In this review: Trends in the Use of Opioids vs Nonpharmacologic Treatments in Adults With Pain, 2011-2019 (JAMA Network Open)
Study: Use of Nonopioid Pain Treatment Rises Significantly From 2011 to 2019
Physical and occupational therapy made significant gains in prevalence for both chronic and post-surgery pain treatment.
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Date: November 10, 2022
Content Type: Review
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