Welcome to the HCP Pain Network Website

Welcome to the HCP Pain Network website.  It was created by the National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Association to help bridge the education gap for healthcare professionals who see and treat patients with chronic pain conditions and fibromyalgia.  Although the NFMCPA is a patient centric advocacy organization, it’s President and Founder, Jan Chambers and its Medical Education and Research Director, Rae Marie Gleason are entrenched in continuing medical education programs, government agency chronic pain policy issues, patients’ right to pain treatments and scientific research. 

On this site you will find:

  • Chronic Pain Information

-          Relieving Pain in America Institute of Medicine Report

-          Chronic Pain Published Articles

  • Fibromyalgia Information

-           Fibromyalgia: What We Now Know

-          Diagnosis

-          Fibromyalgia Published Articles

  • Research

-          Abstracts

-          Surveys

-          Published Papers

-          Videos

  • Continuing Medical Education

             - Program Postings

  • Advocacy

-          Government agency announcements

-          Advocacy Articles

-          Pain Patient’s Bill of Rights

-          Position Papers

  • Resources

-          Calendar of Events and Meetings

-          Fibromyalgia Resources

      1. Diagnosis
      2. Treatments
      3. Exercise
      4. Other Medical Conditions
      5. Complimentary and Alternative Medicine

-          Chronic Pain

      1. Chronic Pain Conditions
      2. National Pain Organization
  • Contact Us

-          Contact information

-          NFMCPA Staff & Consultants

-          Search

-          Log in

  • Registration

-          Receive CME Notification

-          Receive Pain Advocacy and other Information

We hope you enjoy this website and that it is helpful in your search for up-to-date chronic pain and fibromyalgia treatment, physician advocacy, diagnosis, and pain policy information.

Please contact us if you would like to know more about a subject that is not listed or if you have suggestions about how to make our website better.  Come back and visit this site often, and please register so that we can send you new information about chronic pain and fibromyalgia.