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Over one hundred million Americans
suffer from chronic pain

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Rockville Rewards Get the Rockville Rewards Card Support us by purchasing a Rockville Rewards card.   Click for details.
Learn about the National Coalition of Chronic Pain Providers and Professionals (NCCPPP) and take our survey.

Receive your copy of Painless Puzzles of the Acrostic Kind, with a minimum donation of $25.    Donate now!

Making the Invisible Visible: Chronic Pain Manual for Health Care Providers Order the book, Making the Invisible Visible: Chronic Pain Manual for Health Care Providers by Gwenn Herman and Mary French.
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Original Notecards
Support us with the purchase of these original cards by local artist Myra Mensh Patner. Buy now!

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Help Us Celebrate!
Our 16th Anniversary Celebration on October 4th at The Winery at Olney.
Sixteen years of serving people with chronic pain and family members!
Click here to learn more and purchase tickets.
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.

Donít stay alone in your pain, join us today!

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
From Research to Clinical Practice DVDs are now available.

If you missed the symposium you can see presentations by Dr. Gary Kaplan, Osteopath, Pain Specialist, Kaplan Clinic,"Treating Depression and Chronic Pain"and Dr. Alan Pocinki, Internist, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFIDS) Specialist, "Developing an Individualized Treatment Plan for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome".    Order now!

Gentle Movement Stretching Class


Support Group Meetings:

DMV (DC/Maryland/Virginia)


Speaker Series:

Wheaton Speaker Series


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 February 5, 2016.

You will learn and practice ways to relieve anxiety, stress, and pain through awareness and relaxation. Next session to be announced

Pain Warriors
Next session to be announced

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