Societies

View a listing of local, national, and international pain societies and websites.

The American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians is a not-for-profit organization representing interventional pain physicians across the country. The organization has been growing rapidly since 1998 and has had a substantial impact on the practice of interventional pain medicine.

“WIP(World Institute of Pain) provides a global forum for education, training, and networking for thousands of physicians who dedicate themselves to the worldwide phenomena of acute and chronic pain syndromes.”

“The Texas Pain Society is a non-profit organization of over 300 pain practitioners that are involved in acute and chronic pain management of patients in Texas. The Texas Pain Society represents the practice of pain medicine in Texas with a seat on the Texas Medical Association’s House of Delegates”

“The International Spine Intervention Society (ISIS) is a multi-specialty physician association dedicated to the conscientious, evidence-based implementation of spine interventions to improve the quality of life. With more than 3,000 board-certified and board-eligible physicians, ISIS is committed to the development, evaluation, validation, education and advocacy of percutaneous techniques used in the diagnosis and treatment of spine disorders.”

CASIPP is the state chapter for ASIPP, a National Organization.  Membership with ASIPP, www.asipp.org, is required prior to membership with CASIPP.

FSIPP has been a leader in promoting fair legislation, access to care and protecting reimbursement. We continue to educate payors, state officials and organizations regarding our area of expertise. We must take ownership of our speciality, promote well developed research and continue to expand our mission in the public and political arena.

European Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Therapy

The European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy was founded in 1980 to further regional anaesthesia in Europe. The first congress was held in Edinburgh in 1982 and since that year the society has gone from strength to strength, with a current membership of over 3,000 throughout Europe.

“Founded in 1923, ASRA is the largest subspecialty medical society in anesthesiology. We are approximately 4,000 members, including physicians and scientists, and a rich international distribution.”

“ASA is committed to the life-long learning of its members. Our educational offerings serve as essential resources to advance your clinical knowledge and skills, and to help you to effectively manage your anesthesia practice.”

“The Society For Pain Practice Management is a not- for- profit organization dedicated to educating specialists in the area of pain treatment and practice management.The objectives of the Society are to promote  the health and wellness of mankind by advancing the art and science of the specialty of Pain Management.”

“The New York Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (NYSIPP) was formed in 20xx and has developed into a premier pain society for pain physicians practicing in NY state that aims to educate the public, physicians, allied health practitioners and New York state’s government and health insurance officials about accessible, effective and safe multimodal pain medicine specialty care that aims to improve the physical and psychosocial function of the patients that we serve.”

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