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Addiction to painkillers is spreading and leading to other problems – from doctor shopping to pharmacy robberies to overdose deaths. During the last 10 years in Nevada, per capita sales of Oxycodone surged 366%. Hydrocodone sales rose 233%.
I am encouraged that the US Senate is drawing attention to the important topic of chronic pain in America. As national attention is brought to this issue, I hope that the discussion includes potential dangers of opiate pain medications, and the validity of non-opiate approaches to the treatment of chronic pain. to read more click…
Listen to Las Vegas Recovery Center’s Medical Director Mel Pohl, MD, FASAM talk about prescription drug abuse on Eye on Addiction Radio. Download 4) Dr. Mel Pohl, Pain Meds Abuse.mp3 – Kiwi6.com Mp3 Upload