30th Napa Pain Conference


August 18-20, 2023

Registration for the 30th Napa Pain Conference is now open! This year celebrates three decades of innovation and will take place on August 18-20, 2023 at the beautiful Culinary Institute of America at Copia in the heart of downtown Napa.

The 30th Napa Pain Conference promises to be an exciting opportunity to hear from leading experts in the field, discover new approaches to pain management, and connect with colleagues from around the world.

Topics and pathways at this year's conference

  • Cancer Pain
  • Neuromodulation
  • Advances in opioid therapy
  • Non-pharmacological treatments for chronic pain
  • Emerging technologies in pain management

Join the 30th Napa Pain Conference!

We invite you to register for the conference today to secure your spot at this exciting event and earn up to 26.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

Register Today!

Announcing 2023’s Award Winning-Keynote Speakers

Legacy Lecture


Lindahl Lecture


On-demand Education

Learn from Leaders
in Pain Medicine, Public Policy, Neurology, and more

Improve your care for persons with acute and chronic pain.

Share your memories

Help us celebrate 30 years of innovation in interventional pain. We are asking for stories, memories, photos, or anything you would like to share.

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Be a part of the legacy

This year we offer partners and sponsors a unique way to join the 30th celebration. We want to highlight your innovation. What do you bring that has changed the world of pain?

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Continuing Education

California Required CME on Pain Management and the Appropriate Treatment of the Terminally Ill

AB487 requires physicians licensed in California to complete a one-time CME activity for 12 hours of credits that addresses both pain management and the appropriate care and treatment of the terminally ill. 

Portions of Napa Pain Conference Online contribute to AB487 and we’ve worked with the California Medical Board to support attendees under the Board’s new 2019 audit standards.

Minnesota Required CME on Opioid and Controlled Substance Prescribing

§214.12 subd. 6. AB487 requires licensees with the authority to prescribe controlled substances obtain at least two hours of continuing education credit on best practices in prescribing opioids and controlled substances, including nonpharmacological and implantable device alternatives for treatment of pain and ongoing pain management, as part of the continuing education requirements for licensure renewal. Licensees shall not be required to complete more than two credit hours of continuing education on best practices in prescribing opioids and controlled substances.

Portions of the Napa Pain Conference are designed to satisfy this statute for Minnesota licensees.

Produced by
Neurovations Education

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Why Choose Us?

Neurovations Education

Our team has over 14 years experience developing and managing medical education. Having contributed to more than 400 CME conferences, on 6 continents, from 50 attendees to over 20,000, you’re in good hands with Neurovations Education.

Neurovations Education is accredited to provide AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

Let us organize and maintain the your CME in compliance with ACCME, CMA/IMQ, FDA, OIG, AMA, California Assembly Bill 1195, PhRMA Code, Advamed, and CEJA rules, guidelines and regulations

Neurovations Education is a leader in medical education,. We began by establishing the oldest CME pain meeting in California (the Napa Pain Conference). Since then, Neurovations has emerged as an industry leader by placing quality education at the forefront of conference design.

Although results can’t be guaranteed, our Kaua’i Pain Conference and Napa Pain Conference have grown 30% year over year for three years.

Quality education, enthusiastic service and a well crafted program yield strong results.

Contact Education@Neurovations.com to take your conference to the next level.