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State Society Dues (Active Membership)
Active Members must be an anesthesiologist or physician specializing in active practice of pain management, spinal injections, or neural blockade.
ASIPP does not collect dues for CT, FL, NJ, TX, and GA. Members in these states should go to the respective websites to pay state dues.
Membership dues help ASIPP promote recognition of the interventional pain management specialty, expand educational opportunities, improve resources and, most importantly, increase safety and quality of the unique and effective interventional techniques offered to our patients.
- National representation: “The Voice of Interventional Pain Management”
- Lobbying for increased patient access and reasonable reimbursement of services
- Complimentary Pain Physician journal
- Complimentary ASIPP News
- Complimentary e-mail updates on“Breaking News” and other important information
- Discounted registration at the Annual and Spring Meetings and Cadaver Workshops
- Discounted books and manuals.
As an ASIPP member you have an optional benefit of having your name listed on the ASIPP “Doctor Finder” site.
Life members receive membership benefits, including meeting and book discounts, as well as our publications (Pain Physician journal and ASIPP News newsletter), for life. They also receive a framed membership certificate.
$7,500 (or $650 per month for 12 months)
Active members are physicians spending at least a portion of their time on pain management and related activities.
$ 10 – Resident/Fellow/Medical Student
$ 250 – First Year Practice
$ 400 – Second Year Practice
$ 600 – Third Year and After
$ 750 – More than 10 Years in Practice
$ 300 – Associate Member (non-interventional physician, nurse practitioner, or PA member)
$ 150 – Affiliate Member (RN, Staff)
$ 150 – Military Member
Corporate sponsorships start at $5,000 per year and include a variety of benefits, including free advertising in ASIPP publications and exhibits at meetings. For details and a look at our current sponsors, click here.
Honorary members are appointed by consent of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians board of directors.