Vancouver, British Columbia, V5Z3A4 Canada

Mission Statement

iSTOP is the International body overseeing the development of the IMS technique as developed by Dr. Gunn. iSTOP endeavors to encourage the acceptance and spread of this proven chronic pain treatment. iSTOP’s objectives are as follows: To fund, facilitate, develop, implement, and promote activities, facilities, and programs, which will foster the education of physicians, physiotherapists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals with respect to the early diagnosis and appropriate treatment of soft tissue disorders such as tendonitis, bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, other sources of pain including nerve entrapment syndromes, disc and low back pain, and myofascial pain. - see Treatable Conditions To provide funding through scholarships, bursaries, loans, and other means to needy or deserving students who wish to study Gunn IMS. For the objects aforesaid, to employ scholars and scientists, and to acquire, maintain, and operate lands, buildings, libraries, laboratories, research equipment, and facilities. To receive gifts, bequests, funds and property, and to hold, invest, develop, manage, administer, and distribute funds and property for the purposes of the Corporation, for such other organizations as are “qualified donees” under the provisions of the Income Tax Act, which are charitable at law and for such other purposes and activities as are authorized for the registered charities under the provisions of the Income Tax Act. To conduct any and all activities, and exercise any and all such powers as necessary for the achievement of the foregoing, and in furtherance of the objects of the Corporation.

About This Cause

The Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain (iSTOP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the understanding and treatment of soft tissue pain. We are registered as a Canadian charity and our operating income is subsidized by fundraising efforts and private donations. The doctors and physical therapists in our directory have years of experience using Intramuscular Stimulation to treat soft tissue pain, and many have been trained and been certified directly by Professor C. Chan Gunn. Dr. Gunn is an Honoury Professor at UBC, Clinical Professor at UW, has been awarded the Order of Canada and the Order of British Columbia, as well as many other awards.

5655 Cambie Street Suite 280
Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z3A4
Phone 604-264.7867
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