This CME meeting will be held at The Lowell Inn and Conference Center in Madison, WI.
The fees include the cost of tuition, course materials; breakfasts; lunches Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; breaks all days, and dinner on Thursday evening. Meals and breaks are for registered attendees. Guests may join you for meals – see pricing below.
To register, please contact:
Mary P. Doherty
The planning committee members indicated they have no financial relationships to disclose relevant to the content of this CME activity.
This educational activity has been designed to meet the needs of physicians, (MDs, DOs, NDs and Podiatrists) who manage patients through the diagnosis and treatment of chronic pain due to ligament instability. Specialties that would benefit from this conference are those that care for patients with pain, including Family Medicine, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine, Internal Medicine, Orthopedic Medicine and Surgery, Anesthesiology, Podiatry and Pain Management.
The Anatomy, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Chronic Myofascial Pain with Prolotherapy will be one day of lectures on theory, anatomy and prolotherapy techniques, followed by a day of hands on workshops followed by another half day of lectures and panel discussions. There will also be two Advanced Topics sessions for those attendees that are experienced injectors. The conference will have a Research Symposium which will entail presentations of research projects, methods to begin new research projects and means to collaborate research among facilities, all in prolotherapy.
Research Symposium purpose: It has been an active and exciting year in injection medicine. In this year’s symposium, speakers will review recently published clinical research on prolotherapy and related injection therapy and bring you the latest information of studies now in progress. This annual meeting is designed to bring together clinicians, clinical researchers and basic scientists interested in research of prolotherapy and related injection therapies. Each speaker is an active clinician and/or researcher who will present completed or ongoing findings. The overall tone of the conference is participatory and collaborative. Our primary goal is to facilitate a high level of understanding of current research and to stimulate further work among and between researchers and interested clinicians.
The needs will be addressed by the use of lectures, extensive anatomy review, discussion, demonstrations and practice injections on cadavers with C-arm guidance, and viewing of injection videos with a faculty member and model. The hands-on workshops will enable the conferee to have practical training in palpation and marking for prolotherapy. Discussions of prolotherapy indications and complications along with a panel discussion of complicated cases will enhance the participant’s learning.
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
This CME activity has been designed to change learner competence and focuses on the American Board of Medical Specialties areas of patient care and procedural skills, medical knowledge, and practice-based learning and improvement.
For expert injectors that have previously attended the HHF conference.
Participants will rotate through all three workshops
Anatomy Palpation, Examination and Marking Skills
Injection Demonstration of Cadavers, Participant Practice Lab
Injection Demonstrations Utilizing Models & Video
MD: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the ACCME® Essential Areas and IMS Policies of the Iowa Medical Society (IMS) through joint sponsorship of Des Moines University (DMU) and the Hackett Hemwall Foundation (University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health). DMU is accredited by the IMS to provide continuing medical education for physicians. DMU designates this live activity for a maximum of 30.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
DO: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the essential areas and policies of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) through the joint sponsorship of Des Moines University (DMU) and The University of Wisconsin. DMU is accredited by the AOA and approves this activity for a maximum of 28.75 hours of AOA Category 1-A CME credits.
Continuing Education Units: The University of Wisconsin-Madison, as a member of the University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) authorizes this program for 3.05 continuing education units (CEUs) or 30.5 hours.
Educational grants or in-kind support from commercial entities were not accepted for this activity.
Fee for accompanying guests – meals/receptions:
Mary P. Doherty
New registrations will NOT be accepted on day of conference.
All registered participants will receive an electronic copy (USB drive) of the syllabus at conference Check-in. Please bring your lap top computer to view the presentations. WiFi is available throughout Lowell at no charge to attendees. If there are any concerns regarding the electronic syllabus,
please contact Mary Doherty prior to the conference.
On Friday, for our hands on workshops, comfortable casual clothing is suggested. Since meeting room temperatures and personal comfort levels vary, it is recommended that you bring a sweater or jacket for the lecture days. Casual clothing is appropriate for the entire conference.
All cancellations must be received by October 8, 2013. This will allow wait-listed people to take the place of a cancellation, if one occurs. Cancellations received by October 8, 2013 will receive a refund; cancellations after that time will not receive a refund. All cancellations will be charged a processing fee of $50.
Vegetarian selections will be available at all provided meals. If you require additional assistance, contact Mary Doherty at least 1 week before the conference at: email@example.com.
To make hotel room reservations at Lowell, please call: 608-256-2621 or 866-301-1753. Email: Lowell@ecc.uwex.edu A block of rooms has been reserved. These rooms will be held for our conference until September 16, 2013. The room rate is from $89 to $117 per night. The name on the block of rooms is: Prolotherapy.
A progressive and cosmopolitan city of 250,000, Madison is home to the world-class University of Wisconsin, the seat of state government, and an eclectic, electric atmosphere that energizes any visitor’s stay. Built on a narrow isthmus between Lakes Monona and Mendota, Madison is one of the nation’s most scenic cities. Five area lakes and more than 200 parks provide countless recreational activities, from swimming, sailing and fishing to biking, hiking, inline skating and more. Madison offers both small town charm and a range of cultural and recreational opportunities usually found in much larger cities. Very convenient for visitors to Madison are 34 bike rental “stations” with 350 bikes that can be rented by the half hour or longer. This is a great way to explore Madison with its 275 miles of bike paths and lanes! (bring your own helmet).
The Lowell Inn and Conference Center is a University of Wisconsin facility, located in the heart of the UW campus at 610 Langdon Street. The center has conference rooms, dining facilities, lounges and a swimming pool with sauna. On-site parking for guests is $8 per day; complimentary parking is available nearby. Lowell Inn has 137 guest rooms which have recently been remodeled and upgraded. Also, there is now a convenient drive up lane on Frances Street, to facilitate easy accessible access to the center. One of Lowell’s greatest assets is their helpful, friendly staff.
Des Moines University (DMU) prohibits discrimination in employment, educational programs, and activities on the basis of race, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or associational preference. The University also affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities and equal access to University facilities. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend DMU sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation in order to participate in this activity, please contact the DMU Continuing Medical Education office at 515-271-1596 or firstname.lastname@example.org.