Monday, October 02, 2017

The FDA wants opiate makers to offer docs training in quackery

Now the FDA is proposing an expansion of that educational mandate for opioid makers — to teach physicians how to manage pain with yoga, cognitive therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic, and other nonpharmacologic methods.

"Nobody has overdosed from too much mindfulness," said Corey Waller, MD..

1 comment:

james gaulte said...

I wonder how effective yoga and chiropractic slight of hand will be for a post op total knee replacement.As I commented recently patients in pain will be the collateral damage in this latest war on drugs.