Practice of Medicine
Pain Management with Opioids
March 1, 2018
Case Study #1
A 34-year-old male presented to a family medicine physician for chronic low back pain. The physician is comfortable prescribing opioids and has many patients on scheduled drugs. The patient has had chronic pain for many years and undergone multiple treatments including physical therapy, steroid injections and many medications. On presentation, the patient was on Robaxin and …
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