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An Educational Series Designed for Interventional Pain Physicians
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  • • 11am Central, US
  • • 12pm Eastern, US
  • • 2pm Federal District, Brazil
  • • 5pm Greenwich Mean
  • • 6pm Central European

An Introduction to Lysis of Adhesions

We’re taking a high level look at Lysis of Adhesions, exploring its origins, and what has been learned after over 1.5 million Lysis procedures performed in over 32 countries.

Anatomy & Physical Exam

Find information on spinal anatomy and the importance of correctly identifying osseous structures and accurately diagnosing nerve entrapment syndromes

Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria

Discover the most common indications patients present when Lysis of Adhesions is advised.

Medication Use for Lysis of Adhesions

Dr. Gabor Racz answers the questions most frequently asked about medicine use when performing Lysis of Adhesions.

Pre and Post Procedure Best Practices

Learn the important steps to take before and after the Lysis of Adhesions procedure to ensure maximal safety and efficacy.

Caudal Lysis

Learn the key steps when performing Caudal Neuroplasty, also referred to as Lumbar Lysis of Adhesions.

Scarring Triangle

A unique triangular space has been identified that is large enough to accept the average loose disc fragment and tends to collect leaky disc material. Discover how to open up this area called the Scarring Triangle.

Cervical Lysis

Learn the key steps when performing Caudal Neuroplasty, also referred to as Lumbar Lysis of Adhesions.

Dural Tug

Learn how the act of pulling the dura, when stuck to the foramen magnum, will open up lateral runoff.

Blunt Needles

Discover why so many clinicians use the blunt needle for atraumatic access to nerve blocks, sleeve blocks, deep muscle blocks, hypogastric, paravertebral blocks, joint blocks, facets, selective nerve root, lumbar sympathetic, thoracic sympathetic, splanchnic, and celiac plexus blocks.

Physician Testimonials

Thanks very much for the Racz EDU presentation. It was very helpful, informative,
and a practice-changing webinar.
— Dr. Shahid Hafeez
Pakistan
Dr. Racz is a treasure. He provides the best information on the most compelling topics.
— Dr. Kenneth J. Eaddy
Jacksonville, Florida
Thank you for the effort you do to improve this profession.
— Dr. Meltem Kanar
Turkey

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This interactive video-based training program teaches interventional pain through as online series. With a multi-educational approach, physicians will receive weekly instruction led by Dr. Gabor B. Racz.

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About the Program


An Educational Series Designed for Interventional Pain Physicians
This interactive virtual training program teaches interventional pain through an online series. With a multi-educational approach, physicians will receive monthly instruction materials and a live session "Office Hours", led by Dr. Gabor B. Racz and guest physicians.
On the first Friday of the month, we will highlight a specific interventional pain topic and will send articles, video links, recorded messages and more to your inbox. Dr. Racz and guest physicians will also conduct a live session, on the first Friday, where he will discuss the monthly topic in more depth and answer your questions. This live virtual session will also be recorded for later viewing.