Bangalore Interventional Pain Course – Summer 2014

BIPCO 2013

Bangalore Interventional Pain Course (BIPCO) is 2 day workshop, designed for pain physicians for skills improvement of the basic and advanced interventional pain procedures. BIPCO features an in-depth and comprehensive program for interventional pain management with focus on hands-on training on fresh frozen cadavers in a state-of-the-art facility.

Date: March 22nd & 23rd 2014

Venue: M S Ramaiah Advanced Learning Centre, Gnanagangothri Campus, Bangalore

Key Features

  • Centrally air-conditioned lecture and dissection hall
  • Fresh Frozen Cadavers which gives a close to realistic feel of intervention.
  • Each cadaver station is limited to 6 participants
  • Dissection halls have state-of-the-art audio visual setup
  • Short lectures on key concepts
  • C-arms and state-of-the-art equipment are utilized in this course.
  • Participants are requested to dress in casual attire.
  • Leaded aprons and thyroid shields will be provided
  • Maximum interaction amongst the participants

The workshop is designed to integrate multiple aspects of interventional pain management to treat your patients effectively and safely.


Dr. Arun Venkatraman, MD, FRCA, FFPMRCA, CCT, Bangalore

Dr. Karthik Babu Natarajan, MD, FIPP, Chennai

Dr. Mahesh R Menon, MD, Mumbai

Dr. Muralidhar Joshi, MD, DNB, Hyderabad

Dr. Muralidhar Thondebhavi, MD, FRCA, FFPMRCA, CCT Bangalore

Dr. Raghavendra Ramanjulu, MD, DNB, FIPP, Bangalore

Dr. Shivanna Venkataramana, MD, FRCA, FIPP, Bangalore

Dr. P. Vijayanand, FCARCSI, DPainMed (RCSI), MSc (Pain), FFPMCAI, FFPMANZCA, Hyderabad

You could download the registration form here BIPCO

 Gallery of BIPCO-Monsoon 2013

Muralidhar Thondebhavi

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MD, FRCA, FFPMRCA, CCT | Consultant in Pain Medicine, Apollo Hospital, Bangalore

There are 5 Comments

  1. Posted by Dr amar Reply

    I am keen to participate in the workshop.can you please guide me how to register for the same.
    Thanking you

    • Dr. Palanisamy Vijayanand
      Posted by Dr. Palanisamy Vijayanand Reply

      Hello Dr Amar

      There is a registration form available at the bottom of the page. You can complete it and send it to Dr. Murali. You could get in touch with him by email if you have any queries.


  2. Posted by Dr Mayank Gupta Reply

    Respected sir, I am keen on attending this course. is the registration still open. Is the registration online or one has to fill it and send it by post with cheque. kindly guide.

    • Dr. Palanisamy Vijayanand
      Posted by Dr. Palanisamy Vijayanand Reply

      Hello Mayank. You simply have to download the brochure, complete it, scan it, and send it. The link to the brochure is in the blog. You could also call Dr. Muralidhar Thondebhavi directly to block your place.

  3. Posted by Dr MURALIDHARA S K Reply

    I would like to register for the work shop. Will hands on training be given in the longer version of the course?
    I am a family practitioner with MBBS., degree and over 30 years of experience.
    Could you please suggest a course so it ill help me treat patients with chronic pains.
    Dr Muralidhara

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