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  • Title: American Chronic Pain Association - Home
    Descriptive info: .. Already a member?.. Log In.. or.. Sign Up.. Home.. About Us.. Support the ACPA.. Contact Us.. Shop.. Items in Cart.. :.. 0.. Resource Guide to Chronic Pain Medications & Treatments.. The Art of Pain Management.. What We Have Learned.. Going to the ER.. Communication Tools.. Pain Management Programs.. Videos.. Resources.. Glossary.. FAQs.. Surveys.. September is Pain Awareness Month.. Partners for Understanding Pain.. Pain Awareness Toolkits.. A new video from the ACPA.. New resources to help you better communicate with your health care provider.. What you should know about using NSAIDs for pain relief.. Opioid Safety - Public Service Announcement.. For adolescents living with pain.. Our Mission.. To facilitate peer support and education for individuals with chronic pain and their families so that these individuals may live more fully in spite of their pain.. To raise awareness among the health care community, policy makers, and the public at large about issues of living with chronic pain.. Recent News.. View All News.. OTC Literacy - Understanding the Label.. ** UPDATED***IMPORTANT ACPA Fraud Notice.. Veterans In Pain Events 2014 **UPDATED**.. Events for November, 2014:.. View All Events.. Su.. M.. Tu.. W.. Th.. F.. Sa.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14..  ...   or experimental treatment is in reducing symptoms such as pain, improving functioning, and improving overall quality of life for those who have the symptom or disease such as persistent pain.. In this survey, we would like to learn about your knowledge, experience, and interest in being included in clinical trials.. We assure you that completing the questionnaire is in no way committing you to participating in any clinical trial.. Your responses will be combined with all others and we will not share any of the information you provide with anyone or identify you in any way to others.. Your help is appreciated.. Thank you!.. Daily Inspiration.. An old error is always more popular than a new truth.. Francis.. more.. Site Map.. Terms Conditions.. Privacy Policy.. Advertising Policy.. Language Disclaimer.. Endorsement Policy.. Development of this new ACPA web site was made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from Medtronic Foundation and Purdue Pharma.. Medtronic Foundation and Purdue have no influence on the editorial content of the site.. Ongoing funding also comes from memberships/donations from a range of individual contributors.. Last Updated: 10/30/2014.. We comply with the.. HONcode standard.. for trustworthy health information:.. Verify here.. Certified by:.. Independent Charities of America..

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    Descriptive info: Register for an ACPA Account.. Log In Here.. First Name.. *.. Required.. Last Name.. Email.. Password.. Confirm Password.. The passwords must match.. Yes - Send me.. The Chronicle.. quarterly newsletter..

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  • Title: American Chronic Pain Association - About Us
    Descriptive info: Board of Directors.. Advisory Board.. Partners & Contributors.. Chronicle.. ACPA 30th Anniversary.. Since 1980, the ACPA has offered peer support and education in pain management skills to people with pain, family and friends, and health care professionals.. The information and tools on our site can help you to better understand your pain and work more effectively with your health care team toward a higher quality of life.. Our History.. The American Chronic Pain Association was founded in 1980 by Penney Cowan in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.. After many years of living with chronic pain, Penney had taken part in the pain management program at the Cleveland Clinic and was eager  ...   soon found others whose lives were compromised by ongoing pain.. They began meeting as the first ACPA support group.. This one small group quickly became many.. Unable to be personally involved with every group, Penney developed the first of the ACPA s manuals and other materials so that others could learn and maintain the skills that had been so important to maintaining her wellness.. Today several hundred ACPA support groups meet across the US and in Canada, Great Britain, and many other countries.. The ACPA s unique materials are a primary resource for individuals seeking to improve the quality of their lives and for the professionals who help them..

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  • Title: American Chronic Pain Association - Support the ACPA
    Descriptive info: Since 1980, the American Chronic Pain Association has touched the lives of millions of people who have chronic pain.. Your gift can help us continue to provide services and support to the millions of people who experience chronic pain and their families.. The ACPA is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c) (3) organization.. Donations are tax deductible and will be quickly and gratefully acknowledged.. Donations of $25 or more entitle the giver to membership in  ...   ACPA online contribution form will open in a new window.. You can return to this page at any time by simply closing or minimizing the ACPA contribution form.. Click here for our printable contribution form.. The ACPA is proud to be approved to receive donations through the Combined Federal Campaign.. To designate your CFC gift for the ACPA, enter our name and code---.. 10549.. ---on your form.. Your support will help so many..

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  • Title: American Chronic Pain Association - Contact Us
    Descriptive info: The ACPA.. PO Box 850.. Rocklin, CA 95677.. Phone: 1-800-533-3231.. Fax: (916)632-3208.. Email:.. ACPA@theacpa.. org.. Name.. Please enter an email address.. Please use a valid email address.. Address.. City.. State.. Select State.. Alabama.. Alaska.. Arizona.. Arkansas.. California.. Colorado.. Connecticut.. District of Columbia.. Delaware.. Florida.. Georgia.. Hawaii.. Idaho.. Illinois.. Indiana.. Iowa.. Kansas.. Kentucky.. Louisiana.. Maine.. Maryland.. Massachusetts.. Michigan.. Minnesota.. Mississippi.. Missouri.. Montana.. Nebraska.. Nevada.. New Hampshire.. New Jersey.. New Mexico.. New York.. North Carolina.. North Dakota.. Ohio.. Oklahoma.. Oregon.. Pennsylvania.. Rhode Island.. South Carolina.. South Dakota.. Tennessee.. Texas.. Utah.. Vermont.. Virginia.. Washington.. West Virginia.. Wisconsin.. Wyoming.. Zip.. Phone.. Fax.. Message..

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  • Title: American Chronic Pain Association - Store
    Descriptive info: Store Home.. Gift Ideas.. Literature.. Tapes & CDs.. Shopping Cart.. ACPA Store.. Welcome to the ACPA Store.. These are just a few of the items we offer.. For more items, please click on one of the categories to the left.. Featured Items.. ACPA Resource Guide to Chronic Pain Medication and Treatments 2014.. $8.. 00..  ...   Breath Relaxation - CD.. $27.. Patient to Person: First Steps; by Penney Cowan; 2004.. $30.. Staying Well: Advanced Pain Management for ACPA Members; by Penney Cowan, 2008.. ACPA Members are provided a 10% discount on all materials at the time of order processing.. Standard shipping is free for all orders.. Enter Discount Code:.. Apply..

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  • Title: American Chronic Pain Association - Conditions A to Z
    Descriptive info: Conditions A to Z.. Show conditions relevant to:.. Older Adult.. Adult.. Adolescent.. Spanish version 1.. Spanish version 2.. To live well in spite of a chronic pain problem, you need to be a well-informed consumer.. Learning about your health care condition is a good place to start.. Select a condition below for further information, additional resources and tools that will help you communicate with your health care provider, promote wellness and achieve greater control in your life.. A.. B.. C.. D.. E.. F.. G.. H.. I.. J.. K.. L.. M.. N.. O.. Q.. R.. S.. T.. U.. V.. W.. X.. Y.. Z.. View All.. Acupuncture.. Acute Pain.. Addiction.. Advanced Prostate Cancer.. AIDS-Related Pain.. Ankylosing Spondylitis.. Arachnoiditis.. Arthritis.. Ataxic Cerebral Palsy.. Autoimmune Diseases.. Back Pain.. Breakthrough Pain.. Burning Mouth Syndrome.. Bursitis.. CADASIL.. Cancer Pain.. Carpal Tunnel.. Central Pain Syndrome.. Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) Disease.. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).. Chronic Functional Abdominal Pain (CFAP).. Chronic Pain.. Chronic Pancreatitis.. Coccyx.. Collapsed Lung (Pneumothorax).. Complementary and Alternative Medicine.. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (RSD).. Corneal  ...   Kidney (MSK).. Meralgia Paresthetica.. Migraine.. Mitochondrial Disorders.. Multiple Sclerosis.. Musculoskeletal pain.. Myofascial Pain.. Myositis.. Neck Pain.. Neuropathic Pain.. Occipital Neuralgia.. Osteoarthritis.. Paget's Disease.. Patient Rights.. Pelvic Pain.. Peripheral Neuropathy.. Phantom Limb Pain.. Pinched Nerve.. Polymyalgia Rhuematica.. Polymyositis.. Post Herniorraphy Pain Syndrome.. Post Mastectomy Pain Syndrome.. Post Stroke Pain.. Post Thorocotomy Pain Syndrome.. Postherpetic Neuralgia (Shingles).. Post-Polio Health International.. Post-Polio Syndrome.. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).. Primary Lateral Sclerosis.. Psoriatic Arthritis.. Pudendal Neuralgia.. Raynaud's Disease.. Restless Leg Syndrome.. Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).. Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction.. Sarcoidosis.. Sciatica.. Shingles (Herpes Zoster).. Sickle Cell.. Sjogren's Syndrome.. Sleep apnea.. Spasmodic Torticollis.. Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction.. Spinal Cerebellum Ataxia (SCA Ataxia).. Spinal Cord Injury.. Spinal Stenosis.. Syringomyelia.. Tarlov Cysts.. TENS.. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS).. TMJ.. Tolerance.. Transverse Myelitis.. Trigeminal Neuralgia.. Trigger Points.. Vascular Pain.. Vulvodynia.. Whiplash.. Important:.. This information should not be used as a substitute for necessary consultations with a qualified health care professional to meet your individual needs.. Always consult a medically trained professional with questions and concerns you have regarding your medical condition..

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  • Title: American Chronic Pain Association - Treatments
    Descriptive info: Treatments.. Keeping Medications Out of Reach From Children.. What you need to know (PDF).. Medications and treatments, along with pain management techniques like relaxation, pacing, and exercise, can play a big role in reducing pain and improving quality of life.. But bodies and medical conditions differ; what helps your friend may not be good for you.. It pays to learn as much as you can about the treatment options available and how to use them safely.. And as always, if you have questions, ask your health care  ...   and rewards of any treatment in your unique situation.. Acetaminophen.. Anticonvulsant (Antiepileptic) Drugs.. Antidepressants.. Botox.. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT).. Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM).. COX-2s.. Electrical Stimulation Devices / External.. Exercise Therapy (Active Therapy).. Gabapentin.. Herbal Medicines.. Hyperbaric Oxygen.. Illegal Drugs & Marijuana.. Implantable Intrathecal Drug Delivery Systems "Pain Pumps".. Intra-articular steroid injections.. Massage Therapy.. Medical Devices.. Muscle Relaxants.. Nerve and Facet Blocks.. NSAIDS.. Opioids.. Over-The-Counter (OTC) Pain Relievers.. Pain Medicine.. Passive Therapies & Physical Modalities.. Prescription Medications for Chronic Pain.. Prolotherapy (Sclerotherapy).. Spinal Cord Stimulation / SCS..

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  • Title: American Chronic Pain Association - Pain Management Tools
    Descriptive info: Pain Management Tools.. Living with a chronic condition requires changing the way you think about your health care and your life.. The ACPA describes this as moving from patient to person.. The information in this section can help you begin to regain control of your life and become an active participate in your treatment team..

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