AAPM is closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak with a goal of providing pain medicine professionals with the news and information they need.
Give your patients what they need to feel better, body and mind. These resources for pain patients help you inform your patients about pain, lead them to a pain specialist in their area, or connect them with organizations that directly serve pain patients.
AAPM develops clinical practice guidelines for use in the treatment of pain based on clinical expertise and a review of the relevant literature by diverse groups of highly trained clinicians.
AAPM provides tools for you to improve your practice and get involved in improving the field of pain. Advocate for your patients and colleagues, and get the best recommendations from experts in the field to improve your treatment and patient outcomes.
AAPM gladly serves and represents academic and community pain clinicians, clinical researchers, and other health scientists who aim to increase the amount of original research data and analysis on the practice of pain medicine.
Together we can help our patients, our communities, and the millions of people who suffer with pain.
The core purpose of AAPM is to optimize the health of patients in pain and eliminate the major public health problem of pain by advancing the practice and the specialty of pain medicine.
In line with this purpose, AAPM and the AAPM Foundation engage in a variety of initiatives to raise public awareness and education about pain.
American Academy of Pain Medicine