Pain Research & Education Conference For Clinicians

Multidisciplinary Conference To Help Bridge The Gap Between Pain Research & Clinical Practice

2019 Keynote: Dr. Antonio Damasio

February 19 - 22 ~ Pre-Conference Workshops

February 23 - 24 ~ Summit Conference

Location: The Dana On Mission Bay, San Diego, California


Welcome back to our 5th year of helping clinicians learn how to apply current pain research into clinical practice!

The mission of the San Diego Pain Summit is to help clinicians learn ways to create frameworks based on current pain research so they can develop effective pain management programs for their patients.

Together we are working to bridge the chasm in order to develop effective pain management programs for our patients. 

Seating is limited to 160 people and the setting is intimate, allowing ample time to network, discuss the information presented with fellow attendees and presenters who represent a wide diversity of professions, and enjoy the scenery and amenities of Mission Bay.

Speakers and attendees come from all over the world - Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Germany, India, Italy, Shanghai, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, and the U.S. - to network and share ideas. The audience represents a diverse group of professionals, including physical therapy, massage therapy, chiropractic, osteopathy, Rolfing, personal training, and more.

Missed out on the Feb. 2018 San Diego Pain Summit? -- Order & Watch streaming videos of all presentations here

I’m not sure if people out there will fully appreciate what you (the San Diego Pain Summit) are offering them. Seriously, tell everyone you can that Lorimer said, “Get There!
— Lorimer Moseley, Professor of Clinical Neurosciences and Chair in Physiotherapy, Adelaide, Australia

The 2019 San Diego Pain Summit continues to provide relevant clinical education and current pain research. 2019 Keynote: Dr. Antonio Damasio

Hands on workshops to learn how pain research translates into clinical practice. 

Venue information & San Diego visitor information.

It was a privilege to be part of a group of people who are open to exploring pain, its meaning, and alternative paths to management. The understanding of pain and its management around the world needs a revolutionary shift — and it needs conferences like this to help promote this culture change.
— Peter O'Sullivan, Professor of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Curtin University, Perth, Australia