Nimbus participated in ASPN’s first annual Emerging Therapies Hands On Lab that was led by outstanding interventional pain medicine faculty at the W Hotel in Scottsdale Arizona on December 7º and 8º. The American Society of Pain and Neuroscience is an excellent organization who are dedicated to advancement in the fields of Pain and Neuroscience to improving patient outcomes, education, research, and innovation. The lab is a part of their expansion to demonstrate modern pain medicine treatments on cadavers with rotations amongst the different labs.
Nimbus had the opportunity to participate in the advanced radiofrequency for pain cadaveric lab sessions. The faculty and participant engagement was outstanding and focused on RF for knee, hip, thoracic, and sacroiliac joint procedural applications.