Localized neuropathic pain (LNP) is a type of neuropathic pain that is characterized by consistent and circumscribed area(s) of maximum pain. It is still difficult to diagnose LNP and therefore many patients are treated with standard systemic treatments. As the intake of systemic pain medication increases the risk of side-effects, a valuable
alternative can be a local treatment that is focused to the area of pain.
How can I diagnose LNP?
What is the best treatment option for my patient suffering from LNP?
To give you an answer to these and other questions we would like to invite you to watch this webcast with two pain specialists discussing with one practice oriented general practitioner.
This webcast directs at European general practitioners and other health care specialists interested in pain.
- Dr. Rodrigue Deleens, pain specialist, Pain Center Department of University Hospital, Rouen and Pain Center Department Cochin Hospital, Paris, France
- Dr. Mark Ritchie, general practitioner & back pain specialist, Medwyn Surgery, Dorking, UK
- Dr. Gonzalo Díaz-Regañón Vilches, anesthesiologist and pain therapist, Pain Clinic 'Consultores en Dolor' and Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón, Madrid, Spain
The webcast Patients in pain is accredited 1 European CME credit (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). (Accreditation begins on 17th March 2017 and is valid for two years, ref. EACCME-2016-EL-70) .
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