More people will come together at PAINWeek than at any other pain conference in the United States, to learn, discuss, and debate issues regarding pain management for the advancement of patient care.
Montclair, NJ (PRWEB) September 01, 2015
PAINWeek—the largest US pain conference for frontline practitioners—announced today that Charles E. Argoff, MD, CPE, will deliver the Keynote Address at PAINWeek 2015. Dr. Argoff is Professor of Neurology, Albany Medical College, and Director, Comprehensive Pain Center, Albany Medical Center, Department of Neurology in New York. Dr. Argoff specializes in pain management and chronic headaches, predominately treating patients with chronic and neuropathic pain. Dr. Argoff’s goal is to offer patients a better quality of life through proper diagnosis and effective treatment.
His address—“Pastrami or Prescriptions? The Deli Can Wait…We Need More and Better Pain Practitioners NOW!”—will be delivered preceding the Welcome Reception on Wednesday, September 9, at 5:30 pm.
Dr. Argoff said, “I have never felt more strongly about my commitment to pain management than now. More people will come together at PAINWeek than at any other pain conference in the United States, to learn, discuss, and debate issues regarding pain management for the advancement of patient care. We cannot stop our efforts to achieve such, especially now when pain management is under attack. The deli will need to wait.”
Debra Weiner, Director of Program Development for PAINWeek, commented: “We are excited that Charles Argoff accepted our invitation to be the Keynote Speaker. He is very involved with the curriculum development every year, and both inspires and appreciates our unique approach to pain education.”
Convening at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas for its 9th year on September 8-12, 2015, PAINWeek expects to welcome over 2000 attendees for a comprehensive program of course offerings, satellite events, and exhibits. Over 120 hours of continuing medical education activities will be presented. To learn more and register for PAINWeek 2015, visit http://www.painweek.org.