Pain Awareness Month

September is Pain Awareness Month

Pain Awareness

In addition to a year-round commitment to supporting patients in pain, The Pain Center is proud to take part in Pain Awareness month, a time when organizations nationwide raise awareness about issues surrounding pain.

You’re Not Alone: The History of Pain Awareness

In early 2001, a group of organizations noticed the growing need to offer more education on pain management. Wanting to make a difference, these groups met and established September as the official Pain Awareness month. They hoped this month would bring a greater understanding of pain and support to individuals, families, communities and the general public suffering from pain. Their goal was to raise public awareness around pain and pain management by bringing all of those in pain together.

In its 19th year of building awareness and support, this group has grown to include a network of members committed to shedding light on the issues surrounding pain. One way of doing so is by encouraging the community to speak up and share their experiences. After all, we can’t spread awareness without sharing words. That’s why the theme for 2019 is “Let’s Talk About Pain.”

The Pain Center is committed to advocating for patients in pain, and is proud to provide a platform for patients to share their experiences and support. If you’d like to learn more about how, leave us a message

Pain Awareness Month
Pain Awareness Month
Pain Awareness Month

Join In!

Want to get involved, share your experiences and connect with the community? Wear blue during September, and post on our social media. #LetsTalkAboutPain #TPCExplainYourPain

Facebook: @ThePainCenter

Twitter: @ThePainCenter

Remember: Wear Blue Day is Friday, September 27, 2019! 

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Learn more about why Pain Awareness month is important by viewing this infographic.

American Chronic Pain Association – General Pain Awareness Page

American Chronic Pain Association – Pain Awareness Month Page

American Chronic Pain Association – Pain Awareness Month History

US Pain Foundation – Pain Awareness Month Page

In Need of Pain Relief? 

If you suffer from debilitating or chronic pain, contact one of our local clinics to learn more about your treatment options. Our team of pain management specialists will work with you to diagnose and treat your condition so you can get back to living your life to the fullest.

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