International Pain Foundation
The International Pain Foundation (iPain) is devoted to advancing access and quality care in order to help people suffering from a variety of inflammatory, neurological, emotional and degenerative conditions that involve chronic pain through education, awareness, and access to care projects.
There are over 700 million people living with chronic pain, and it is not talked about much. We are trying to change that with your help! At the iPain, we know that education and knowledge can transform a person’s future. We see it happen all the time. Attending vital education events at no charge to the patient and their caregiver is vital to their access to care issues and learning tools on how to have better daily living. They do not have many places to go for support or understanding, the International Pain Foundations is one such place where we can give resources, information and assistance to people struggling with neuropathy pain on a daily basis.
Condition Awareness & Advocacy
Here is a list of conditions this partner raises awareness and advocacy for:
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Patient Worthy Posts on Chronic Pain
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