The way physicians approach postoperative pain treatment has evolved over the years as techniques are developed, processes are optimized, and patients are empowered. While many traditional methods are still in use, surgeons and anesthesiologists alike are turning to solutions that offer better pain control and fewer side effects. According to Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Hollis, the effort of introducing regional analgesia was worth it for both him and his patients. He now receives fewer postoperative phone calls and his patients are happier than ever.
In the article How the Next Generation of Physicians is Treating Pain and Why, Dr. Hollis explores:
- The most significant barriers to change and why cost shouldn’t be one of them
- Recent improvements to popular pain treatment methods
- Why CPNBs should be part of your consideration set