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Sceptor Pain Foundation Inc

Rating: 5 stars   1 review 399

Address:

145 Kimel Park Drive Suite 330 Winstonsalem NC 27103 USA

Mission:

Research

Programs:

The organization fosters research, awareness, and treatment applications that lead to a deeper understanding of the mechanisms of pain and its alleviation. During 2014, the organization sponsored the winston salem cycling classic (wscc) a two day cycling event to focus attention on research being conducted in spinal cord stimulators and effective pain management therapies in wounded military patients and veterans.

investigator sponsored study to evaluate the management of chronic pain in military patients with injuries sustained during active duty.

physician and patient online education initiative inclusive of support for annual e-version of subscription of pain pathways magazine.

grant to fund fellowship program in pain management.

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www.sceptorpain.org

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Rating: 5 stars  

Sceptor Pain Foundation is dedicated to research in pain management. The Foundation is embarking on a major research project that is focused on our military personnel injured on active duty. We will be enrolling active military and veterans in the protocol. We hope to find solutions to a long-term pain management issue that many of our wounded service men and women experience providing a better quality of life for them and their families.

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Creating and implementing an amazing research project for our military who were injured on active duty.

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Make this known to all our veterans and military so that they know there are many out there who care about their medical quality of life after serving our country!

 
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