This biennial conference, subtitled “Neuromodulation: From Scientific Theory to Revolutionary Therapy”, hopes to emphasize that neuromodulation therapies from deep brain stimulation for movement disorders, epilepsy, and psychiatric disorders, to spinal cord stimulation for chronic pain and locomotion, to sacral nerve stimulation for urinary and fecal incontinence, have all developed from rigorous scientific theory and have matured into proven clinical therapies. No longer considered mysterious or unproven therapies, neuromodulation therapies now have a strong underpinning in scientific theory which has led to rigorous studies of mechanisms of action which have ultimately led to refinement and personalization of neuromodulation techniques.
The 15th INS World Congress will include plenary sessions from world experts, oral presentations, panel discussions, oral abstract presentations, and poster sessions covering the basic science, mechanisms of action, and clinical effectiveness of neuromodulation therapies. It will by design include networking opportunities to convey knowledge from multiple disciplines about current practice, future developments, and solutions for neuromodulation therapy of the central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous system.
Abstract Submission Deadline: Novemeber 15th, 2021, 23:59 CET