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Adhesive Arachnoiditis: Identification, Treatment, and Management of Inflammatory Pain

Forest Tennant, MD, MPH, DrPH

Forest Tennant M.D. Dr.P.H discusses why adhesive arachnoiditis is a difficult and debilitating pain management issue in clinical practice. Dr Tennant also distinguishes adhesive arachnoiditis from other conditions that produce back pain as well as recognizing treatment options that reduce inflammatory pain and adhesive arachnoiditis.

Goals and Objectives
  1. Describe why adhesive arachnoiditis is a difficult and debilitating pain management issue in clinical practice
  2. Distinguish adhesive arachnoiditis from other conditions that produce back pain.
  3. Recognize medical and non-medical measures that reduce inflammatory pain and treat adhesive arachnoiditis.
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    Forest Tennant has nothing to disclose.

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