Pain Magazine Launches NEW Website


PainPathways goes beyond print to provide relevant information and inspiration to sufferers and caregivers through their new, feature-filled website.  

WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina – As the first and only chronic, acute and cancer pain magazine, PainPathways is an important resource for people with pain, caregivers and physicians.Richard Rauck, MD, an international pain management specialist, created PainPathways in 2007 to connect and inspire people who live with pain, both personally and professionally, offering in-depth information on new treatments, integrative therapies and current research.  

This December, PainPathways launched a new, more dynamic website ( that provides updated content between publication of each print issue. Exclusive online content includes inspirational quotes, book reviews, healthy recipes and follow-up interviews with celebrities who have been featured in past issues. Readers can also comment on articles, share stories and provide feedback.  

A wellness blog written by Linda Ruehlman, PhD, a social and health psychologist, offers guidance on pain management, health and fitness, depression, social support and more.  

“The goal of our new website, as well our presence on Facebook and Pinterest, is to engage readers and continue building a community. There is power in sharing stories, ideas, resources and strategies that help manage pain,” says Amy Taylor North, senior managing editor.  

Subscriptions for individuals, gift subscriptions and bulk subscriptions for physician offices are easy to order on the new website.  

As always, PainPathways’ mission is to inform and inspire readers and encourage wellness.  

PainPathways is a quarterly publication produced in print and digital editions for patients, physicians and caregivers who live with or manage acute, chronic and cancer pain.  Its headquarters are located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. To learn more and subscribe, visit, Facebook or Pinterest.  

Contact: Amy Taylor North, Senior Managing Editor (336) 714-8389