Most Recent Articles by Tori Rodriguez, MA, LPC
Viewing photographs can decrease pain intensity in patients with chronic pain.
Adolescents with CHD have a fivefold increase in rates of anxiety disorders and ADHD compared with healthy control patients.
Weaning from continuous opioid infusion can result in withdrawal and associated adverse effects.
Patients with HCV may be especially appropriate for nonpharmacological interventions for chronic pain and SUD.
Psychiatric comorbidities including depression are a common complication of epilepsy in both children and adults.
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- Naltrexone-Assisted Detox vs Buprenorphine Taper for Opioid Dependence
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