Patients benefit if physicians have pain management training

03/19/2013 | American News Report

A study in the Clinical Journal of Pain found that primary care physicians who were trained in pain management helped alleviate symptoms better than colleagues without the training. The Primary Practice Physician Program for Chronic Pain led to greater physician comfort in treating pain symptoms, and patients were able to return to work faster after treatment. Researchers examined data on patients treated by 31 doctors.

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