Interventional Pain Management Reports
Interventional Pain Management Reports (IPM Reports) is an electronic publication of The American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and a Clinical Companion Journal to Pain Physician. It is a peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal written by and directed to an audience of interventional pain physicians, clinicians and basic scientists with an interest in interventional pain management and pain medicine. IPM Reports presents the latest studies, research, and information vital to those in the emerging specialty of interventional pain management - and critical to the people they serve.
Access the current issue at: ipmreportsjournal.com
Current issue highlights: (June 2017, Volume 1, Issue 2)
Combined Ultrasound and Fluoroscopic Guidance for Percutaneous Ilioinguinal Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
Juan A. Ramos, MD, Andrew J. McNeil, DO, and Ted F. Gingrich, MD.
The Treatment and Natural Course of “Insulin Neuritis” or Treatment-induced Neuropathy from the Perspective of 2 Cases
Frank G. van Haren, MD, and Kris C.P Vissers, MD, PhD.
Intrathecal Bleed Following Percutaneous Spinal Cord Stimulator Trial Lead Placement
Katherine S. Roden, MD, Julie A. Owen, MD, and Ryan H. Nobles, MD.
Skin Burn after Sacroiliac Denervation: An Unusual but Significant Complication
Charles Amaral de Oliveira, MD, André Mansano, MD, PhD, Fabricio Dias Assis, MD, and Andrea Trescot, MD.