The lecture was broadcast to more than 14 countries and showcased a method of training for minimally invasive cooled radiofrequency procedures to treat chronic pain. Viewers were also able to directly interact with faculty while simultaneously observing the procedure.
Mehul, Desai, MD, of George Washington University Hospital was the faculty trainer for the course. To register for the next lecture, visit Kimberly-Clark's website.
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