Dr. DiBenedetto published in Pain Medicine

Dr. DiBenedetto published in Pain Medicine

Our own Medical Director, Dr. David DiBenedtto, published an article Pain Medicine | Oxford University Press on the relationships between opioid dosing, pain severity, and disability in a community-based chronic pain population.  Other authors include Kelly M Wawrzyniak, PsyD, Matthew Finkelman, PhD, Ronald J Kulich, PhD, Lucy Chen, MD, Michael E Schatman, PhD, Melissa T Stone, PsyD, and Jianren Mao, MD.  

You can read this informative article at:  

Pain Medicine, Volume 20, Issue 11, November 2019, Pages 2155–2165, https://doi.org/10.1093/pm/pny240


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