The American Academy of Procedural Medicine (AAOPM) for over 21 years has been the leader in Interventional Pain Management Training and has a number of CME Accredited educational courses for Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Registered Nurses. Back Pain and other types of localized or radiated pain is one of the most common health complaints among adults in the United States. Approximately 76.2M adults (1 in 4) suffer from acute or chronic pain.
The prevalence of acute and chronic pain within your own medical practice and patient needs make these Pain Management courses practical to your practice and allows for new revenue streams while creating a greater standard of care for patients. The AAOPM offers evidence-based, interventional procedural training for Pain Management utilizing the latest standards of care, practical hands-on training, and incorporating into the programs advanced topics such as laser light energies, stem cells, and other biologics.
The AAOPM understands that not all physicians wish to incorporate all pain management services within their medical practice and have created different levels of training from introductory to advanced courses for healthcare professionals to choose from. In addition, we offer diagnostic training and interpretation within the courses as well as NCVS/EMG training. Our CME accredited courses allow for practitioners to safely incorporate all or part of the training and be compliant with federal and insurance guidelines. The latest ICD-10(s) and CPT Coding are incorporated into each of the courses and within the learning manual as most of the procedures taught are insurance reimbursable.
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Our Pain Management Courses are very comprehensive and very detailed depending upon the procedures you wish to offer to patients. We offer a (3) day Interventional Pain Management Training that encompasses all aspects of patient care including chronic pain administration, image guided injection techniques and therapies, and combination therapies using the latest in biologics. The array of courses that the AAOPM offers include:
Pain Management Workshops
Pain Management Workshops
The objective for all of our Pain Management Trainings is for the safe administration and integration of these procedures within a practice setting enhancing patient care and create better outcomes for patients suffering acute and chronic pain. The AAOPM utilizes a unique learning model that allows attendees to better retain and utilize these new skills after completion of the program(s). Our esteemed faculty of Board-Certified Pain Management Physicians have over 20+ years offering these services to patients in a private practice setting. In addition, we offer and employ a Pain Management Membership option for healthcare professionals that allow for attendance to any of the (5) programs over a period of (2) years. In-Office Preceptorship training is also available for any of the topics covered through our Pain Management Programs and can be customized for the training you wish to receive.
Safely expand your present medical services within your medical practice and allow your patients the benefit of your new skills offered. Pain Management procedures are typically well reimbursed by Medicare and Private Insurances and at the same time enhance care for your patients in a safe and effective manner.
The American Academy of Procedural Medicine offers Board Certification Pathways for Physicians in Aesthetics, Medicine, Surgery, and Pain Management.
AAOPM is proud to offer certification courses for physicians and nurses in New York, Las Vegas, Orlando, Chicago, Atlanta, Nashville, Los Angeles, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Fort Lauderdale, Sam Francisco and many other cities.
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