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The Pain Society
of Alberta

Hundreds of clinicians working together to improve the lives of those who live with chronic pain in Alberta

About the PSA

Our mission is to improve health outcomes for people living with chronic pain through the delivery of evidence based education and continued support for physicians and healthcare providers.

Resources

Invaluable pain management tools, linkages and added support for patients and clinicians managing chronic pain.

Past Events

Educational opportunities for the chronic pain community to advance professional knowledge, competencies, skills and effectiveness.

I Live with Pain

Pain management tools, and skills to help improve the lives of people living with persistent pain.

OUR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The Pain Society of Alberta respectfully acknowledges that our offices, board, administration and volunteers share the traditional lands of the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples whose resilience and continued existence remind us of our Treaty obligations and relationships. The province of Alberta includes territories in Treaties 4, 6, 7, 8, and 10, which include a diverse array of culturally distinct Indigenous peoples whose histories, languages, and cultures continue to enhance our communities and remind us of our ongoing relationships with each other, the land, and our own processes of reconciliation.

If you wish to learn more about Truth and Reconciliation please visit https://nctr.ca/