CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT IN THE MIDST OF THE OPIOID CRISIS

CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT IN THE MIDST OF THE OPIOID CRISIS

Opioid addiction has increased by over 500% in the last seven years—there is hardly an American who doesn’t know someone who is addicted, who has been directly affected by opiate addiction, or who is addicted himself. In response to this epidemic, the CDC has enacted...
Old Drug, New Tricks: Ketamine’s New Role in Chronic Pain Management

Old Drug, New Tricks: Ketamine’s New Role in Chronic Pain Management

Ketamine has been around since the 60s. A popular battlefield anesthetic used liberally in the Vietnam war, ketamine has experienced something of a renaissance in recent years, emerging as a powerful treatment for depression, anxiety, psychiatric disorders, and...
NON-OPIOID PAIN MANAGEMENT OPTIONS | PAIN MANAGEMENT WITHOUT NARCOTICS

NON-OPIOID PAIN MANAGEMENT OPTIONS | PAIN MANAGEMENT WITHOUT NARCOTICS

It’s estimated that 36 million people in the United States struggle with opiate addiction. More than 80% of these addictions started with a prescribed opiate painkiller. With the opioid crisis officially declared a National State of Emergency, it’s important to know...