Chronic pain affects one in five Australians, including children and adolescents, and one in three people over 65.


Our goal is to ensure every Australian can access the best possible treatment without delay, to reduce long-term disability, improve work retention rates, and help people and their families live better lives.

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Painaustralia values the support of our members.

The combined strength of our network allows us to advocate for people with pain and to influence health policy and practice in pain management.


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