Advancing Neuromuscular, Musculoskeletal, & Electrodiagnostic Medicine

AANEM 61st Annual Meeting

2014 Information Coming Soon

EDX and NM Medicine: Looking to the Future as We Address Today’s Challenges

Thursday, October 17 | 8:30 am–12:00 pm
Envision the future of NM medicine through presentations on bionic reconstruction, brain-controlled robotics, and the use of gene therapy in the treatment of NM disorders.

Friday, October 18 | 8:30 am–12:00 pm
Gain an understanding of the present challenges facing NM and EDX providers, including the recent CMS reimbursement cuts. Gather tips for dealing with the cuts’ impact and for identifying and addressing fraud and abuse.


Todd Kuiken, MD, PhD

Todd A. Kuiken, MD, PhD

Developing bionic technologies to improve the function of artificial limbs for people with very proximal amputations
John Englund, MD

John D. England, MD

Past president, editor-in-chief for The Journal of Neurological Sciences

Barry Byrne, MD

Research aimed at understanding types of inherited muscle disease leading to heart and skeletal muscle dysfunction
Peter A. Grant, MD

Peter A. Grant, MD

Current president, key leader in establishing the AANEM Electrodiagnostic Laboratory Accreditation Program

Michael Boninger, MD

Renowned researcher in spinal cord injury and assistive technology
John C. Kincaid, MD

John C. Kincaid, MD

Past president, sits on the Carrier Advisory Committee for Indiana’s Medicare carrier
    Ryan Stumphauzer, JD

Ryan Stumphauzer, JD

Florida-based attorney who has extensive experience and leadership in the area of health care fraud and abuse

Exhibit Hall

The exhibit hall is the place where you can learn about new products, services, and now short topics of relevance to your practice. It is open during the following times:

Wednesday, October 29: 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Thursday, October 30: 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday, October 31: 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

View list of exhibitors

Presentation Stage

New this year in the Exhibit Hall will be a place to receive quick information about a range of subjects from negotiating with payers to marketing your practice. Brief and casual 15-20 minute educational sessions are offered to attendees on a variety of topics. Located at the back of the hall, the presentation stage seating is limited to 30 people.

Industry Forums

Expand your educational opportunities while at the meeting by attending Industry Forums. The Forums are independent symposia sponsored by industry partners and are not part of the official AANEM scientific program but are conveniently held in conjunction with the meeting.