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Young Pop-Rock Artist Sings About Pain and Finds Relief in Natural Treatment, Says Pain Management Specialist Reza Ghorbani, MD, ABIPP, FIPP

The lead track on Mindy White’s new pop-rock album is titled, “I hope you stay gone!” While the song is about a faithless lover, it could just as well describe her near lifelong struggle with chronic pain.
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December 16th, 2013|Press Releases|0 Comments

Increased Use of Anti-Overdose Drug May Give Addicts False Sense of Security, Says Dr. Ghorbani

Many treatment professionals now support making the anti-overdose drug Narcan available without a prescription. This approach is counter-productive, says Dr. Ghorbani.
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November 19th, 2013|Press Releases|0 Comments

New Claims That Medical Marijuana Is a Safe Treatment Are a Smoke Screen Says Dr. Ghorbani

Victories for advocates of marijuana legalization in last week’s election could ultimately signal spike in painkiller addiction as pot becomes more widely available. That warning comes from, Reza Ghorbani, MD, president and medical director of the Advanced Pain Medicine Institute of Greater Washington, DC.
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November 13th, 2013|Press Releases|0 Comments

New Study On Fake Herbal Treatments Raises Important Issues Says Dr. Ghorbani

A new study showing that many herbal supplements purporting to be healers are fakes is significant, but it doesn’t mean patients should give up on legitimate natural treatments that relieve pain.
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November 5th, 2013|Press Releases|0 Comments

FDA Is Right to Urge Tighter Controls on Some Addictive Pain Killers Says Dr. Ghorbani, MD

Dr. Reza Ghorbani, of the Advanced Pain Medicine Institute and Truceuticals Inc. releases new book, “Secrets to a Pain-Free Life”; explains why the US Food and Drug Administration’s move to limit the abuse of some widely prescribed prescription painkillers should be welcomed.
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October 30th, 2013|Press Releases|0 Comments

New Report from the Centers of Disease Control Indicates Overdose Deaths in Women with Painkilling Drugs are Often the Problem, Not the Solution

Harvard-trained, board certified Pain Management Expert Reza Ghorbani, MD, ABIPP, FIPP discusses the epidemic of women overdosing on pain killers.
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July 5th, 2013|Press Releases|0 Comments

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