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Pain Management Resources

To help you in your mission to manage your pain, the medical staff at the Gwinnett Medical Center Pain Management Center recommends the following sites.

Doctor's Guide Pain Management
This is an excellent site that offers a lot of basic information on pain management and a number of links to online groups, so you can begin communicating with other patients with chronic pain.

The Mayday Pain Project
The major goal of The Mayday Pain Project is to increase awareness and provide objective information concerning the treatment of pain. This Web site is set up to be an index for visitors and contains carefully chosen Internet links and resources. We hope that everyone from pain sufferers to family members and caregivers to medical professionals will use this site.

WebMD Pain Management
Chronic pain affects an estimated 86 million American adults to some degree. Here you'll find the latest information on chronic pain treatments, as well as natural ways to manage your chronic pain. You can also get help daily in our online support group.

Partners Against Pain
Stay current with the latest news on chronic pain—coping strategies, disease information, alternative therapies, ongoing research and more.

The International Association for the Study of Pain
This page provides a list of professional medical organizations, patient outreach groups and other organizations that provide information on pain and related topics to the general public. Each organization listed has confirmed the information supplied below. The list is arranged by country, reflecting the global nature of the activities of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP®). To receive materials listed or for additional information, contact the specific organizations named at the addresses given for their activities.

The Pain Management Center also recommends:
Relax the Back Store
The Avenues of Webb Gin, 1250 Scenic Hwy #1232
Lawrenceville, GA 30045

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