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Restoring Chronic Pain Management to Primary Care

Recent research elucidating the fact that few patients with chronic pain are actually treated by “pain specialists” strongly suggests that primary care providers offer the best option for the underservice crisis in American pain medicine. Unfortunately, few primary care physicians believe that they have adequate training or even a strong interest in treating this large patient population. This special series has been developed to help primary care physicians learn how to develop collaborative care networks, utilized mid-level providers in their pain management practices, and develop a more biopsychosocial approach to their treatment of chronic pain patients – thereby increasing their efficacy and the satisfaction that they can achieve in their treatment of this complex group of patients.

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Michael E. Schatman, PhD, CPE
Executive Director, Foundation for Ethics In Pain Care, Bellevue, WA
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