Pain Management Society - A regional division of the American Pain Society that provides education and training to increase knowledge and skill of pain management professionals.

  • Southern Pain Society – About Us - Learn about the SPS mission, board of directions, districts and award winners. SPS was incorporated 25 years ago and is a non profit 501(c)(3) organization.
  • Southern Pain Society – Annual Meeting - The SPS annual scientific meeting and poster session is where healthcare professionals join together to advance the science and management of acute and chronic pain.
  • Southern Pain Society – Join as a Member - SPS is working for you. Join as a corporate or professional member and connect with other peers in the industry.
  • Southern Pain Society – Supporters - Learn about our corporate partners, supporters, districts and member practices.
  • Pain Management Society - Read about advances in chronic pain management in our quarterly newsletter. Find opportunities to contribute to the society, and participate in operations or leadership positions.
  • Additional Educational Opportunities | Southern Pain Society - In support of our colleagues in pain management, here are some other important meetings coming up that may be of interest to you. FL Academy of Pain Medicine (FAPM) and The Kentucky Pain Society (KPS)
  • Supporting the Southern Headache Society | Southern Pain Society - In support of the Southern Headache Society, here is some information about their meeting

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