News & Updates
Docs In Progress filmed a documentary on Pain Connection. View it!
Podcast "Essentials of Healthy Living" Radio Show, talks with Gwenn Herman, founder and ED of Pain Connection. Listen now!
Receive your copy of Painless Puzzles of the Acrostic Kind, with a minimum donation of $25. Donate now!
Order the book, Making the Invisible Visible: Chronic Pain Manual for Health Care Providers by Gwenn Herman and Mary French.
New Reduced Price. More details...
Support us with the purchase of these original cards by local artist Myra Mensh Patner. Buy now!
Learn about the FIIT© Model for treating chronic pain with our new webinar series. Read more . . .
Primary Care Coalition Providers can access here (enter your login)
Learn about the new Chronic Pain Treatment Providersí Coalition (CPTP) and take our survey. Read more . . .
Posters now available
from the Pain Awareness Month Symposium, Format for Individualized Integrative Treatment (FIIT)© The 21st Century Model for Chronic Pain held Sept 27, 2013.
Pain Connection is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering people with chronic pain to improve their quality of life, decrease their sense of isolation and take a more active role in their treatment.
We do this by providing support groups, specialized classes, a speaker series on treatment modalities, training and supervision of mental health professionals on chronic pain, a newsletter on chronic pain issues, information and referrals, and community outreach and education.
Consumers of Pain Connection programs in Montgomery County, MD, please help us by taking a short survey about your military involvement. Why do we ask?
Pain Connection's Pain Awareness Month Symposium
Afternoon Conference Call
Evening Conference Call
View details and instructions
Support Group Meetings:
Pain Warriors Hagerstown
Speaker Series:Wheaton Speaker Series
Classes:Filling the Gaps in Pain Care Part II:
An 8 week program designed for people with pain and their families that completed Part I. Next session to be announced
Filling the Gaps in Pain Care: An 8 week program designed for people with pain and their families to improve their ability to manage chronic pain. Next session starts October 2014.
You will learn and practice ways to relieve anxiety, stress, and pain through awareness and relaxation. Next session to be announced
Next session to be announced