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Physical Therapy Access May Reduce Opioid Prescriptions

Now, a new School of Public Health study finds that patients who first saw a primary care physician (PCP) for low back pain were 79 percent more likely to use prescription opioids than patients who first went to a chiropractor, and 71 percent more likely than those who first went to a physical therapist. The study was published in BMJ Open. Full story

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