Managing chronic pain without opioids

SALISBURY — There are better ways to manage pain than the use of opioid drugs.

That was the message from therapists Kaitlyn Duerr and Kim Tormay at Noble Horizons on Saturday morning, Feb. 23.

The two, who work at Noble, covered various strategies in physical and occupational therapy that can help patients manage pain without opioids and their negative side effects.

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