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Barby Ingle

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Review for International Pain Foundation, Gold Canyon, AZ, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

We continue to grow and adapt to the times. We have moved our main office to Gold Canyon, AZ and will continue to do most of our projects online this year due to the pandemic. We found a way to adapt to the ever changing world and pain community needs. As I shared last year, we have had to rework many of our events and programs, but we still have many options and resources for so many pain patients. I love International Pain Foundation & iPain Living Magazine, which is now in year 6, whoohoo. Check out www.internationalpain.org for info on all of our programs!

Role:  Board Member
 

Review for International Pain Foundation, Gold Canyon, AZ, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

We have moved the International Pain Summit to online for 2020. With covid19 going on we have had to rework many of our events and programs, but we still have many options and resources for so many pain patients. That is why I love International Pain Foundation & iPain Living Magazine. Check out www.internationalpain.org for info on all of our programs including our newest 5k fundraiser iWalk, iRun, iRoll for iPain because #IGiveACare!

Role:  Board Member
 

Review for International Pain Foundation, Gold Canyon, AZ, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Going into this year we now have our partner program up and running with patients, caregivers, providers and industry leaders. We are also selling our magazine in stores around the USA and Canada - iPain Living Magazine. But most exciting is that we are bringing back our pain conference - International Pain Summit and this year it will be in Los Angeles, CA Nov. 14-16, 2019. Check out www.internationalpain.org for info on all of our programs.

Role:  Board Member
 

Review for International Pain Foundation, Gold Canyon, AZ, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I love working with the International Pain Foundation (iPain) as it is changing lives of pain patients and their families and giving hope to chronic pain patients worldwide. We provide hope, educational resources, support, mentoring and so much more. I have enjoyed being an iPain volunteer since 2006. I love the educational webinars they offer each month to help educate us about different chronic pain conditions.

Role:  Board Member