Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

  • Track 1-1Interventional Procedures
  • Track 1-2Medication Management
  • Track 1-3Physical Therapy or Chiropractic Therapy
  • Track 1-4Psychological Counseling and Support
  • Track 1-5Acupuncture and other Alternative Therapies
  • Track 1-6Referral to other Medical Specialists
  • Track 1-7Etiology of Various Types of Pain
  • Track 2-1Classification of Pain
  • Track 2-2Anatomical Causes of Back Pain
  • Track 2-3Current Trends in Long Term Back Pain Management
  • Track 2-4The Importance of Pain Phenotyping – Lessons from Headache
  • Track 2-5Facial Pain & Peripheral Nerve Pain
  • Track 2-6Coccydynia & Compression Fractures
  • Track 2-7Post-Herpetic Neuralgia
  • Track 2-8Myofasciitis & Torticollis
  • Track 2-9Piriformis syndrome & Plantar Fasciitis
  • Track 2-10Lateral Epicondylitis
  • Track 2-11Cancer Pain & Treatments
  • Track 3-1Diagnosis of Neuropathic Pain
  • Track 3-2Neuropathic Pain Scoring Systems
  • Track 3-3Neurophysiology – New Insights on Pain Mechanisms
  • Track 3-4The Role of Genetics in Pain Processing
  • Track 3-5Functional Neuroanatomy of Spinal Pain Pathways
  • Track 3-6Imaging of Spinal Pain & other Pains
  • Track 3-7Past, Present, and Future of Neuromodulation
  • Track 3-8Interrupting Pain Pathways- rationale for electrical stimulation
  • Track 3-9The Role of Neurosurgery in the Management of Axial and Upper Limb Radiculitis
  • Track 4-1Better Research Methodologies – The Hierarchy of Trial Design
  • Track 4-2Central Mechanisms of Neuropathic Pain
  • Track 4-3Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), also called reflex sympathetic dystrophy
  • Track 4-4Fibromyalgia
  • Track 4-5About Spinal Surgery
  • Track 4-6Individualised Medicine
  • Track 4-7Interstitial cystitis
  • Track 4-8Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Track 5-1Muscle Relaxation
  • Track 5-2euromuscular-blocking Drugs
  • Track 5-3Acute pain management
  • Track 5-4Sedation
  • Track 5-5Neuraxial Anesthesia
  • Track 6-1Guidelines on Low Back Pain
  • Track 6-2ENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)
  • Track 6-3Mechanism and Management of Chronic Postoperative Pain
  • Track 6-4Towards a Common Pain Management Pathway
  • Track 6-5Sensory Splitting
  • Track 6-6Dissociation and Altered Focus
  • Track 6-7Light Therapy
  • Track 6-8Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Track 6-9Occupational Therapy Pain Management
  • Track 6-10Overview of Mindfulness for the Clinic Patient
  • Track 6-11Pediatric Pain management
  • Track 6-12Cancer Pain Management
  • Track 6-13Laser Pain Therapy
  • Track 7-1Opioid Maintenance Strategies with Buprenorphine
  • Track 7-2Managing Opioid Side Effects
  • Track 7-3Perspectives on Opioid Use
  • Track 7-4Neurobiology of Opioid Addiction
  • Track 7-5Managing the Difficult Patient- Opioids and Beyond
  • Track 7-6Opioids in Serious Medical Illness
  • Track 7-7Interventional Alternatives to Opioids in Pain Management
  • Track 7-8Opioid Clearance Concerns: Hepatic Concerns
  • Track 8-1Corticosteroids
  • Track 8-2Antidepressants
  • Track 8-3Anticonvulsants (Anti-seizure medications)
  • Track 8-4Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs(NSAIDS)
  • Track 8-5Narcotic Pain Medications
  • Track 8-6Non-narcotic Pain Medications
  • Track 9-1Breakthrough Dosing
  • Track 9-2Routine Oral Dosing–Extended-Release and Long-Half-life Opioid Preparations
  • Track 9-3Pharmacologic Tolerance
  • Track 9-4Ongoing Assessment in Pain Management
  • Track 9-5Pain Physicians and Experts
  • Track 9-6Pain Management Products and Materials
  • Track 9-7Pain Pathophysiology. Acute vs. Chronic Pain
  • Track 9-8Pharmacologic Approaches to Pain Management: General Guidelines and Considerations
  • Track 9-9Various Pain medicines: Mechanism of Action
  • Track 9-10Adverse Effects of Pain Medications
  • Track 9-11In-vitro and In-vivo Studies
  • Track 9-12Routine Oral Dosing—Immediate-Release Preparations
  • Track 10-1Patient Education
  • Track 10-2Complementary Therapies
  • Track 10-3Acupuncture
  • Track 10-4Music therapy
  • Track 10-5Hypnosis
  • Track 10-6Massage Therapy
  • Track 10-7Reflexology
  • Track 10-8Mind-Body Therapies
  • Track 10-9Biofield Therapies
  • Track 10-10Art Therapy
  • Track 11-1Chiropractors
  • Track 11-2Physiatrists or Rehabilitation Physicians
  • Track 11-3Rheumatologists
  • Track 11-4Orthopedic Surgeons
  • Track 11-5Physical Therapists
  • Track 11-6Acupuncturists
  • Track 11-7Pain Medicine Specialists
  • Track 11-8Osteopathic Doctors
  • Track 11-9Pediatric Pain Management
  • Track 12-1Burning Mouth Syndrome
  • Track 12-2Oral Cancer Pain
  • Track 12-3Oral Ulceration
  • Track 12-4Various surgical procedures
  • Track 12-5Orofacial Pain Treatment
  • Track 12-6Dental Pain Management
  • Track 12-7Medicine for Dental Pain
  • Track 12-8TMJ Pain and Treatment
  • Track 13-1Evidence Based Practice
  • Track 13-2Alternative Pain Management
  • Track 13-3Preoperative assessment
  • Track 13-4Post Anesthesia Care Unit
  • Track 13-5Ambulatory Care
  • Track 13-6Post Traumatic Pain Management
  • Track 13-7Advanced Pain Management