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Kim Hooper, DO, discusses some of his experiences with patients who are dependent on opioids. He discusses how he treats them using methods such as manual manipulation and physical therapy. He also speaks about the warning signs and how doctors track potential prescription misuse.

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This video was produced by the Ohio Physical Therapy Association.

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