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 warmly invites anyone in Adelaide affected by chronic pain—patients, family, friends and carers—to our 5th annual Living Well With Pain Consumer Symposium on Sunday 9 April 2017.

 

Held in conjunction with the Australian Pain Society 37Th Annual Scientific Meeting, the symposium is a unique opportunity for guests to learn about the latest in pain management from leading pain experts.

 

This year's speakers include a great line-up of talent: Clinical Psychologist Toby Newton-John (University of Technology Sydney), Deputy Head of Royal Adelaide Hospital Pain Clinic Dr Tim Semple, Clinical Consultant Pharmacist Joyce McSwan, Physiotherapist Jeannie Burnett and Organiser of the Adelaide Pain Support Group Mary Wing.

 

Previous consumer events have attracted hundreds with many commenting that the knowledge had "changed their lives". Don't miss it!

 

Living Well With Pain will be held 9 April 2017 1-5pm at the University of Adelaide (North Terrace). To book conline lick on the button below. 

 

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