KNOWvember

 

This KNOWvember, expand your

#NeuromodulationKnowledge

Each KNOWvember, U.S. Pain Foundation explores a different pain modality.This year, we’re focusing on neuromodulation therapy, which involves the use of external or implanted stimulation for pain relief (examples include TENS units, peripheral nerve stimulation, spinal cord stimulation, and more!)

OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN

Join two of our three educational events to receive a free U.S. Pain face mask!

For details or to register, follow the links below.

This event has passed. To receive credit for participation, you must have retweeted or responded to a tweet during the chat (using #PainChat).

 

This event has passed. However, you can still register to watch the recording – and earn credit toward a face mask!

 

This event has passed. However, you can still register to watch the recording – and earn credit toward a face mask!

RECEIVE A FREE FACE MASK!

New this year: Attend two of our three KNOWvember events to receive a free U.S. Pain Foundation face mask!

How to receive credit:

  • To receive credit for the Twitter chat, you must have retweeted or responded on Twitter to one of the questions (remember to use the hashtag, #PainChat!). You’ll have the opportunity to submit a screenshot to help us confirm your participation.
  • To receive credit for either webinar event, you must have registered and attended live via Zoom OR watched the recording via Zoom (watching via Facebook Live will not count).
  • Fill out the form below by Dec. 15 (note deadline change!)

Additional rules:

  • Masks are available on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last.
  • Masks may only be shipped within the United States.
  • One face mask is allowed per household.

To earn credit and receive the mask, fill out the form below by Dec. 15! (Deadline has been extended!)

 

 

Download our free handouts

View sources and citations for handouts and social media myths and facts.

WHAT IS NEUROMODULATION?

Neuromodulation includes everything from TENS units to spinal cord stimulators. It is defined by the International Neuromodulation Society as “the alteration of nerve activity through targeted delivery of a stimulus, such as electrical stimulation or chemical agents, to specific neurological sites in the body.”

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

This campaign was created through support from Boston Scientific and Abbott. U.S. Pain Foundation developed the content without review from sponsors.  This information is educational only and should not be used as a substitute for advice from a health care professional.