October 2017 – Dr. McAnally’s New Book on Opioid Dependence
We are excited to announce the publication of Dr. McAnally’s new textbook on reducing opioid dependence. The book presents what is currently the most in-depth pharmacologic review of these powerful and dangerous medications, and a comprehensive overview of current evidence and guidance for their judicious prescription within a balanced approach to pain management. The material…Read More
August 2017 – Meditations on Transition
Nothing describes August better than transition. The kids are back in school, the fish are done running (except for you lucky folks in Whittier), and… winter is on its way. Cycles are built into our universe from the celestial to the subatomic, and change is an inevitable fact of our existence. Two things about the…Read More
July 2017 Update – What does House Bill 159 mean?
This month we’re devoting the news column to a question we’ve heard a lot about these past two months – what does House Bill 159 mean? While attempting to maintain neutrality on the subject to the extent possible in this column, and just relay the facts as they have been signed into law this month, we…Read More
June 2017 Update – New Staff at NAPM
Welcome Briana and Becca! You will see two new young faces at NAPM this summer helping out at the front desk and also on the clinic and procedure side. We think they are simply wonderful, not only because of their fine hearts and work, but also because they are some of our children! We have decided to…Read More
May 2017 Update – Freedom from Dependence upon Narcotics.
This month we were blessed to receive word from three young women in their 20s and 30s whom we have been privileged to work with to help achieve their goal of freedom from dependence upon narcotics – both prescription painkillers and heroin. These courageous women (along with many other patients of ours) have each been sober/abstinent…Read More