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Spine Pain Management, Inc. Conference Call and Webcast Reminder and Instructions
Date:4/14/2011

HOUSTON, April 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Spine Pain Management, Inc., (OTC BB: SPIN) through its CEO, Dr. William Donovan would like to invite all Investors and interested parties to participate in the Company's first interactive phone and web-based conference call with PowerPoint presentation.

During the call Dr. William Donovan, Chief Executive Officer, and John Talamas, Chief Operating Officer, will review last years record financial results, discuss significant business developments, along with the Company's growth strategy ahead. After the formal presentation, questions will be addressed from call attendees.

Access to the Call:

The call will be video Webcast with a live PowerPoint presentation as well as accessible to those attendees using a phone alone. However, to use the phone alone access, there is a slight change to instructions given in the earnings press release dated April 8, 2011. Phone access alone will allow full audio of the call, but cannot be used to ask questions. To participate in the Q&A, using either phone or VOIP, an attendee must be properly logged into the Webinar Internet website link below.

To use the internet link, you must register prior to access. So we suggest you complete the registration and get your log-in information in advance of the start of the presentation.  You can register for your log-in any time between now and the start of the presentation at 4:15 EDT.

Click or paste the link below in your browser for web access to the presentation:

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/881548174

Or if the above link doesn't work, please try the following:

http://www.JoinWebinar.com

Webinar ID: 881-548-174

Telephone Dial-in or VOIP with Q&A: To ask a question using your telephone, you must be online at the presentation site during the internet
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