"Making the unknown known is the important thing."
—Georgia O'Keefe
What's New
June’s Story of the Month

It took Woman In Pain Celeste Hall some 20 years to get a  CRPS diagnosis - all the while her doctors said she was "an anxious woman without real problems." Celeste's diagnosis came far too late for remission, but she shares her story of grit and determination whenever she can to help other women in pain find early care and relief.

For Grace at the WHO

For Grace leaders have been invited to Geneva, Switzerland to join the World Health Organization's 2017 General Assembly. They'll be there to advocate for people with pain, in particular those who suffer with polychronic conditions, to improve and expand the WHO's ongoing palliative care initiative.

May’s Story of the Month

Woman In Pain Christy Swager, mother of three, shares how a simple ice skating injury turned into one of the worst pain diseases in the world: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Taking years to get an accurate diagnosis, seeing countless doctors in the process while being told she was a drug addict, Christy copes as best she can with pain that is endless and debilitating.  As she states, "It's a bitter pill to swallow."

Volunteers Needed for 2017 Summit

Calling all volunteers! We are gearing up for our annual event this fall and we need your help! In honor of our 10th year of devotion to women in pain, we will be holding a special Change Agent Pain Summit that aims to promote discussion across different professional disciplines and affecting positive change for those living with pain. Link here to make a difference!

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