Save The Date! | 10th Anniversary Annual Meeting 2019

December 6th – 8th

The Belmond Charleston Place Hotel | 205 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29401



Working with our Colleagues across subspecialties at upcoming meetings and programs.

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New Licensing Requirements for CME in Pain Management for NC and SC.

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Carolina Pain

10th Anniversary Annual Meeting And Scientific Sessions

December 6th – 8th, 2019

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On behalf of the meeting participants, the Society has secured sleeping rooms at The Belmond Charleston Place Hotel at the significantly discounted rate of  $299 per night standard room for up to two people, $379 Premier King, $499 Club King or One bedroom Suite (+ state and local taxes and any destination fees)

To ensure availability, please reserve your room as soon as possible by calling the Hotel toll free (800) 831-3490 and mention the Pain Society of the Carolinas Room Block  to obtain the special rate.

New Controlled Substances CME Requirements | Effective July 1st, 2017

Resources & Information – FAQ’s

Policy For The Use Of Opiates For The Treatment Of Pain

Since the 2004 publication of the North Carolina Medical Board’s Policy for the Use of Controlled Substances for the Treatment of Pain, a considerable body of research and experience has made it evident… [Read More]…

Continuing Medical Education for Prescribing and Monitoring Controlled Substances | Revised January 13th, 2015

BME AO CME Prescribing and Monitoring Controlled Substances

Joint Revised Pain Management Guidelines Approved By The South Carolina Boards Of Medical Examiners, Dentistry And Nursing | November 2014

The South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners (Medical Board) published Pain Management Guidelines (Guidelines) to assist physicians in safely prescribing controlled substances in July of 2009. Increasing opioid misuse and abuse, recent research and clinical studies now require the revision of those Guidelines to provide adequate information to ensure safe and appropriate treatment of pain. Additionally, the Medical Board recognizes that physicians, dentists, physician assistants, and advance practice registered nurses with prescriptive authority should all adhere to uniform prescriptive guidelines. Accordingly, the South Carolina Board of Dentistry (Dental Board) and South Carolina Board of Nursing (Nursing Board) have joined the Medical Board in approving these Joint Revised Pain Management Guidelines (Revised Guidelines). [Read More]…


To advance the art and science of pain medicine by promoting and maintaining the highest standards of professional practice through education and research; by aiding and encouraging the education of medical students, residents, fellows, practicing physicians, and other health care providers in pain management and by obtaining and publishing scientific information in pain medicine and management.