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Upcoming Events

Our physicians are dedicated to educating and teaching as much as they are to the practice of medicine. Whether is be a free patient seminar about neuropathy or an educational symposium educating other doctors about the latest advances in medicine, the Ainsworth Institute has a calender of full events that will interest you.

Check out our list of upcoming events and sign up online to attend.

Free Patient Seminars

We offer lectures throughout the year on a variety of topics – all free to the public. In addition to educating the community about different topics in pain, our physicians discuss the latest treatment options and breakthroughs in medicine. Attendees can meet with our clinical research coordinator to discuss what clinical trials we involved in and if they qualify.

phantom limb pain, residual limb pain, stump pain, neuros, SPRAMPUTEE SEMINAR

Our pain management specialists will discuss post-amputation pain, what causes it and what can be done to treat it.  More importantly, they will present ongoing TWO clinical trials we are involved in to treat this pain

When: Wednesday, Sept 14th 2016
Where: Einhorn Auditorium at Lenox Hill Hospital
131 East 76th Street
Manhattan, NY 10021

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Our pain management specialists will discuss neuropathy, what causes it and what can be done to treat it.  More importantly, they will present the most cutting-edge therapies available to treat a wide variety of types of neuropathy.

When: Stay Tuned
Where: Einhorn Auditorium at Lenox Hill Hospital
131 East 76th Street
Manhattan, NY 10021

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Physician Lectures for CME Credit

Our physicians offer a series of lectures periodically throughout the year to educate other physicians about pain to help them better manage patients with pain complaints. We offer CME credit to all attendees.

UPDATES IN PAIN MEDICINE: Curbing the Opioid Epidemic Through Technology

Our doctors will discuss how the latest advances in medicine can be used to effectively treat pain without the need for addictive narcotics.  This lecture is available for CME credit to attendees.  Space is filling up!

When: Thursday, September 17th, 6:00 to 8:00PM
Where: The New York Academy of Medicine
131 East 77th Street
Manhattan, NY 10021

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Genicular Nerve Ablation

Genicular Nerve Ablation is a brand new and cutting edge option in treating knee pain for patients who may be unwilling or unable to undergo surgery. In it, a sophisticated type of radio wave is applied to the genicular nerves surrounding the knee. The radiofrequency ablation of the knee alleviates pain and restores function. It is a minimally invasive and inexpensive option for avoiding knee surgery altogether.

Spinal Cord StimulationSpinal Cord Stimulation (SCS)

SCS is an innovative procedure that had yields results for patients with pain in their back or limbs who have not found relief from any other treatments. In SCS and electrical pulse is delivered directly to the spine, blocking certain neuron fibers’ access to the brain and consequently the brain’s ability to sense the previously perceived pain. Patients who qualify for this procedure report up to a 70% reduction in pain.

Intravenous (IV) Infusion Therapy

IV Infusion is a easy and painless therapy that might be an option for you if you suffer from chronic pain that has not responded to medication or traditional treatment. It has been shown to be effective at treating fibromyalgia, small fiber neuropathy, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD). In it, medications are mixed with saline in an IV bag and slowly infused into your system.

Get Answers to Your Questions at the Ainsworth Institute

The key to finding the proper treatment for any type of pain is getting a proper diagnosis.  Not all types of pain respond to the same treatments and the window for improvement can be limited. The experts at Ainsworth Institute offer the most advanced pain management treatments available today, including advanced clinical trials that aren’t yet available to the general public. Call us today for an appointment so we can get you started on your road to recovery.

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