///15th World Congress on Pain, Buenos Aires

15th World Congress on Pain, Buenos Aires

(Excerpt from www.iasp-pain.org)

The World Congress on Pain is the premier congress devoted to the research and treatment of pain.

Every two years the Congress boasts a hearty program composed of refresher courses, plenary lectures, topical workshops and symposia, and poster presentations. The Scientific Program Committee determines the content and an esteemed faculty of experts from around the world conducts the sessions. A Local Arrangements Committee works with the Congress Secretariat and IASP to present receptions, dinners, and other social events in keeping with the host city’s culture.
Purpose and Objectives of the Congress

The World Congress on Pain is designed to:IASP logo

  • Provide a state-of-the-art overview of a wide range of topics in the area of pain
  • Offer practical reviews of current research and therapies
  • Provide continuing education credits for clinicians
  • Allow delegates to participate in formal and informal discussions with international experts on pain management and pain research

Congress Schedule


Read more on the official website: www.iasp-pain.org

By |2017-12-11T16:40:53+11:00September 27th, 2014|Learn, Professional Resources|2 Comments


  1. Susan Karlson December 16, 2017 at 1:05 am - Reply


    Thanks for updating everyone on your website about Pain and specifically Pudendal Pain. In late January, I will be having PRP(Platelet Rich Plasma Injections) Injected in the Alcocks Canal to target the Pudendal nerves and hopefully heal. I will be a test case specifically for Pudendal Nerves with PRP. My previous surgery( Perineal branches of Pudendal nerve moved into Obterator muscles by Dr. Dellon) has helped with 3 perineal branches. This surgery relieved the ball feeling (neuroma) in one branch, the feeling of getting slashed by a piece of glass in the Labia, and another branch causing an itch sensation to the left of the anus. I had Ketamine during surgery so this may have calmed down my Nervous System as I was getting heart palpatations, sweating, and severe pain prior to surgery. I will update you on my results following PRP Injections. Hopefully, we can share information from around the world to save people from this torture.


    • soula December 16, 2017 at 8:21 am - Reply

      Hi Susan, I’m sad to read you have struggled with this issue also but I do hope you find more relief. Thank you for taking the time to comment and to also keep us all updated. You are right, we can only share our experiences and hopefully help others.
      Best wishes

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