U.S. begins to change approaches to pain management

04/3/2013 | Hour Detroit magazine

Pain management is a challenge for clinicians and patients, and better approaches are needed, starting with a change in how people think about pain, experts say. The Institute of Medicine says research dollars are in short supply, but studies are examining alternative and complementary therapies and self-management strategies. Pain specialists Dr. Cain Dimon and Dr. Walid Osta said combinations of treatment are often needed.

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