Attend the Conference

Join the conference attendees rate “the best CME activity I’ve attended in the last year.”

Since 1990, the Napa Pain Conference has offered unrivaled content while remaining intimate enough to ensure you’re not ‘another face in the crowd.’

Join the finest clinicians, scientists, and industry leaders in pain & neuroscience for this one-of-a-kind event.
Enjoy the best wine, education, and networking.

Main Conference, August 18-20, 2017
with Pre-Conference Workshops on August 17.

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2017 Pre-Conference Workshops

Regenerative Medicine & Intraspinal Drug Delivery - Limited Attendance

On Thursday, August 17, the Napa Pain Conference will host separate Pre-Conference Workshops:

Discounted registration is  available for the first 40 learners in each workshop: only $250 as an add-on to a full Conference registration, or $350 for stand-alone registration.

Courses are filling fast. Register today to secure your seat.

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The 24th Annual Napa Pain Conference

The Napa Pain Conference welcomes physicians, nurses, pharmacists, psychologists and other health care professionals to learn the latest information necessary to diagnose, treat, and manage acute and chronic pain, and associated comorbidities.

Generalists and specialists will benefit from a wide range of topics and faculty presenting basic, translational and the latest treatment advancements.


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Eric Grigsby, MD, MBA

Conference Director

Dr. Grigsby is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Neurovations, a Clinical Research and Consulting company specializing in pain and neurologic disease.  Dr. Grigsby is also the Founder and Medical Director of Napa Pain Institute in Napa, California, the regions premier Pain Management practice. He continues active participation in Clinical Research as a board certified Pain Physician, and is among the world’s clinical leaders in the field of neuromodulation.

A graduate of Brown University with an undergraduate degree in Biology and Economics, he then completed medical school at Boston University School of Medicine. He completed residency training in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.  Dr. Grigsby also received his Masters in Business Administration in Health Sector Management from Duke University.  Additionally he serves as the Chief Medical Officer of the Alfred E. Mann Foundation in Los Angeles, California.

 

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