Chronic Pain Series

Chronic Pain Series

Regular price $3,250.00 Sale

Course Pricing:     

  • $3250 if registered at least 60 days prior to course
  • $3500 if registered less than 60 days prior to course
  • $3000 per course if 2 or more courses are purchased at the same time
  • $3000 Military rate
  • $3000 with confirmed TCU Fellowship Application/Acceptance (Must register at the regular price and a refund will be issued upon proof of acceptance)

Veterans and active military — please use code MilitaryAPM at checkout to take advantage of our military discount!

Buying two APM courses at once? — please use code 2XAPM at checkout to get a discount!

Buying all 3 courses at once? - please use code 3XAPM at checkout to get the discount!

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The Maverick Chronic Pain Series is designed to address the needs of CRNAs currently in or those contemplating entering the pain management field.  The lack of comprehensive pain education for CRNAs and an overwhelming number of Americans suffering from chronic pain is the driving force behind this education.  CRNAs must be adequately educated and prepared in the physiology of pain, the assessment and diagnosis of pain and of course the many different treatment options in both the acute and chronic settings to combat this crisis. 

The Maverick Chronic Pain Series is a combination of online, interactive pre-learning modules designed to prepare the learner for participation in a 16-hour hands-on cadaver lab.  The online pre-learning will be extensive but self-paced allowing for complete understanding of all concepts prior to attending the cadaver lab.  The cadaver lab will focus on the skill acquisition of fluoroscopy guided and ultrasound guided pain interventions.  Using the latest in pedagogy education strategies, the lab time will allow the learner to obtain an unprecedented number of repetitions at each station, in a true life-like simulation, to achieve a strong level of competency and confidence.  

Advanced Pain Management Course I

June 1-2, 2019

Course I is for CRNAs with limited experience.  Designed for those who have little or no prior experience in chronic pain assessment, diagnosis and treatment. 

Online topics covered (Online modules to open at least 6 weeks prior to lab):

  • Pain Types/Assessment/Interview
  • Shoulder/Hip/Knee Pain
  • Sensory, Strength and Reflex Testing
  • Myofascial and SI Joint Pain
  • Radicular Spine Pain
  • Spinal Anatomy for Fluoroscopic Interventions
  • Neuroscience of Pain
  • Documentation Requirements
  • Radiation Safety

Cadaver lab stations:  

  • Lumbar Interlaminar Epidural Steroid Injections
  • Lumbar transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections
  • Sacroiliac Intra-articular Joint injections
  • Lumbar intra-articular Facet and Medial Branch Nerve Blocks
  • Caudal Epidural Steroid Injections
  • Live model: pain assessment and diagnosis

Advanced Pain Management Course II

October 5-6, 2019

Course II is for those who have completed Course I or have already begun practicing some of the more basic chronic interventions and desire to increase their knowledge and skill set.  

Online topics covered (Online modules to open at least 6 weeks prior to lab):

  • Complex Pain Assessment and Diagnosis
  • Advanced Radiological Interpretation
  • Advanced Scientific Basis of Pharmacology
  • Red flags of pain management

Cadaver lab stations:  

  • Cervical Medial Branch Nerve Blocks
  • Cervical Epidural Steroid injections
  • Cervical/Thoracic/Lumbar Radiofrequency Ablation/lesioning of the Medial Branch nerve
  • Stellate Ganglion injection w/fluoroscopy
  • Thoracic Epidural Steroid Injections

Advanced Pain Management Course III

February 8-9, 2020

Course III is for those who have completed Courses I & II and/or are experienced in fluoroscopy guided pain interventions but wish to add ultrasound guided interventions to their skill set and learn the all important business of pain management. 

Online topics covered (Online modules to open at least 6 weeks prior to lab):

  • Using Ultrasound in Pain Management:

                Injections for major and minor joints; various peripheral nerves.

  • Pain Management in Rural Settings
  • The Business of Pain Management

Cadaver Lab stations: 

  • USG injections of major joints: Shoulder, Hip, Knee
  • USG injections of minor joints: Elbow, ankle, hands
  • USG injections of Peripheral nerves: radial, median, ulnar, ilioinguinal/ilihypogastric, greater occipital; geniculars
  • USG stellate ganglion injection
  • USG lumbar facet injections
  • USG Sacroiliac Joint injections
  • Cryotherapy (Iovera) treatment for peripheral nerves.

Hands-On Lab Schedule

Saturday Lab Schedule:

  • 8:00am-9:00am Orientation & Breakfast (Provided by Maverick)
  • 9:00am-12:00pm Hands-on Cadaver Lab & Physical Exam Stations
  • 12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch (Provided by Maverick)
  • 1:00pm-5:00pm Hands-on Cadaver Lab & Physical Exam Stations

Sunday Lab Schedule:

  • 7:45am-8:00am Breakfast (Provided by Maverick)
  • 8:00am-12:00pm Hands-on Cadaver Lab & Physical Exam Stations
  • 12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch (Provided by Maverick)
  • 1:00pm-5:00pm Proficiency Testing & Open Cadaver Lab

Cadaver Lab Location:   

University of North Texas Health Science Center

3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard

Fort Worth, Texas

Travel Recommendations:          

Airport:   DFW International Airport (DFW)

Hotels:    https://hotelguides.com/colleges/texas/university-north-texas-     health-science-center.html

Cancellation Policy:

We try to avoid refunds and offer rescheduling to another lab if at all possible. If for some reason that absolutely will not work for you, we will refund the following:

  • More than 6 weeks prior to lab: 100% tuition, less any fees we may have incurred such as Shopify, PayPal, or online course provider fees
  • 4-6 weeks prior to lab: 50% refund
  • 2-4 weeks prior to lab: May transfer to a future lab; No refunds.
  • Less than 2 weeks prior to lab: No refunds, no transfers.