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Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute (TAPMI) is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary academic pain program serving as the hub for chronic pain care in Toronto.
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The treatment and management of pain is complex, requiring a wide range of programs and services to help those in pain function. TAPMI is created by the five major pain centres in downtown Toronto coming together to share care, so that across the five sites, patients have access to an interdisciplinary team of chiropractors, doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, pharmacists, physiotherapists, psychologists and social workers.
The TAPMI Network
Once your family doctor or care provider refers you to TAPMI, you will be triaged centrally and sent to the most appropriate pain program(s) and/or service(s) within the TAPMI network that best meets your care needs.
Centre for Addiction and Mental HealthThe Interprofessional Pain and Addiction Recovery Clinic (IPARC) treats a wide-range of chronic pain conditions. They specialize in helping patients who would like to decrease their chronic pain medications. In the IPARC program, patients are given skills and tools to manage their pain.
Sinai Health System Chronic Pain Program The chronic pain program at Sinai Health System offers specialty programs including the management of widespread pain and neuropathic pain. The chronic pain program also offers unique programming for craniofacial pain and abdominal pain.
St. Michael’s HospitalSt. Michael’s Hospital offers interventional therapies as well as a neurostimulation program.
University Health NetworkThe Chronic Integrated Pain Program (CIPP) at UHN offers management of widespread and neuropathic pain, interventional therapies, neurostimulation and pain management before surgery across three sites.
Women’s College HospitalWomen’s College Hospital has expertise in interventional pain management. In addition, the TAPMI hub is located at WCH and will be responsible for coordinating central intake and triage as well as providing interdisciplinary health services including self-management, education, counselling and physical therapies for TAPMI patients.