Sydney Spine & Pain

For Health Professionals

Information & documentation about spine pain, other pain treatments to help your patients.

How to Support Your Patient during Treatment With Us

Chronic pain is a complex problem that often requires a multifaceted approach.

People with chronic pain have often had it for some time before they attend a pain centre. As such there are rarely quick fixes and we tend to work with people over varying time frames between a month or two to several years.

On average we work with people for six to twelve months. This period of working with us is a period of considerable change. Trialing different interventions, developing new skills, building knowledge about chronic pain and working with different team members takes time and requires support.

As the person’s general practitioner there are many key things you can do to help support them while they work with us.

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Referral Forms

SSP_referral_pad_2021_Apr (pdf 420.12KB)


Spinal injection (pdf 1.25MB)
Ketamine Infusion (pdf 441.98KB)
Neuromodulation (pdf 1.02MB)
Radiofrequency (RF) (pdf 348.25KB)
Acupuncture (pdf 438.64KB)


Australian Pain Society
Supporting Multidisciplinary Pain Management in Australia

Australian Pain Management Association
Provides help for patients, their carers and treatment options, as well as a Pain Link Help Line: 1300 340 357.

Pain Australia
Aims to improve knowledge and understanding of pain and self management of pain.

ACT ME/CFS Society
A site for chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia which contains some useful general information on chronic pain

International Neuromodulation Society

International Association for the Study of Pain

Contact Us (02) 9580 3380

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General Enquiries

(02) 9580 3380


(02) 9580 3370