• 2020 Virtual Meeting
    Nov 13 & 14, 2020, Mar 12 & 13, 2021

    Perspectives, Concerns and Options for Managing Pain

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

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    Celebrating our 34th year, we have an outstanding lineup of internationally known faculty who will be presenting on a variety of topics pertinent to your practice.

    Register Online

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

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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!

An Essay on Diversity in the Field of Pain Medicine

Benjamin Johnson, MD I would like to thank our president, Ann Quinlan-Colwell, PhD, APN, for the invitation to write an article regarding diversity in our field of pain medicine. As the first president of the Southern Pain Society possessing African-American heritage, I was overwhelmed with the […]

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Transitioning from 2020 to 2021 – “The Times They are a Changing”

Ann Quinlan-Colwell, PhD, APN For most of us, this past year has been tumultuous to say the least.  In at least some way, we have all been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, protests and the underlying circumstances that initiated them.  We are very fortunate that Dr. Ben Johnson wrote a thoughtful and insightful article in […] Read More

Casey A. Murphy, MD Receives Award

Dr. Hu Rosomoff, the founding President of SPS, would take any opportunity to speak during each Annual and Board meeting until his health prevented him from attending.  Hu was a veritable fountain of clinical wisdom, as well as a provider of historical perspective into the Society.  Now, as the “Old Guy” Read More

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