Alternative treatment options range from non-opioid pain medications, like non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, to injections and interventions, like spinal cord stimulation; physical therapy; increased use... Opioid crisis forces doctors to use alternative pain methods

Alternative treatment options range from non-opioid pain medications, like non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, to injections and interventions, like spinal cord stimulation; physical therapy; increased use of chiropractors; acupuncture; weight loss; even meditation or natural remedies.


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