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Welcome to theTreatMyPain Source Pain Links sponsored by DocMD.com. There are an extensive number of pain sites on the Internet, including informational sites, and sites that advertise pain facilities. Most of the pain sites include information for physicians and healthcare, but also for consumers. A great starting place to discover the myriad of pain sites is pain.com, sponsored by the Dannemiller Memorial Educational Foundation, and provides extensive resources, consumer and physician information on a variety of pain issues including cancer pain, regional anesthesia, and CME programs. Pain.com is one of the most comprehensive list and links to pain sites and organizations on the web. Additional sites are listed below in alphabetical order. We have also included access to MEDLINE, and other useful Reference Sites for additional information. Please contact us at info@docmd.com if you have additional suggestions or comments for sites.

American Academy of Pain Medicine is the primary organization for physicians practicing the specialty of Pain Medicine in the United States. Pain Medicine is a discrete medical specialty recognized by the American Medical Association

American Board of Pain Medicine certifies qualified physicians in the field of Pain.

American Chronic Pain Association Home Page offering support and information for people with chronic pain.

American Pain Foundation is a nonprofit information resource and patient advocacy organization serving people with pain. Their mission is to improve the quality of life of people with pain by providing practical information for patients, raising public awareness and understanding of pain, and advocating against barriers to effective treatment.

American Pain Society is a multidisciplinary organization of basic and clinical scientists, practicing clinicians, policy analysts, and others. The mission of the American Pain Society is to advance pain-related research, education, treatment and professional practice.

Au Bon Pain is not about pain but rather pain, the stuff the French buy in loaves and eat with cheese!

Chronic Pain Resources contains links, chat lines, and other issues for chronic pain support

Diseaseworld.com contains links and information about pain and other chronic diseases that are available on the Internet.

eMedicine provides an on-line medical reference library, well organized and easy to use (their logo: Medical Textbooks for Health Professionals) and useful links to other medical and consumer sites.

Medical Matrix is an extensive free directory of selected medical sites with an extensive list of specialty links. The site also provides peer-reviewed, annotated, updated clinical medicine resources, and access to journals, textbooks, and MEDLINE. The site is free, but you must first register.

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National Foundation for the Treatment of Pain is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing support for patients who are suffering from intractable pain, their families, friends and the physicians who treat them.

National Library of Medicine is the site of the National Library of Medicine's Internet Grateful Med. Every significant program of the Library is represented, from medical history to biotechnology. Multiple medical databases are available free of charge, including MEDLINE, CancerLit and AIDSline.

Ohio Cancer Pain Initiative is a nonprofit organization committed to ensuring that persons in Ohio with cancer pain will receive optimum pain management through cancer pain management education for health care professionals and the public.

Pain site from Canada with links to other pain management sites.

Pain.com bills itself as the World of Information on Pain. This site is sponsored by the Dannemiller Memorial Educational Foundation and provides extensive resources, consumer and physician information on a variety of pain issues including cancer pain, regional anesthesia, and CME programs. Pain.com is one of the most comprehensive list and links to pain sites and organizations on the web.

Painnet.com was developed by physicians, educators, and business professionals, to provide educational and support services to physicians, and other health care professionals. Pain Net, Inc.'s services in the arena of pain medicine/ management and functional restoration include credentialing by procedure, educational programs, managed care, patient & physician advocacy, practice development, and quality assurance.

Washington-Alaska Cancer Pain Initiative is a non-profit, multidisciplinary movement directed towards improving the management of cancer pain throughout the states of Washington and Alaska.


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