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Opioid induced hyperalgesia in osteoarthritis with Dr Kosaku Aoyagi

Season 5, Ep. 2

Dr Kosaku Aoyagi is a physical therapist and Assistant Professor based at the University of Texas at El Paso and the Director of Pain Research in Mechanism-based Physical Therapy. His expertise is in pain and central pain mechanism in osteoarthritis. On this week's episode of Joint Action, we discuss the use of opioids for osteoarthritis, opioid induced hyperalgesia and much more.


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