient Screening: Patient Selection for Surgery: Detection of Trigger Sites: The Surgeon's Role

10:00 AM

Patient Screening: Patient Selection for Surgery: Digital Visual Screening

10:15 AM

Patient Screening: Patient Selection for Surgery: Panel Discussion, Q&A

10:25 AM

Break

10:40 AM

Applied Clinical Anatomy and Surgical Techniques: Anatomy and Surgical Treatment of the Frontal and Temporal (Endoscopic) Trigger Sites

11:00 AM

Applied Clinical Anatomy and Surgical Techniques: Surgical Treatment of the Frontal and Temporal (Open) Trigger Sites

11:20 AM

Applied Clinical Anatomy and Surgical Techniques: Anatomy and Surgical Treatment of the Rhinogenic Trigger Sites and the use of SPG Blocks in Management

11:40 AM

Applied Clinical Anatomy and Surgical Techniques: Anatomy and Surgical Treatment of the Greater and Third Occipital Trigger Sites

12:00 PM

Applied Clinical Anatomy and Surgical Techniques: Anatomy and Surgical Treatment of the Lesser Occipital Trigger Site and Alternative Approaches to the Greater Occipital Trigger Site

12:20 PM

Applied Clinical Anatomy and Surgical Techniques: Anatomy and Surgery of the Auriculotemporal Trigger Site, Nummular Headaches, and Atypical Nerve Anatomy

12:40 PM

Applied Clinical Anatomy and Surgical Techniques: Panel Discussion, Q&A

1:00 PM

Break

1:15 PM

Pain Management: Perioperative Pain Management

1:25 PM

Pain Management: Longterm Postoperative Adjustments of Migraine Medications

1:45 PM

Pain Management: Panel Discussion: How To Deal with Surgical Failure

2:10 PM

Pain Management: Panel Discussion, Q&A

2:25 PM

Panel Discussion Getting Started: Pearls of Starting Your Migraine Practice in Academic versus Private Practice versus International Locations

2:55 PM

Break

3:10 PM

Migraine Surgical Video

4:10 PM

Panel Discussion Wrap Up and Q&A

4:40 PM

ADJOURN


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