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Daradia Pain Foundation

Spreading awareness in pain management 

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Welcome To Daradia Pain Foundation

Daradia Pain Foundation is a non-profit organization for spreading benefits of pain management among all.

Daradia Pain Foundation: a registered society

We must look back to our parents, seniors and our society. The benefits of recent developments in pain management must reach to the seniors (who sufferes most from pain) poor population of our society. Dadaria Pain Foundation is a registered non-profit organization of physicians & pain/palliative care volunteers. The mission of this organization is to develop this specialty further, encouraging researches and to bring the benefits of this specialty among the patients of poor socio-economic conditions of developing countries suffering from pain.

Why you should be a member of Daradia Pain Foundation?

Click here to submit online membership request form

Why you should be a member of Daradia Pain Foundation?

 

  • Be a part of the movement to spread pain education across all sections¬†
  • Be a proud member of the Daradia team and help the poor to alleviate pain.
  • Be a part of the publication team of Daradia in publishing articles, writing books etc.
  • Be a team member of developing Indian protocol of managing pain.
  • Help to treat pain in poor populations.
  • Get discounted registration for all courses/workshops/conferences organized by Daradia.
  • Free access to online articles published by Daradia

Aims & Objectives

Aims & Objectives of Daradia Pain Foundation:

  • Promote pain education by organizing seminars, conferences, fellowship programs, cadaver workshops, online courses, and many other educational programs for physicians practicing or interested in practicing pain.
  • Supporting poor patients suffering from pain through free consultation and free treatment.
  • Financial assistance to poor patients for their treatment who are suffering from pain.
  • Free pain management camps.
  • Encouraging the development of low-cost treatment plans for pain.
  • Supporting pain research.
  • Developing pain management protocols for the poor that is suitable for developing countries.