AACIPM website includes a repository of resources that support the mission to advance access to equitable, whole person, multimodal, guideline-concordant integrative pain management. 


More resources and publications will be coming soon. If you have suggestions about relevant resources that should be included, please contact Amy Goldstein.

A Nation in Pain

by Judy Forman Published in partnership with the International Association for the Study of Pain, A Nation in Pain offers a sweeping, deeply researched account of the chronic pain crisis, from neurobiology to public policy, and presents practical solutions that are...

Needless Suffering

by David NagelNeedless Suffering offers a sociological examination of a complex medical problem: chronic pain and the inability of doctors and other health professionals to understand and manage it in their patients. People in pain, writes Dr. David Nagel, are the...

The Last Scroll

by James Fricton, DDSDr. James Fricton set out to write a book about the factors that tip the balance between health and illness, particularly chronic pain, and what actions can be taken to enhance energy and wellness in the seven realms of our lives-the mind, body,...

The Painful Truth

by Lynn Webster, MDInternationally recognized pain specialist Dr. Lynn Webster validates the debilitating nature of pain, offers practical answers, and helps you become a catalyst for changing the way pain is viewed in society.