Pain practice is a state of mind

Pain practice is a state of mind

Learn from an expert's epiphany.
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Apr 21, 2014

Clinical skills are important, of course, but diagnosing and alleviating pain in your patients begins with resetting your state of mind,according to Michael Petty, DVM, CCVP, CCRT. Listen in as he tells the story of how he came to this realization, and how it changed his career forever.


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