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C Registered Attendees Denise Abrams Syed Ali SUNY Broome Community National Center for College Toxicological Research Robert Ackley Bryan Ampey Unaffiliated National Institutes of Health Ashley Adams Belinda Anderson Optimae Rehabilitation Albert Einstein College of Services Medicine; Monmouth University Afomeya Agonafer National Center for Elaine Anderson Complementary and University of Minnesota Integrative Health Medical Center Diaa Ahmad Jeannette Anderson Utrecht University Mercer University Tariq Ahmad Jody Carl Anderson Medical Laboratory The University of Tampa Caleb Alexander Trish Anderson Johns Hopkins University Washington State Hospital Association 101

102 NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT Alison Ansher JoAnna Baldwin Virginia Department of Centers for Medicare & Health Medicaid Services Angela Arensdorf Aniko Ball National Center for Optimum Dental Posture Complementary and Integrative Health Brittney Barrie University of South Florida Carrie Armour Armour Advocacy Scott Barstow American Psychological Eleazar Arreguin Diaz de Association Leon Hospital Angeles Tami Bartell Smith Child Health Research David Atkins Center Department of Veterans Affairs Myrna Bas Adventist Healthcare Jane Atkinson National Institutes of Health Theresa Bedford Uniformed Services Adebisi Ayodele University of the Health National Institutes of Health Sciences Catherine Baase Stacy Beene Michigan Health Unaffiliated Improvement Alliance Shay Beider Daniel Bailey Integrative Touch for Kids Health Resources and Services Administration Emma Beisheim University of Delaware Lisa Bain Science and medical writer Inna Belfer National Institutes of Health Nancy Baker Tufts University

APPENDIX C 103 Alice Bell Robert Bonakdar American Physical Therapy Scripps Center for Integrative Association Medicine Dawn Bellanti Richard Boyce Salient CRGT Department of Veterans Affairs Anita Bemis-Dougherty American Physical Therapy Amber Boyd Association University of Cincinnati Jason Beneciuk Benjamin Boyd University of Florida Samuel Merritt University Yonatan Ben-Shalom Diana Bradley Mathematica Policy Research The Poise Project Andrew Bergen Ariadinny Braz Oregon Research Institute Unaffiliated Brian Berman Kimberly Breeden University of Maryland Pain Consultants of East School of Medicine Tennessee Abigail Berube Jyl Brewer Washington State Hospital Full Life Care Association Kalyn Briggs Ellen Blackwell Rocky Mountain College Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Timothy Brindle Department of Veterans Roselle Bleck Affairs Columbia University; University of California, Jessica Brooks Los Angeles University of North Texas Bill Boissonnault Tony Brosky American Physical Therapy Bellarmine University Association

104 NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT Priscilla Brown Elizabeth Campione Unaffiliated Midwestern University Tyler Brown Daniel Carr Broad Institute of Tufts University School of Massachusetts Institute of Medicine Technology and Harvard University Jemica Carter Department of Veterans Wendy Brown Affairs Food and Drug Administration Erik Carvalho Duke University Health Emarjun Brucal System Tug Valley ARH [Appalachian Regional Marissa Carvalho Healthcare] Regional Duke University Health Medical Center System Chester Buckenmaier III Renee Caubisens Uniformed Services Unaffiliated University of the Health Sciences; Department of Alison Cernich Defense National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research Lisa Davis Budzinski Central Pain Nerve Center John Chae Case Western Reserve Catherine Bushnell University National Center for Complementary and Robin Chamberlain Integrative Health Cardiovascular Concepts Radek Butas Vivien Chan Unaffiliated Regence Amy Cadwallader Hareesh Chandrupatla American Medical Anjin Analytics Association

APPENDIX C 105 Florence Chaverneff Thomas Clark Haymarket Media Board of Pharmacy Specialties Tracy Chen Food and Drug Gerry Clum Administration Life University’s Center for Compassion, Integrity and Wen Chen Secular Ethics National Center for Complementary and Anna Cobb Integrative Health Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research Daniel Cherkin Kaiser Permanente Rachel Cohen Washington Health Saint Louis County Research Institute Department of Public Health Steven Chesbro American Physical Therapy Brian Coleman Association Department of Veterans Affairs Margaret Chesney University of California, San Wilson Compton Francisco National Institute on Drug Abuse Roger Chou Oregon Health & Science Jennie Conroy University National Institutes of Health Rita Chow Kelsey Corcoran National Council on Aging Yale School of Medicine Daniel Cilo Rogelio Coronado ICF International Vanderbilt University D. Jane Clappison Donna Costa Unaffiliated University of Nevada, Las Vegas Maynard Clark Crius Energy Trust

106 NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT Sheryl Cota Kirstin Dawson Northwestern Health Sciences Health Care Service University Corporation Penney Cowan Maureen Dean American Chronic Pain University at Albany, SUNY Association Kate Dean-Haidet Nancy Crego OhioHealth Hospice Duke University Lynn DeBar Allison Crotty Kaiser Permanente TMF Health Quality Institute Washington Health Research Institute Marie Crouch MedStar Georgetown Anthony Delitto University Hospital University of Pittsburgh Tamara Cunitz Jordan Dimitrakoff University of Washington Food and Drug Administration Barbara Curialle Unaffiliated Janet Dolot New York Medical College Chris D’Adamo The Institute for Integrative Laura Donnelly Health Dancing with Ease Daniel Dale Carrie Dorn Mercer University National Association of Social Workers Beth Darnall Stanford University Jennifer Dorr Samueli Foundation Leslie Davidson The George Washington Goulda Downer University Howard University College of Medicine Amanda Dawson Select Medical

APPENDIX C 107 Jennifer Doyle William Egloff The Lewin Group Crane Herb Company Shawn Drake Heidi Eigsti Arkansas State University School of Physical Therapy, Regis University Megan Driscoll University of Pittsburgh Elena Eisman American Psychological Kim Dunleavy Association University of Florida Jennifer Elam Bridget Early Washington University Namaste Health Care School of Medicine Jody Eckert Linda Ellison-Dejewski University of Mary National Center for Complementary and Stanley Edlavitch Integrative Health University of Missouri– Kansas City David Elton Optum Emmeline Edwards National Center for Matt Erb Complementary and Embody Your Mind Integrative Health Winifred Ereyi Robert Edwards ewirecommunications Harvard Medical School Termeh Feinberg Debra Egan Department of Veterans National Center for Affairs Complementary and Integrative Health Dawn Ferguson Sound Health Worldwide Mark Egli National Institute on Alcohol Roy Film Abuse and Alcoholism University of Maryland School of Medicine

108 NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT Scott Fishman Kara Gainer University of California, American Physical Therapy Davis Association Marcy Fitz-Randolph Jaime Garafalo-Peterson PatientsLikeMe College of Saint Mary Jay Ford Steven George Social Security Duke University Administration Marilyn Gerber William Ford Healing Healthcare Solutions Department of Justice Bridget Gerstner Bob Freeman Aquatics National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Alexandra Ginsberg American Psychological Crina Frincu Association National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research Christine Goertz Patient-Centered Outcomes Julie Fritz Research Institute University of Utah Harley Goldberg Betsy Fuller Kaiser Permanente Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Elizabeth Goldblatt Science Academic Collaborative for Integrative Health John Gaal St. Louis–Kansas City Stacy Gomes Carpenters Regional Pacific College of Oriental Council Medicine–San Diego Nancy Gahles Jeffrey Goodie Health & Harmony Wellness Uniformed Services Education University of the Health Sciences

APPENDIX C 109 Christopher Gorini Diane Hannemann Spinal Research Foundation The Institute for Integrative Health Joseph Goulet Department of Veterans Aviad Haramati Affairs Georgetown University School of Medicine Anne Grab U.S. Army S. Elizabeth Harrell Arizona State University Kyle Grazier University of Michigan Nicole Harrington CVS Health Jamie Greco Stony Brook University Leonie V. Harris Integrative CAP Health Monika Gross Practices The Poise Project Susan Harrison Karen Guertler Virginia Commonwealth Consultant University Kallie Guimond Chris Harrop Integrative Health Policy Medical Group Management Consortium Association Leena Guptha Lena Hart Pacific College of Oriental Alexander Technique San Medicine Francisco Angela Hageman Jeff Hartman Department of Veterans Northwestern University Affairs Susan Hartnoll Berman Raquel Halfond The Institute for Integrative American Psychological Health Association Karen Hall Community Hospice, Inc.

110 NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT Arlin Hatch Kalama Hochreiter Substance Abuse and Mental Bio Integrative Consulting Health Services Administration J. Terrell Hoffeld U.S. Public Health Service Megan Haungs New York College of LaShanah Holmes Traditional Chinese Unaffiliated Medicine Cynthia Hope Mireille Heald Bastyr University California Back to Active Chad Howland Dale Healey Husson University Northwestern Health Sciences University Lisa Howley Association of American Alicia Heapy Medical Colleges Yale University Stephanie Jackson Jeb Helms Always There Home Care Virginia Commonwealth University William Jackson Tufts University Chris Herman National Association of Social Tom Jacobs Workers University of Texas Patricia Herman Erin Jacobson RAND Corporation Wingate University Leigh Ann Hewston Nichole Jannah Thomas Jefferson University The George Washington University Mary Jane Higgs SSM Health Greta Jeffrey Northwestern Health Sciences Marni Hillinger University Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine

APPENDIX C 111 Richard Jenkins Rachel Katonak National Institute on Drug Department of Health and Abuse Human Services Pamela Jeter John Kehne National Center for National Institute of Complementary and Neurological Disorders and Integrative Health Stroke Alan Jette Robert Kerns Massachusetts General Yale University Hospital Institute of Health Professions Mary Beth Kester National Center for Yunyun Jiang Complementary and The George Washington Integrative Health University Abigail Kettler Brandi Jones Indiana University University of New Mexico Partap Khalsa Jennifer Jones National Center for Blue Cross Blue Shield Complementary and Association Integrative Health Christian Jovanovic Sooja K. Kim Northwestern Health Sciences National Institutes of Health University Fran Kistner Janet Kahn Massachusetts College of University of Vermont Pharmacy and Health College of Medicine Science Nnenna Kalu Jeff Kittelson Howard University College of St. Scholastica Julia Kasl-Godley Benjamin Kligler CHE Behavioral Health Veterans Health Services Administration

112 NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT Aino Klippel Christina Lammey FinStat Georgetown University Mitchell Knisely Ekow Lamptey Duke University George Washington University Karen Koffler University of Miami Helene Langevin National Center for David Kozishek Complementary and University of Iowa Integrative Health Jan Kress Nancy Latham Eastern Virginia Career Harvard University College Layla Lavasani Nancy Krisch Patient-Centered Outcomes Stony Brook University Research Institute Kurt Kroenke Patricia Laverdure Indiana University Virginia Commonwealth University Adam Krukas MedStar Health Robert Lavin Veterans Health John Krystal Administration Yale School of Medicine Catherine Law Corrinne Kulick National Center for Food and Drug Complementary and Administration Integrative Health Audrey Kusiak Michelle Leak Department of Health and Mayo Clinic Human Services Cynthia Leaver Irem Laidma Marymount University Alexanderi Tehnika Stuudio Karen Lee National Institutes of Health

APPENDIX C 113 Robert Lee Robert Long The Awakening Center Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital Trevor Lentz Duke University Nancy Lorance Unaffiliated Gary Levin Department of Health and Dominique Lorang-Leins Human Services National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Barbara Lewis Full Life Care Karen Loving The Natural Spine Shari Ling Centers for Medicare & Joanne Lynn Medicaid Services Altarum Anthony Lisi Lori Madiara Veterans Health DeSales University Administration Michele Maiers Wei Liu Northwestern Health Sciences Edward Via College of University Osteopathic Medicine, Auburn Natalie Malone OhioHealth Catharyn Liverman Department of Health and Alycia Markowski Human Services Northeastern University Catherine Livingston Louise Marshall Oregon Health Authority Wellcome Trust David Logerstedt Sherry McAllister University of the Sciences Foundation for Chiropractic Progress Cynthia Long Palmer College of Katie McBee Chiropractic Select Medical

114 NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT Stephanie McCorvey Rosemary Menarchem Veterans Health Unaffiliated Administration Clare Miller Kathleen McCoy Unaffiliated University of South Alabama Amy Minkalis William McGehee Palmer College of University of Florida Chiropractic Anne Marie McKenzie- Joshua Montgomery Brown Department of Health and Emory University Human Services Brinda McKinney David Morrisette Arkansas State University Medical University of South Carolina John McLinden University of Rhode Island Jayne Moschella Parker University David McMullen National Institute of Mental Jason Myerson Health Select Physical Therapy Bridgette McNeil Joseph Nahra Temple University National Certification Commission for William Meeker Acupuncture & Oriental Palmer College of Medicine Chiropractic Vitaly Napadow Patricia Meier Harvard Medical School Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Jennifer Naylor Duke University Erin Melhorn University of Tennessee, Erika Nelson-Wong Chattanooga Regis University

APPENDIX C 115 Jill Neu Michael Osterbur New Perspective Senior Encompass Health Living Johana Oviedo Rebecca Noftsinger Columbia University Westat Tolu Oyelowo Antonio Noronha Northwestern Health Sciences National Institute on Alcohol University Abuse and Alcoholism Rachel Pagones David O’Bryon Pacific College of Oriental Association of Chiropractic Medicine Colleges Courtney Paolicelli Ellen O’Donnell Veterans Health National Center for Administration Complementary and Integrative Health AnaMarie Paredes EFX Media Leslie O’Neill University of Delaware Bryan Parker International Healthcare Olga Oretsky National Institutes of Health Heather Parsons American Occupational Leonard Ortmann Therapy Association Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Mark Paterson Widener University Michael Oshinsky National Institute of Marie-Eve Pepin Neurological Disorders and Wayne State University Stroke Maurice Perez Kimberly Osmanagic Northeast Valley Health Bilingual International Corporation Assistant Services Kimberly Peterson National Institutes of Health

116 NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT Robert Pines Rose Radin National Center for Food and Drug Complementary and Administration Integrative Health Sreekanth Raghunathan Sherry Pinkstaff India Human Development University of North Florida Survey Leah Pogorzala Stefanie Rashti National Institute of Thomas Jefferson University Neurological Disorders and Stroke Christina Rey Samuel Merritt University Marianne Pollara California State University, Aimee Reyes Northridge Virginia Commonwealth University Linda Porter National Institute of Alicia Richmond Scott Neurological Disorders and Department of Health and Stroke Human Services Elizabeth Powell Frances Robertson National Institute on Alcohol Broome Community College Abuse and Alcoholism Bob Roehr Marcia Prenguber The BMJ University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Eric Roseen Medicine Boston University Colleen Price Carey Rothschild Cortland Fire Department & University of Central Florida Dryden Ambulance Dobrila D. Rudnicki William S. Quillen National Institutes of Health University of South Florida Mark Ryan Virginia Commonwealth University

APPENDIX C 117 Merav Sabri Wayne Scott National Center for Husson University Complementary and Integrative Health Sam Shahid American College of Stacie Salsbury Emergency Physicians Palmer College of Chiropractic Shoshana Shamberg Abilities OT & Irlen Friedhelm Sandbrink Diagnostic Center Veterans Health Administration William Shaw University of Connecticut Cheryse Sankar National Institute for Douglas Sheeley Neurological Disorders and National Institute of Dental Stroke and Craniofacial Research Robert Saper Karen Sherman Boston University Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Hannah Sateren Research Institute Full Life Care Laura Shopp Elke Schaumberg Bryant & Stratton College Schaumberg Physical Therapy David Shurtleff Craig Schmid National Center for City of St. Louis Department Complementary and of Health Integrative Health Martina Schmidt Eric Sid National Center for National Institutes of Health Complementary and Integrative Health Alfonso Sierra Seaview Pediatrics Eric Schoomaker Uniformed Services Corey Simon University of the Health Duke University Sciences

118 NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT Jennifer Singleterry Mike Spitz American Cancer Society Delta College Cancer Action Network Allyna Steinberg Jaclyn Sions Unaffiliated University of Delaware Laurel Stine Natalka Slabyj American Psychological Treatment.com Association Emily Slaven Blerta Sulhasi Krannert School of Physical University of Maryland Therapy Jody Sweeney Kay (Kesterson) Smith University of Virginia Mayo Clinic; Harvard Medical School; Perelman Meg Sweeney School of Medicine, Scripps Center for Integrative University of Pennsylvania Medicine Sherry Smith Mary Swiggum Menominee Tribal Clinic Wingate University Wendy Smith Katherine Tallmadge National Institutes of Health Personalized Nutrition Mark Sobel Emily Tarleton American Society for University of Vermont Investigative Pathology Stephanie Taylor Neal Solomon Department of Veterans Unaffiliated Affairs Erin Spaniol David Thomas National Institutes of Health National Institute on Drug Abuse Jennifer Spight City of Seattle Human Beverly Thorn Services Department University of Alabama

APPENDIX C 119 Jane Tilly Agnes Uzzi Administration for Department of Health and Community Living Human Services Ashlee Tipton Maria Vahervuo National Center for Helsinki University Complementary and Integrative Health Angie van Bemden Arthritis Foundation Maren Torheim Unaffiliated Krista Van Der Laan Northwestern University Alan Trachtenberg Food and Drug Lorna Vaughn Administration Bilingual International Assistant Services Andy Tracy Department of Veterans Christin Veasley Affairs Chronic Pain Research Alliance Letitia Travaglini Department of Veterans Michele Vincent Affairs Northwestern Health Sciences University Aaron Turk Unaffiliated Rebecca Vogsland Department of Veterans Dennis Turk Affairs University of Washington Taylor Walsh Doug Tynan Integrative Health Strategies American Psychological Association Beth Wang Inside Health Policy Jessica Tytel Department of Health and Jackie Ward Human Services National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Anderson Umah Stroke Neolife

120 NONPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT Natalia Warren Carole Woodle Not A Dry Eye Foundation Veterans Health Administration Judy Watt-Watson University of Toronto Phylicia Woods American Cancer Society Wendy Weber Cancer Action Network National Center for Complementary and Alyssa Wostrel Integrative Health Academic Collaborative for Integrative Health Joan Weiss Health Resources and Mary Wozniak Services Administration Unaffiliated Donni Welch-Rawls William F. Wulsin University of North Florida Health Development Resources Carolyn Westhoff Columbia University JoAnn Yanez Association of Accredited Ellen Wetherbee Naturopathic Medical Quinnipiac University Colleges Richard Wilson C. Joseph Yelvington MetroHealth Rehabilitation Mayo Clinic Institute Malcolm Youngren Christine Wishnoff Pacific College of Oriental National Center for Medicine Complementary and Integrative Health Stephanie Zawada The Heritage Foundation Leonard Wisneski Integrative Health Policy Steve Zeliadt Consortium Department of Veterans Affairs Marlon Wong University of Miami Kory Zimney University of South Dakota

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Pain is a leading cause of disability globally. The dramatic increase in opioid prescriptions within the past decade in the United States has contributed to the opioid epidemic the country currently faces, magnifying the need for longer term solutions to treat pain. The substantial burden of pain and the ongoing opioid crisis have attracted increased attention in medical and public policy communities, resulting in a revolution in thinking about how pain is managed. This new thinking acknowledges the complexity and biopsychosocial nature of the pain experience and the need for multifaceted pain management approaches with both pharmacological and nonpharmacological therapies.

The magnitude and urgency of the twin problems of chronic pain and opioid addiction, combined with the changing landscape of pain management, prompted the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to convene a workshop on December 4–5, 2018, in Washington, DC. The workshop brought together a diverse group of stakeholders to discuss the current status of nonpharmacological approaches to pain management, gaps, and future directions. This publication summarizes the presentations and discussions from the workshop.

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