Pain BC delivers ongoing professional education in best practices for chronic pain management to health care providers, with the goal of improving clinical practice and outcomes for people living with pain. Hundreds of BC health care providers including occupational therapists, physiotherapists, chiropractors, and pharmacists have completed a Pain BC workshop. You can find many of these Pain-BC trained practitioners on the map below.
The map also includes many health care providers who have completed pain management training at accredited institutions. We vet these practitioners based on our Guidelines for Submission before including their practice or service.
If you’re a person living with pain, click the pins on the map to:
- Find practitioners from various disciplines who have taken a Pain BC workshop
- Find health care providers with pain expertise in your local area
If you’re a health care provider, click the pins on the map to:
- Find other health care providers who have taken a Pain BC workshop
- Develop interdisciplinary networks of pain expertise at the local level
- Create virtual interdisciplinary networks of pain expertise across BC
Pain BC’s goal is to provide you with the best possible resources, information, and tools to help you live better with pain.
We aim to share only resources that are based on the latest evidence available and make every effort to select these carefully. However, Pain BC does not endorse the individual providers or services listed. We do, however, ensure that all providers listed have been trained through a credible institution or a Pain BC educational program and that their practice is based on a biopsychosocial approach to pain management.
Are you a health care provider with pain management training who would like to appear on the Find a Practitioner map? Take a look at our Guidelines for Submission on what information to include with your application and how to submit it for consideration.
Have you taken a Pain BC workshop or program and want to be on the Find a Practitioners map? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.