Medical science has moved forward by leaps and bounds in recent years, and yet for too many injured workers, their initial work-related injury and subsequent medical treatment is only the start of an all-too-familiar downward spiral that often ends in opioid addiction and permanent disability. Even in cases without startling injuries, complaints of pain can lead to various conservative treatments including physical therapy, oral medications, creams and patches. If complaints of pain persist, different drugs or categories of drugs are tried, and if they fail, many injured workers will agree to surgical procedures. Surgery often not only fails to reduce the original complaints of pain, but can create entirely new scarring, adhesions, muscle and nerve injury, disuse, atrophy, and deconditioning. Sometimes a second or third surgery is attempted; often with a spiral of worsening outcomes.
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