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The Canadian Association of Orthopaedic Medicine (CAOM) is holding their 33rd annual conference from September 28-30. Top experts will present new information and teach cutting-edge, hands-on workshops relevant to the field of chronic neuromusculoskeletal pain. New topics this year include challenges to injection therapies (differentiating visco, PRP, BTX-A types); the Lyme disease epidemic (panel); the “Whiplash” scenario (mock trial); and concomitant supportive treatment (cannabis delivery systems & research update, nutrition, mind-body therapies and genomics).

Target audience: Physicians and allied health practitioners (nurses, physiotherapists, chiropractors, naturopaths, osteopaths, sports therapists, psychotherapists) dealing with chronic pain patients, osteoarthritis, and neurological movement disorders. Faculty and residents in Family Medicine, Sports Medicine, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Anaesthesiology, Neurology, Rheumatology, Orthopaedics.

Online registration: www.CAOM.ca

See conference brochure for additional information.