Pain Revolution Sponsors
With help from our sponsors, the 2019 Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is
launching the Local Pain Educator Program in Tasmania.
AIA Australia Limited is an independent life insurance specialist with more than 40 years of experience building successful partnerships.
AIA Australia offers a range of products that protect the financial health and welfare of more than 3.3 million Australians. It is one of the country’s largest group life insurers by market share and works closely with major financial institutions and corporate partners.
In addition, it offers retail insurance products through financial advisers and a valued network of affinity partners. AIA has a partnership philosophy at the core of its business; it focuses on building sustainable relationships that add true value to its business partners.
AIA Australia has won numerous industry awards, including: the Asia-Pacific Banking & Finance 2016 Life Insurance Product of the Year Award for AIA Vitality; the Super Review Best Insurer of the Year Award 2017, 2015, 2014, 2012 and 2011; the ANZIIF Life Company of the Year Award 2017, 2015, 2013 and 2012; the 2016 Women’s Employer of the Year; and the 2016 FSC Life Insurance Awards Consumer Innovation Award, for AIA Vitality.
AIA Australia is part of the AIA Group, a market leader in life insurance across the Asia-Pacific region for more than 90 years.
University of South Australia
Since 1991, the University of South Australia has been at the forefront of Australian University education.
Their support of the inaugural Pain Revolution in 2017 upholds their mission to "educate professionals and citizens to the highest standards; creates and disseminates knowledge, and engages with our communities to address the major issues of our time."
In 2018, and again in 2019, UniSA continues their support of the Pain Revolution's mission to address persisting pain as a major social and health problem.
The Universty of South Australia houses the Sansom Health Institute, which is home to the Body in Mind Research group.
This research group is a global leader in understanding the neuroscientific basis of persisting pain and developing innovative non-pharmacologic treatments for chronic pain. This group is lead by Pain Revolution founder, Professor Lorimer Moseley.
Australia's largest 3rd Party Accident Claims Administrator
Gallagher Bassett is Australia's largest multi-disciplinary Third Party Claims Administrator. Drawing on their global network and extensive local resources, they manage claims on the behalf of insurers, brokers, government bodies and self-insured organisations.
Gallagher Bassett’s has returned as a sponsor of the Pain Revolution ride for a third year in 2019. Their support reflects their business purpose to guide those suffering a loss to the best outcomes for their health and wellbeing, to guard their client’s assets and to go beyond expectations in the continuous pursuit of a better way.
As experts in claims management, Gallagher Bassett understands the importance of the treatment of persistent pain and are committed to the mission to increase awareness of the impacts of persistent pain on society.
Swiss Re Group
With Swiss Re, we're smarter together.
The Swiss Re Group is a leading wholesale provider of reinsurance, insurance and other insurance-based forms of risk transfer.
Dealing directly and working through brokers, its global client base consists of insurance companies, mid-to-large-sized corporations and public sector clients.
From standard products to tailor-made coverage across all lines of business, Swiss Re deploys its capital strength, expertise and innovation power to enable the risk-taking upon which growth and progress depends.
Primary Health Tasmania
An Australian Government Initiative
Primary Health Tasmania (Tasmania PHN) is a non-government, not-for-profit organisation working to connect care and keep Tasmanians well and out of hospital.
We are one of 31 similar organisations under the Australian Government’s Primary Health Networks Program.
Our vision: Healthy Tasmanians.
Our purpose: Creating enduring health and wellbeing solutions with the Tasmanian community.
Australian Pain Society
The Australian Pain Society is a multidisciplinary organisation aiming to minimise pain and related suffering through advocacy and leadership in clinical practice, education and research.
Australian Psychological Society
The Australian Psychological Society is the peak body for psychologists in Australia and represent over 24,000 members. They amplify the role of psychological science and psychologists in helping people achieve positive change so they can confidently contribute their best to the community.
FXNL Media aims to simplify rehab education. We provide you with the latest educational videos and insights from leaders in the fitness, medical and rehabilitation industries.
PainTrain is a digital health record that enable chronic pain patients to summarise information about their condition and to easily share it with whoever they choose in their care team.
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