Horizon’s Annual Chronic Pain Conference

Horizon’s annual Chronic Pain conference this year will focus on caring for and treating patients with migraines.

The session will provide the latest updates on interventional pain management options, and attendees will have the opportunity to hear from leading experts in the field.

Conference Details

Date: Thursday, November 9, 2023
Time: Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m. and the conference will conclude by 4:00 a.m. (Atlantic Time)
Location: Saint John Regional Hospital, Level 1 Amphitheatre
Registration fee:

  • Students- $5
  • Nurse/ Nurse Practitioner/ Allied healthcare professionals – $50
  • Physicians- $150

Registration: Click [link] to register and provide payment.

Please note: The conference and all presentations will be in English only.
Registration deadline for the conference is Monday, October 30

Topics include:

  • Migraine, Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Migraine & Cannabinoids: Evidence
  • Migraine & Botox Injection: Evidence
  • Interventional Pain Blocks for Migraine
  • Acute Pain Management of the Post-Surgical Patient … and more!

Meet the coordinator & host of Horizon’s Chronic Pain Management conference

Dr. Adesanya Tolu Alugo, MD, MSc, CAPM, CIME, FCARCSI, FIPP, CIPS, ASRA-PMUC, ABHM (Headache)

Meet Dr. Adesanya Tolu Alugo, an interventional pain specialist with fellowship training. He currently leads the Chronic Pain Management Service at the Saint John Regional Hospital.

Dr. Alugo has a keen interest in various conditions such as Peripheral Nerve Neuropathy, CRPS, Neuropathic Back Pain, Cancer Pain, Headaches, Migraines, Facial Pain, and MSK Disorders.

Recently, he received certification in the American Board of Headache Medicine from the renowned Cleveland Clinic.

Dr. Alugo also speaks and teaches on Neuropathic Pain Syndrome globally. During his presentation, Dr. Alugo will discuss the latest best practices for managing migraines, a common problem. Dr. Alugo has a passion for patient care, and ensuring healthcare professionals are well-educated on best practices for the pain management of New Brunswickers.