On behalf of the California Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (CalSIPP) and our Board of Directors, I welcome you to participate, become a member, and join our active society to protect our specialty and engage in making California not only a wonderful place to live, but also a wonderful place to innovatively practice. CalSIPP is working for you. Our Advocacy committee is fighting to improve patient care and making evidence based therapies accessible to not only the residents of California, but nationally. Grit and determination are needed to deliver pain care in a patient centered way and CalSIPP is dedicated to this mission for years to come.

At CalSIPP, we strongly encourage and empower our Fellow members to realize their professional and personal goals. We do this through a commitment to support, educate, and provide hands on training at our Fellows labs. Remember that CalSIPP membership dues for Pain Fellows are always waived during the fellowship year. Additionally, our Fellows’ labs are free to attend. We plan to hold innovative interventional skills labs, in neuromodulation and minimally invasive spinal stenosis and fixation therapies, in both northern and southern California again in coming year. CalSIPP would be honored to host your fellows at one or both of these events. We encourage you to visit our website www.calsipp.com and share this information with your fellows.

Additionally, it is with excitement that I invite you to meet our CalSIPP family through our CME offerings, specifically to the 10th Annual Meeting at the Resort at Squaw Creek, Lake Tahoe, CA. This program presents our second annual pre-meeting hands-on cadaver lab, plenary sessions providing an essential update on our pain space and the climate of changing healthcare policy, pre-meeting educational courses, abstracts and general session courses featuring key opinion leaders and experts in our field. I am certain this year’s program will provide ample opportunity to see how CalSIPP continues to serve, protect and actively promote interventional pain management in our state.

Finally, we want to support your training program with offerings that meet your needs, so please feel free to reach out to us for anything. On behalf of the California Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (CalSIPP) and our Board of Directors, I welcome you to participate, become a member, and join our active society to protect our specialty and engage in making California not only a wonderful place to live, but also a wonderful place to innovatively practice. CalSIPP is working for you. Our Advocacy committee is fighting to improve patient care and making evidence based therapies accessible to not only the residents of California, but nationally. Grit and determination are needed to deliver pain care in a patient centered way and CalSIPP is dedicated to this mission for years to come.

At CalSIPP, we strongly encourage and empower our Fellow members to realize their professional and personal goals. We do this through a commitment to support, educate, and provide hands on training at our Fellows labs. Remember that CalSIPP membership dues for Pain Fellows are always waived during the fellowship year. Additionally, our Fellows’ labs are free to attend. We plan to hold innovative interventional skills labs, in neuromodulation and minimally invasive spinal stenosis and fixation therapies, in both northern and southern California again in coming year. CalSIPP would be honored to host your fellows at one or both of these events. We encourage you to visit our website www.calsipp.com and share this information with your fellows.

Additionally, it is with excitement that I invite you to meet our CalSIPP family through our CME offerings, specifically to the 10th Annual Meeting at the Resort at Squaw Creek, Lake Tahoe, CA. This program presents our second annual pre-meeting hands-on cadaver lab, plenary sessions providing an essential update on our pain space and the climate of changing healthcare policy, pre-meeting educational courses, abstracts and general session courses featuring key opinion leaders and experts in our field. I am certain this year’s program will provide ample opportunity to see how CalSIPP continues to serve, protect and actively promote interventional pain management in our state.

Finally, we want to support your training program with offerings that meet your needs, so please feel free to reach out to us for anything.

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