How to properly manage your pain

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ST. LOUIS - Earlier this month Tiger Woods was arrested for DUI, but he wasn't drunk. The breathalyzer proved that Woods said he had a bad reaction to pain medication he'd been taking since he had back surgery.

Managing pain is a field that more people in the medical profession are addressing, many believing the solution cannot be found in a pill.

Dr. Ramis Gheith, Medical Director of the Interventional Pain Institute explains.

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