Dr. Christo joins Stateside to discuss the difficult balance between trying to help people who have legitimate pain needs and people who may have an addiction issue. Watch now!
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Stateside: Spotlight – Vaping Now an Epidemic Among U.S. Teens Dr. Paul sits down with Stateside to discuss how vaping can be dangerous when used in underage teenagers, and how it has now become an epidemic in US among that age group.
Dr. Paul Christo speaks on Crossroads about a new warning to people who take a daily low dose of aspirin. Details on the study in the video below.
Should marijuana be used to address the opioid crisis? Jun. 23, 2018 – 3:16 – Some push to provide pot as a substitute for painkillers; pain management specialist weighs in on ‘Fox & Friends.’
Trump signs “Right to Try” drug bill. Dr. Paul Christo discusses the bill aimed at terminally ill patients with i24NEWS’ Michelle Makori. Watch the video below for the full interview:
CROSSROADS | War on Opioids with Dr. Paul Christo Watch Dr. Christo discuss the war on opioids live on air. He discusses the new proposed bill, how programs can be effective for people battling addiction, what role the drug makers play, and the pain epidemic in America today.
CLEARCUT | Report: drugmakers paid to promote opioids Dr. Paul Christo was a guest expert LIVE on Clear Cut with Michelle Makori on i24 News. He discusses how drugmakers are paid to promote opioids and answers tough questions about being a chronic pain physician in the age of opioid addiction.
In this “3 in 3” video, Dr. Paul Christo describes how to diagnose Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and effectively treat it. The Journal of Family Practice’s “3 in 3” video series delivers 3 take-home points in 3 minutes—or less.