If you’re planning to do a local or national story about pain and/or pain management issues—and we hope you are—the Academy of Integrative Pain Management can provide you with the most accurate, up-to-date information you need to develop a compelling story that will be of high interest and a service to your audiences.
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Bob Twillman, Executive Director
Recent press coverage of the Academy of Integrative Pain Management:
Pain Experts Want Better Coverage for Alternative Therapies
Abuse-Deterrent Hydrocodone ER Safe, Effective in Back Pain
Intractable Pain Linked to Low Cortisol
Opioid Prescribing Varies Even Within Single Institution
Academy of Integrative Pain Management Past President’s Response to the Surgeon General’s Opioid Pledge: First Come to Terms with Chronic Pain, then with Patient Access to Covered Non-Pharmacologic Treatments
Come Together for Change event addresses opioid addiction crisis
Leading Pain Organization Changes Name, Brings Alternative Solutions to Complex Pain Challenges
2016 Pain Management Challenges
Calmare: A Potential Option for Neuropathic Cancer Pain
McCaskill Holds Missouri Hearing on Opioid Addiction
Senator McCaskill discusses prescription drug addiction
Will CDC Start Listening to Chronic Pain Patients?
White House: Opioid, Heroin Overdoses on the Rise
Does Anyone Understand the Opioid Problem, or Even Know One Important Solution?
CDC and Opioids. Conflict? What Conflict?
How Does Medical Marijuana Fit Into Pain Management?
Are the CDC Opioid Guidelines Really Voluntary?
No Life Limited by Pain 2015
Opioid Use For Chronic Pain Would Be Restricted Under CDC Guideline
Opioids and Sunshine at the CDC
Fibromyalgia Linked to Deficiencies in RBC Magnesium, IGF-1
Immersive Program Shown to Help Reduce Pain, Opioid Use
Hyaluronic Acid Shows Promise as Neuropathic Pain Treatment
A Comprehensive Approach to Diagnose, Treat, and Prevent Pain With Exercise Science
Opioid-Induced Hyperalgesia: What is the Evidence?
Offer Informed Consent Instead of Opioid Treatment Contracts
CDC Maintains Secrecy Over Opioid Guidelines
New Wearable Devices for Chronic Pain
Teva Introduces “Design for Dialogue” to Support Patient-Doctor Conversations on Responsible Pain Management
New Campaign Urges It’s Time “America Starts Talking” More Openly About Safe Prescription Opioid Pain Management