Often people attend PMP’s after many therapies have had limited success. The team of experienced health care professionals at hospitals work closely with patients and the PMP’s are generally tailored to individual patient’s clinical needs.
Pain physicians are a special breed of doctor. Becoming a pain management specialist requires more than just a strong educational background—it also requires behavioural traits like empathy and compassion. They undoubtedly help when you consider the nature of this profession. Working with individuals in pain can be an emotionally trying experience, and some people may be more cut out for this career than others.
Nevertheless, there are certain education and training requirements when becoming a credentialed pain management physician. The team at Hope Clinic Care is sharing what it takes to become a pain doctor and how they became pain specialists themselves.
We offer a blended learning approach, self learning, simulation and hands on practice with coaching sessions. To qualify for our Pain Management Program, you must be a Licensed medical doctor.