Acupuncture's role in solving the opioid epidemic: evidence, cost-effectiveness, and care availability for acupunture as a primary, non-pharmacologic method for pain relief and management

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Title

Acupuncture's role in solving the opioid epidemic: evidence, cost-effectiveness, and care availability for acupunture as a primary, non-pharmacologic method for pain relief and management

Description

Meridians (2018), .

Abstract

The United States is facing a national opioid epidemic, and medical systems are in need of non-pharmacologic strategies that can be employed to decrease the public's opioid dependence. Acupuncture has emerged as a powerful, evidence-based, safe, cost-effective, and available treatment modality suitable to meeting this need.

Alternative Title

Meridians

Date

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5/1/2019

Language

English

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Type

Journal Article

issn

2377-3723

issue

1

page end

24, 52

page start

13

volume

5

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