In its current aims, the Institute for Chronic Pain promotes the theory and practice of chronic pain rehabilitation. While far from the most profitable form of treatment, it is the most empirically supported. Moreover, a commitment to our guiding values ensures us to promote what, at the current time, is known to be the most efficacious treatment.


Please use this site as:

  • A resource to find empirical based chronic pain treatment protocols

  • Information to aid in developing treatment guidelines


The Institute for Chronic Pain is committed to changing the current practice of chronic pain management through rigorous adherence to the principles of empirical based healthcare. This goal will involve changes to reimbursement practices. Reimbursement practices should, in our opinion, foster the delivery of empirically-based treatments and discourage the use of treatments that are not empirically supported. Doing so, will help chronic pain patients and will help to make our healthcare system more sustainable.


Together, we can affect this change in a mutually beneficial way.


Please contact us with consulting inquiries.

Published on Friday, 14 September 2012 22:16

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