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Fibromyalgia video

Wednesday 26 November 2008

YouTubeYouTube has a video of a presentation on Fibromyalgia for primary care physicians.

According to the provider of the video:

This program features a series of pain case conferences in which physicians present interesting and challenging cases to a multidisciplinary pain panel of experts knowledgeable in treating the type of pain each patient presents. The patient's physician provides the history, examination, labs and radiology, and diagnosis along with other pertinent information to the panel. The panel discussions include the overall assessment, anatomy, etiology, prevalence, patient education procedures, treatment options and patient monitoring.

The video includes Daniel Clauw, Denis Turk, GP Dr Shulman, and three other FMS-friendly medics.

Because of its length (1 hr 35 min), you can watch either the whole thing in one go or in two parts.

Here’s the entire video:

UCSD CMA Pain Management: Fibromyalgia
(1 hr 35 min)

And here’s the video in two parts:

UCSD CMA Pain Management: Fibromyalgia Part One
(50 min)
 
UCSD CMA Pain Management: Fibromyalgia Part Two
(45 min)

 


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