The Neuromodulation Society of Australia & New Zealand

The Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand (NSANZ) is a not-for-profit multidisciplinary body dedicated to promoting research, knowledge and awareness of neuromodulation. NSANZ advocates for the safe and professional practice of neuromodulation and its use and application in the treatment of chronic pain and other disease.

Read on

NSANZ 14th Annual Scientific Meeting

Due to the covid-19 pandemic, the Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand (NSANZ) has made the decision to postpone their 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting until 2021.

Read on
North Sydney

Sign up to our membership to receive great benefits!

Gain access to valuable resources, receive discounts on chapter activities or connect with NSANZ members and join discussions.

Read on

How to join NSANZ

NSANZ is a chapter of the International Neuromodulation Society (INS).

The International Neuromodulation Society

The Fastest-Growing, Worldwide Multidisciplinary Body Devoted to Building Knowledge of Neuromodulation.

The International Neuromodulation Society (INS) is a non-profit group of clinicians, scientists and engineers dedicated to the scientific development and awareness of neuromodulation – the alteration of nerve activity through targeted delivery of a stimulus, such as electrical stimulation or chemical agents, to specific neurological sites in the body.

The San Francisco-based INS was formed in 1989 and educates and promotes the field through meetings, its peer-reviewed journal (Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface), mentorship, and chapter websites. The INS also provides information for patients and produces rolling news briefs about this rapidly evolving field.

Join now

Member area

Once logged in to the INS Members-Only Section, members can access the full INS journal, Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface, edit their profile, list their practice in the INS public directory, connect with other members, post or seek employment opportunities, view a database of neuromodulation products, access images for slides or posters, download custom patient handouts, and access past congress proceedings. 

To enjoy all these benefits, please login or register today.

Upcoming events

2021 Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand 14th Annual Scientific Meeting (NSANZ 2021)

Start/end date: 13/08/2021 - 15/08/2021

Due to the covid-19 pandemic, the Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand (NSANZ) has made the decision to postpone their 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting until 2021.

We look forward to you joining us at the 2021 Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand 14th Annual Scientific Meeting, 13– 15 August 2021, being held at the Sofitel Brisbane Central, Queensland.

The program will be led by a number of esteemed international and national guest speakers. The program will also include a number of breakout sessions, scientific posters, as well as plenty of time for networking.

A Cadaver Pre-Conference Workshop will be held on Friday 13 August 2021, at the Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane. There will be two full day Cadaver Workshop’s running: Radiofrequency Procedures and Neurostimulation, each will consist of a half day workshop in the cadaver lab and half day didactic lectures.

More information

2021 Cadaver Pre-Conference Workshop

Start/end date: 13/08/2021 - 13/08/2021

The NSANZ Cadaver Workshop will be held as a pre-conference workshop on Friday 13 August 2021 at the Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand 14th Annual Scientific Meeting, 13– 15 August 2021, being held in Brisbane, Queensland.

The workshop will be held at QUT Medical Engineering Research Facility (MERF), The Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane.

There will be two full day Cadaver Workshop’s running on Friday 13 August as below with each workshop consisting of a half day workshop in the cadaver lab and half day didactic lectures.

  • Radiofrequency Procedures
  • Neurostimulation

Delegates will be able to register for just one of the two available workshops and spaces will be limited.

More information

Latest news

© 2021 NSANZ     |    Privacy Policy    |    Contact Us
scroll to top

Search site