Be part of the only professional pain management association that embraces an integrative model of care. Membership gives you access to resources, educaton you can't find anywhere else, and a network of like-minded clinicians.
Lucy Whyte-Ferguson, DC, discusses her relationship with the American Academy of Pain Management.
The Academy offers our members a wealth of both tangible and intangible benefits.
Develop your skills through our online learning courses and our continuing education programs.
Become part of our large network of thousands of like-minded professionals focused on integrative pain care.
As part of the most valued integrative pain management organization in the country, become searchable to patients and other professionals.
Gain access to the Academy’s exclusive credentialing program to demonstrate your knowledge and expertise as an interdisciplinary pain practitioner.
Receive our quarterly magazine, The Pain Practitioner, and our monthly Currents e-newsletter, bringing the latest pain management news and resources directly to your inbox.
Receive significantly discounted registration rates to events, including the Annual Clinical Meeting, the largest and most successful conference of its kind.
4500+ members. 100 million people in pain. Become a member today by selecting from the options below.
The Academy offers additional membership programs for larger organizations supporting our mission to advance the field of pain management using an integrative model of patient-centered care. To learn more about these memberships, contact the Academy at (209) 533-9744 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open to hospitals, clinics, practices, and other institutions offering interdisciplinary pain management. This is a non-voting membership category, and a membership does not constitute an endorsement by the Academy of any product or service. Membership must be approved by the Academy. Benefits include:
As a Corporate Member you will receive:
“Membership keeps me informed and [gives me] access to new pain treatments.”