Pain Summit Conference About
The San Diego Pain Summit format is linear, affording each participant access to all of the presentations available without having to choose between equally relevant and important topics.
Seating is limited to 200 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.
The sense of community is another key reason people attend the Summit, and the value of community is fostered and strengthened throughout the Summit through the casual Networking Event, during breaks, and in the hands-on workshops.
Prior and upcoming keynote speakers:
- Professor Lorimer Moseley (2015)
- Dr. Robert Sapolsky (2016)
- Dr. Peter O'Sullivan (2017)
- Dr. Neil O'Connell (2018)
Don’t miss out on the 2018 Summit! Come and see why David Butler (author of The Sensitive Nervous System & co-author Explain Pain), upon hearing about the 2015 Summit, wrote:
Friends of the San Diego Pain Summit
The following businesses work with the Summit to help provide a unique conference experience!
Rajam Roose is the founder and executive director of the San Diego Pain Summit, LLC. She currently resides in San Diego where she has recently launched a new venture, Grow Your Massage Business, to help small business owners learn how to use internet marketing. In her free time she represents San Diego as a local expert for AFAR Media. Rajam has also published a memoir, Travels With A Road Dog: Hitchhiking Along The Roads Of The Americas, a travel narrative documenting 4.5 years she lived hitchhiking and vagabonding in four countries.