Coping with a Painful Recovery

Dr. Samantha Taghva, Internal Medicine Physician with Baptist Health South Florida, says empowering patients, giving the pharmacist a little bit more of a role and empowering physicians to help people with chronic pain are good decisions to improve patients’ quality of life.

Any chronic pain medication that a patient may use should be mentioned to the doctor for the right prescription, she argues.

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