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July 4, 2023
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Integrative Pain Center of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (2010)
Integrative Pain Center of Arizona (IPCA) is the premier pain clinic in Tucson. We are the only pain clinic in the state to be awarded Center of Excellence status by the American Pain Society. We have worked for 10 years to develop the technology, the experience, and the organization to offer truly patient-centered evaluation and treatment for all types of pain conditions.

Valley Anesthesiology Consultants - Phoenix Children's Hospital Pain Medicine Program, Phoenix, AZ (2015)
The Valley Pediatric Pain Consultants, Department of Pain Medicine at Phoenix Children's Hospital, is comprised of board-certified anesthesiologists who have a special interest in pain management for children. It is the goal of these physicians and their health care team to improve children's quality of life through a multidisciplinary approach to acute, chronic and cancer pain management. Valley Pediatric Pain Consultants, along with a multi-disciplinary team of experts in the fields of pediatric medicine, physical therapy, psychology, psychiatry, childhood education, social work and cognitive behavioral therapy, have delivered pain management services for children and their referring physicians in Arizona and throughout the Southwest for more than ten years.


Center for Pain Medicine, University of California San Diego Medical Center, La Jolla, CA (2010, 2014)
The mission of the UCSD Center for Pain Medicine (CPM) is to provide a multidisciplinary inpatient and outpatient pain service devoted to the highest level of individualized patient care; to create awareness among faculty, residents, and affiliated staff of the services, provided by the UCSD Center for Pain Medicine; and to improve understanding of the mechanisms of pain through quality, peer-reviewed research into the physiology, pharmacology, and molecular biology of nociceptive processing.

VA Greater Los Angeles Pain Management Program, Los Angeles, CA (2014)
M&RS provides inpatient (25 beds at WLA) and outpatient services and has served in excess of 10, 000 patients per fiscal year. Our rehabilitation teams also serve inpatients in the following services: general medicine, neurology, general surgery, orthopedic surgery, cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, pulmonary medicine, rheumatology, geriatrics, and psychiatry. Our mission is to maximize the health and functional independence of veterans with disabilities through excellence in patient care, education, and research.

Division of Pain Medicine, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA (2008, 2012)
The Pain Management Center at Stanford University Medical Center offers a comprehensive range of services for patients dealing with acute or chronic pain problems. Our focus is to treat the entire patient, addressing each problem that contributes to the patient's pain and inability to live their life to the fullest. Our goal is to help you decrease your level of pain and suffering, to return you to your maximum level of functioning and independence, and to help you restore your quality of life.

University of California, Davis Center for Pain Medicine, Sacramento, CA (2010, 2015)
The Pain Management Clinic provides compassionate, cutting-edge treatment for patients whose chronic pain has affected their ability to function and enjoy life. Through a multidisciplinary approach, the clinic's team of anesthesiologists, internists, psychiatrists, psychologists and physical therapists use the most advanced and proven techniques to restore function and decrease pain.

University of California, Los Angeles Pediatric Pain Program, Mattel Children's hospital, David Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA (2009)
The UCLA Pediatric Pain Program offers state-of-the-art medicine in combination with the regenerative power of complementary therapies to treat children suffering from chronic pain. Patients choose from a variety of healing modalities ranging from acupuncture to art therapy. The staff works as a team to develop an individualized approach for each child that involves active participation of the child and family. Collective wisdom and coordinated care greatly enhance the effectiveness of treatment.

UCSR Pain Management Center and UCSF PainCARE, Center for Advanced Research and Education, San Francisco, CA (2007)
The UCSF Pain Management Center, located at the UCSF Mount Zion campus, was established in 1987 by the Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care to help patients with various stages and types of complex, acute, and chronic pain. We offer a variety of treatment options with a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach.


Division of Pain and Palliative Medicine, Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Hartford, CT (2014)
At Connecticut Children's, our interdisciplinary team uses a range of evidence-based methods to treat pain in infants, children and adolescents. Our pain specialists work directly with children and their families to manage pain using an array of treatments that may include medicine or procedures. Techniques such as basic comforting, sedation, and physical and occupational therapy may be used along with complementary and integrative methods such as massage, acupuncture or yoga.


Comprehensive Pain Center, James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital, Tampa, FL (2012)
The Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program (CPRP) is an award winning, comprehensive, inpatient and outpatient chronic pain treatment program established in 1988 to help veterans with chronic pain cope with their conditions. Since that time, we have evolved into a nationally known center for pain treatment, research, and education. We have been designated a VA "Clinical Program of Excellence" for pain treatment, and we are the only CARF accredited (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) inpatient pain treatment center in the VA syste

Comprehensive Pain Center of Sarasota, Sarasota, FL (2011)
Our reason for being is to ease your relationship with pain and provide you more freedom. We've found the best way to do this is through a collaborative team of healthcare providers. We work with you to find the right mix of interventions and self-management strategies. Treatment plans are unique to each patient and goal-oriented so you receive the most holistic solution. The whole is better than the sum of the parts!

Source: americanpainsociety.org
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