Asheville, NC (WorkersCompensation) – As state workers’ compensation commissions and insurance agencies look to combat the opioid crisis, many are more accepting of non-traditional therapies for pain.
But that doesn’t mean the industry is moving quickly to adopt some more radical treatments.
Since 1999, 29 states have accepted acupuncture as a treatment for pain. The number of treatment sessions are limited and varies from state to state. In California, a state law passed in ...
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