Hawaii Society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
The HSPMR is a local professional society of physicians who practice physical medicine and rehabilitation and come together for advancing the field of PM&R, advocating for patients and continuing to educate each other on the latest research and technologies in the field. Dr. Kerrey Taylor was the past president (2014-2016) for the chapter.
Hawaii Society of Pain Physicians
The HSPP is a professional physician society for physicians who practice in the specialty of pain medicine. The organization is a good resource for information regarding the specialty of Pain Medicine and up to date information regarding pain conditions and their treatments. hawaiisocietyofpainphysicians.org
American Academy of Pain Medicine
The AAPM is a national medical specialty society representing physicians practicing in the field of pain medicine. As a medical specialty society, the Academy is involved in education, training, advocacy, and research in the specialty of pain medicine.
The practice of pain medicine is multi-disciplinary in approach, incorporating modalities from various specialties to ensure the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of the pain patient. AAPM represents the diverse scope of the field through membership from a variety of origins, including such specialties as anesthesiology, internal medicine, neurology, neurological surgery, orthopedic surgery, physiatry, and psychiatry.
American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
The AAPMR is a national professional society representing the medical specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Its focus and goal are to support physicians who practice PM&R and advance the field forward in the changing landscape of healthcare in the US. Physiatry is a broad field of medicine with several areas of specialty and subspecialty training available. As active members of the society, we are up to date on the latest in education, research, legislation and practice management guidelines.
We utilize many healthcare professionals in the community depending on your specific medical condition. This may include referrals to massage therapists, vocational rehabilitation specialists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, chiropractors, psychologists, and other physicians.