Displaying items by tag: American Pain Foundation
The board of directors for the American Pain Foundation voted to dissolve the organization on May 3, 2012, after working for several months to address a lack of financial resources and funds.
February 06, 2012
The American Pain Foundation opposes a New Mexico bill introduced by Senator Bernadette Sanchez that would mandate new procedures and restrictions related to the prescribing of opioid medications for the treatment of pain, according to the foundation's website.
November 07, 2011
As part of its PainSAFE initiative, the American Pain Foundation released new educational material on the safe use of complementary and alternative medicine, according to a news release.
October 03, 2011
A survey recently released by the American Pain Foundation shows that 17 percent of adults with chronic pain face difficulty reaching their primary pain providers and 43 percent of patients leave their providers' offices with lingering questions about their care. These statistics are troubling for primary care and pain specialists because it shows that in some cases, your patients with pain aren't receiving the care they need.
September 22, 2011
A survey by the American Pain Foundation shows that 17 percent of adults with chronic pain face difficulties reaching their primary pain providers when trying to reach out with questions or concerns, according to an APF news release.