Chronic noncancerous pain (CNCP) can be a major challenge for physicians, as well as for patients suffering from it. Complete elimination of pain is never attainable for any substantial period. Therefore, patients should seek treatment with goals that include minimizing pain, maximizing function, and improving quality of life. The simplest results are often achieved when chronic pain management addresses co-occurring psychiatric disorders.
Chronic Conferences | Chronic Pain Conferences 2022 | Chronic Pain Conferences | World Pain Research 2022 | Conferences on Pain Research | Chronic Pain Conferences USA | Medicine Conferences | Chronic Pain Congress | Chronic Pain Summits | Meetings on Chronic Pain
Associations & Societies:
American Academy of Pain Medicine | Society for Pain Practice Management | American Chronic Pain Association | University of Wisconsin Pain Policy Studies Group | World Institute of Pain | Emerging Solutions in Pain | Pain Resource Center | American Chronic Pain Association | U.S. Pain Foundation | American Board of Pain Medicine | Chronic Pain Association of Canada | Greater Philadelphia Pain Society | Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain | National Headache Foundation | National Pain Foundation | Pain Relief Foundation | Chronic Pain Australia