• 36th Annual Meeting
    October 7 - 9, 2022

    Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel, New Orleans
    Pain Management: The Times They Are Still A-Changin'

    Our robust agenda includes talks on headaches, interventional therapies, pain management for women, children, and cancer patients, telehealth and many other topics.

    For our poster session, we welcome abstract submissions including, but not limited to patient evaluation, risk stratification, treatment outcomes & psychosocial factors.

    Celebrating our 36th year, we have an outstanding lineup of nationally and internationally known faculty who will be presenting on a variety of topics pertinent to your practice.

    There are opportunities to support our meeting including exhibiting, sending materials in advance and supporting our virtual platform. Space is limited so register early.

    Save the Date Southern Pain Society 36th Annual meeting

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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!

President’s Message: Looking Back and Many Thanks

Harry J. Gould, III MD, PhD When I was reminded this time that the deadline for articles for the fall edition of the newsletter was approaching, I realized that my term as President of the Southern Pain Society is rapidly coming to its end.  Events that mark milestones in a career, tend to prompt one […] Read More

Evolutionary Medicine: A Focus on Migraine and Psychiatry

Lawrence Robbins, MD  Evolutionary Medicine is a growing, vital, fascinating and relevant area. I use it daily in my practice, to explain to patients (such as the evolutionary reason for anxiety, why we have so much neck and back pain, why we suffer pain and mortality with childbirth etc…) it should be taught in our […] Read More

President’s Message: A Fresh Approach to Pain Education

Harry J. Gould, III MD, PhD During the past 30 years, we have observed the prescribing habits of physicians swing from a position of avoidance of opioid medications in the late 80’s and early 90’s to a position of liberal and virtually indiscriminate prescribing of opioids in the first decade of this century.  This trend […] Read More

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