As the country grapples with both the Covid-19 pandemic and the ongoing opioid crisis, chronic pain management has become more challenging than ever.
Traditional therapies for chronic pain often rely on opioid-based treatments that run an outsized risk of addiction. Other treatment options include physical therapy, implants, and steroid injections, but these require frequent visits to a doctor’s office. Particularly during the pandemic, it has been difficult for chronic pain patients to overcome backlogs when those with acute conditions have been prioritized by an overwhelmed health care system.
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