Primary care doctors are still the best for pain management. More than 60% of all pain management cases are handled by them or other practitioners, such as nurse practitioners. There is simply not enough specialist pain management doctors to treat every case. When it comes to complex pain management, there is often a gap in the education of primary care physicians. It can lead to frustration and even worse, patients may not feel better or have tolerance issues that require higher doses. This can lead to incorrect dosing, and even fear of licensing problems from medical boards or regulatory agencies. Due to the growing ...Read more

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