Sunday, April 23, 2017

Academy News


The Fastest Way to Demonstrate Your Pain Management Expertise

  Many clinicians have learned the art of managing people’s pain by spending time with patients, listening to them, studying the available literature, and attending workshops or seminars.  Your clinical experience combined, with continuing education, gives you a unique expertise in pain management. However, documenting that experience has been out of reach for so many


Save the Date! Our 28th Annual Meeting

The Right Meeting, the Right Time, the Right Place! Join 1,000 pain professionals for the only clinical meeting dedicated to integrative pain management. Learn how to safely and effectively manage peoples’ pain through the latest integrative, multidisciplinary, and multimodal approaches to care. Advance to the next level in pain management via the intensive 2-day Comprehensive Review Course to


Academy Involved in CADCA Training to Improve Two Public Health Crises

Bob Twillman, Executive Director of the Academy of Integrative Pain Management (formerly the American Academy of Pain Management), and Catherine Brunson from CADCA’s National Coalition Institute, presented a workshop on July 20 in Las Vegas at CADCA’s Mid Year Training Institute entitled, Prescribing Some Solutions to Prescription Pain Medicine Abuse.  Hundreds of participants representing substance abuse,

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