Pain Management Medical Practice
ALL physicians who meet the definition of the pain management medical practice regulation must register their practice:
Part 2640 Chapter 1: Rules Pertaining to Prescribing, Administering and Dispensing of Medication
Rule 1.2 Definitions.
K. “Pain Management Practice” means a public or privately-owned practice for which 50% or more of the patients are issued, on a regular or recurring basis, a prescription for opioids, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, carisoprodol, butalbital compounds, or tramadol for the treatment of chronic non-cancerous/non-terminal pain. Included in this definition is any practice that advertises and/or holds itself out to provide pain management services. Patients who are treated for pain resulting from a terminal illness do not count against the percentage stated herein.
If you have any questions, please contact the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure (MSBML) at Tel: (601) 987-3079. Request to speak with the Pain Practice Registration Specialist.
Mail forms to: MSBML – Pain Medical Practice, 1867 Crane Ridge Drive, Ste 200-B, Jackson, MS 39216 Fax: 601-987-4159. The cover page should identify the name of the primary physician to include the Mississippi medical license number.