Dr. Brett Teran: My treatment philosophy for painful conditions whether they be any variety of condition where it creates pain whether acute or chronic is to manage those conditions both looking at pain, but also how they affect function and it’s important to tailor that treatment program to that specific condition, but also to allow the body to do its natural work which is to heal, and to support that. And there are many different ways to be able to allow the body to heal using those treatment methods and that includes exercises and physical therapy, occupational therapy. And medications are part of that that can help facilitate the healing process, improve function and pain. And, there are certain instances that where acute injuries occur, that strong pain medications or opioid medications can be used to help alleviate pain and allow a person to be more functional and resume their life. But there are also – been over use of these medicines in certain instances and it’s important for that to be addressed in a visit, but also be aware of some of the risks of these medications that are out there and being used for painful disorders. So when I see patients in the clinic setting, I have a conversation with them about their use of medications along with other ways to treat pain that can be effective and this is hopefully very helpful for many of my patients to realize this, and can again help them for long term success in their life.