Past Events

Thursday
June
14
2018
12:00PM

MyoActivation is an injection-based treatment modality being used in BC for people with chronic pain. This webinar is the second in our series on the myoActivation treatment approach.

Thursday
June
7
2018
12:00PM

myoActivation is an injection-based treatment modality being used in BC for people with chronic pain by clinicians at The myo Clinic, BC Children's Hospital, Downtown Eastside Community Health Centre, and CHANGEpain. This webinar is the first in our series on the myoActivation treatment approach.

Thursday
June
7
2018
11:00AM

Opioids are often prescribed early for low back pain, despite guideline recommendations advocating against this practice.

Wednesday
May
30
2018
12:00PM - 1:00PM

Pain and suffering are not static entities. They appear differently throughout history and across cultures, from one human to the next.

Tuesday
May
29
2018
5:30PM

The Cinematheque
#200, 1131 Howe Street
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2L7

Join Pain BC for a screening of the documentary Unrest, in which a PhD student shares her story of being diagnosed with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and the difficulties she experiences in managing the chronic illness. 

Tuesday
May
1
2018
4:00PM

Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) are a substantial workplace problem. Exposures to occupational hazards substantially increase workers' risk of developing MSDs.

Wednesday
April
18
2018
12:00PM - 1:00PM

All children have a right to play. This is especially important for children and youth living with pain.

Wednesday
April
18
2018
11:00AM

​Living with chronic conditions comes with various challenges that can be frustrating to deal with because individuals are often caught in the vicious cycle of symptoms they are experiencing.

Sunday
April
15
2018
2:00PM - 3:00PM

Park Inn & Suites
898 W. Broadway
Vancouver, BC
V5Z 1J8

Please join us at our Annual General Meeting!

Learn about Pain BC's work to improve the lives of British Columbians living with pain and hear about our plans for 2018 and beyond.

Wednesday
April
11
2018
9:00AM

​People with chronic migraine represent the more severe end of the migraine clinical spectrum, and generally have more disability than individuals with episodic migraine.