• 2015 Annual Meeting
    Integrative Pain Care for the 21st Century
    Sept 25-27, 2015 | Orlando, Florida

    Celebrating our 29th year, projected attendance for our annual meeting includes a group of over 200 interdisciplinary pain management providers. Our diverse and multidisciplinary faculty will present a "whole person" approach to treatment of chronic pain. We look forward to your participation! In addition, we are accepting abstracts from professionals & learners on patient evaluation, risk stratification, treatment outcomes, & psychosocial factors. Click below for the brochure, registration link, abstract requirements and vendor information. Click here for revised agenda. See you in Orlando!

    For hotel and Disney ticket info visit our Annual Meeting page

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We educate you.

Our members enjoy quality pain management education through our annual regional and district meetings.

We advocate for you.

SPS works through our districts and at a regional level to advocate for pain management policy to enhance your patient care.

We inform you.

Our members receive our quarterly newsletter plus additional posts through our blog to stay informed on the practice of management.

Stay informed with our latest pain management articles!

Summer Newsletter

Dr. Mordecai Potash, MD has the lead article on Medical Marijuana in the Southern US. He is also a featured speaker at our annual meeting coming up in September. Hope you will join us!

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COPE-REMS CME Course Available

We are pleased to offer a link to a free COPE-REMS CME program designed by Mark Sullivan at the University of washington.

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April Newsletter

Our Spring Newsletter highlights articles on the opioid epidemic, the Alabama Blue Cross and Blue Shield policy draft and update on our September meeting

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Support Southern Pain Society!

Our corporate members listed below help to further the Society's mission. We are grateful for their participation.

Avutox
Slocum-Radson Medical Laboratories, Inc
Compass Laboratory Services