Webinar: “EDS Pain Management – Connecting the DOTS” – April 18, 2017

Join us for this free online learning session! 

DATE: April 18, 2017  at  7:30 pm – 9:30 pm, EDT

TOPIC: “EDS Pain Management  – Connecting the DOTS”

PRESENTER: Pradeep Chopra, MD
Assistant Professor (Clinical)
Brown Medical School, Rhode Island, USA

Sponsored by www.bodysupportstore.com 

Note: Register early. This webinar will fill up fast.  If you do not get a “seat”, the recording will be posted on this page by Thursday, 4/20/2017.


Instructions to participate in the LIVE event:

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You will receive an email with a “Join Meeting” link. Wait until 7:15 pm EST to join.

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USA Attendees

Sign in as a guest. (This will connect you to the “visual” through your computer screen. If you have a pop-up blocker, click “Join meeting” to bypass this.)

The “Connect Audio” window will appear.  Select “call my phone”, type your phone number, and click “connect me”

You will then receive an automated phone call which will connect you to the audio part of the meeting. (You will listen through your phone and view the doctor’s slide presentation on your computer screen.)

International attendees:

When the “Connect Audio” window appears, select “call my computer” and click “connect me”. 

If you have a pop-up blocker, make sure that you disable the pop up blocker.

NOTE: You will pay a toll fee using any of the phone numbers listed.


About our speaker: Pradeep Chopra, MD

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Think Tank session by Dr. Chopra

Pradeep Chopra completed his Anesthesia residency from Harvard Medical School. He then went on to complete his Fellowship in Pain Management, also from Harvard Medical School. He is the recipient of several awards including the John Hedley-Whyte Award in Critical Care Medicine and the Nancy E. Oriol Award in Obstetric Anesthesia.

He holds the prestigious appointment of Assistant Professor (Clinical), Department of Medicine, Brown Medical School, Division of Biology and Medicine and Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology (Adjunct), Boston University School of Medicine.

Dr. Chopra is double Board Certified in Pain Management and Anesthesiology by the American Board of Anesthesiology. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (ABIME).

He is the author of several publications on Chronic Pain including several book chapters.

He is a member of the editorial board for Journal of Cancer Pain and Symptom Palliation and Pain Physician.

Dr. Chopra has a keen interest in both Acute and Chronic Pain Management. His areas of interest are Back Pain, Neck Pain, Joint Pain, Arthritis, and Muscle Pains. He has an extensive experience in complex Pain states, Headaches, Neuropathic Pain and most chronic pain conditions. His approach to treatment of Chronic and Complex Pain states is multi-disciplinary and multi-modality, including Interventional Pain Management, Physical Therapy, Relaxation Techniques, Biofeedback and Psychological Approach. His approach for Chronic Pain patients is to get them to a point to allow them to do the things they want to do and not let Pain take over their lives.

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