Would you like your doctors to understand more about your child’s complex chronic disease? Invite them to Pain in Pediatrics with Complex Chronic Disease. This one day class with CME’s will be taught by:
- Timothy Bunchman, MD
Professor & Chief of Nephrology and UroRenal Clinic, Virginia Commonwealth University Children’s Hospital of Richmond.
- Clair A. Francomano, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine,Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Director, Adult Genetics,Harvey Institute for Human Genetics,Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
- Fraser C. Henderson, Sr. MD
Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation, Inc., Chief of Neurosurgery, Doctors Community Hospital.
- Alisa Niksch, MD
Director of Pediatric Electrophysiology and a Pediatric Cardiologist at Tufts Floating Hospital for Children.
- Peter Rowe, MD
Director of the Children’s Center Chronic Fatigue, Professor of Pediatrics, John Hopkins Hospital.
- Jean E. Teasley, MD
Associate Professor of Neurology & Pediatrics, Medical Director, Pediatric Palliative Care, Virginia Commonwealth University Children’s Hospital of Richmond.
This conference will present an integrated approach to the assessment and management
of pain in pediatric patients and highlight medical conditions often associated with
chronic pain such as Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS), RSD/CRPS, Dysautonomia, Chronic
Fatigue, Chiari, Cervical Instability, Occult Tethered Cord, Mitochondrial Disorders and
more. It is meant to educate all medical professionals that may come across a child or
young adult in chronic pain and help them understand how pain can sometimes be a
sign of a complex chronic illness that the child or young adult may be suffering from.