University of Neurosurgery Pain Webinar
(W05) Neurostimulation for Headache Syndromes
Original Release Date: 12/15/2009, Termination Date: 12/15/2012
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to identify various headache syndromes that can be treated with neurostimulation, list the various techniques including peripheral (trigeminal branch) stimulation, deep brain stimulation, and cortical stimulation utilized to treat headache, and discuss the technical nuances and manage complications associated with these neurostimulation techniques.
Alon Y. Mogilner, MD, PhD
North Shore Hospital, Neurosurgery
Konstantin V. Slavin, MD
University of Illinois Medical Center
Jamie S. Ullman, MD
Associate Professor Neurosurgery
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
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Alon Y. Mogilner, MD
Grant(s)/Research: Medtronic Neurological; St. Jude Neuromodulation
Consultant: Medtronic Neurological
Honorarium: Medtronic Neurological
Konstantin V. Slavin, MD
Grants(s)/Research: Medtronic; St. Jude Medical; Boston Scientific; Integra
Consultant: Medtronic; St. Jude Medical; Greatbatch; Vycor Medical
Stock Shareholder: Vycor Medical
Honorarium: Medtronic; St. Jude Medical; Elekta
Jamie S. Ullman, MD, FACS
Consultant: Oxygen Biotherapeutics
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