Drs. Hunter and Lee presented at the joint meeting of the New York and New Jersey Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (NYSIPP & NJSIPP). Dr. Hunter lectured on the use of Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) for Pelvic Pain. Dr. Lee was chosen to train physicians on the use of Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) of joint pain.
Dr. Hunter was promoted to the position of Secretary of NYSIPP by his peers and colleagues in honor of his accomplishments in the field of Pain Medicine and for his dedication to excellence. He served as Director-at-Large for 2 years prior. He was also also asked to join as faculty and lead an instructional workshop on teaching Microdiscectomy at this year's annual meeting.
The American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP) is a not-for-profit organization representing interventional pain physicians across the country. It was developed To promote the development and practice of safe, high quality, cost-effective interventional pain management techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of pain and related disorders, and to ensure patient access to these interventions. Dr. Lee is the youngest member to be elected to this position in the history of the NYSIPP.
Dr. Corey Hunter hosted a lecture at the annual meeting of the West Virginia Society of Interventional Pain Physicians on the Infusion Therapy for Refractory Pain. The lecture was attended by over 200 physicians from around the world Read More
Dr. Corey Hunter—a member of The Neuropathy Association’s Neuropathic Pain Management Medical Advisory Council—hosted a live webinar event in association with the Neuropathy Association to help people better understand the treatments available for SF neuropathy.
Dr. Corey Hunter hosted a lecture at the annual meeting of the West Virginia Society of Interventional Pain Physicians on the Business of Medicine.
Dr. Hunter Hosts Facebook Chat on “Neuropathic Pain is Different” Dr. Corey Hunter—a member of The Neuropathy Association’s Neuropathic Pain Management Medical Advisory Council—hosted a “chat” event on The Neuropathy Association’s Facebook page to increase the public profile of—and the much-needed conversation about—neuropathic pain.