“The Voice of Interventional Pain Management”, ASIPP promotes the development and practice of safe, high quality, cost-effective interventional pain management techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of pain and related disorders, and ensures patient access to these interventions
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.
The purpose of American Academy of Minimally Invasive Spinal Medicine and Surgery (AAMISMS) is to advance the knowledge and understanding of the innovative techniques of minimally invasive surgical and medical care of the spine. AAMISMS is a non-profit society dedicated to fellowship and scholarship.
IASP is the largest multidisciplinary international association in the field of pain. Founded in 1973, IASP is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to furthering research on pain and improving the care of patients with pain. Membership in IASP is open to scientists, physicians, dentists, psychologists, nurses, physical therapists, and other health professionals actively engaged in pain research and to those who have a special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of pain. Currently, IASP has 6744 individual members from 107 countries.
The American Pain Society is a multidisciplinary organization of basic and clinical scientists, practicing clinicians, policy analysts, and others. The mission of the American Pain Society is to advance pain-related research, education, treatment and professional practice.
It is the intent of the Academy of Integrative Pain Management to bring together the many professionals who work with individuals in pain and to assist in the creation of quality services for those individuals.
The mission of the Academy is to credential multidisciplinary pain practitioners, to develop standards, to enhance education and to promote legislative advocacy in the field of pain management.
The mission of the American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM) is to promote quality care of patients with pain as a symptom of a disease (eudynia) and primary pain disease (maldynia) through research, education, and advocacy, and through the advancement of the specialty of Pain Medicine.
The Whole is Greater than the Sum of Its Parts. That’s the perfect metaphor for the Society of Behavioral Medicine, a multidisciplinary, non-profit organization founded in 1978. Each part, each discipline, can stand alone. But together — when nursing, psychology, medicine and public health form an interdisciplinary team — new perspectives emerge on human behavior, health and illness. SBM provides the many disciplines represented with an interactive network for education and collaboration on common research, clinical and public policy concerns related to prevention, diagnosis and treatment, rehabilitation, and health.