Narcotica-Breaking Free Hope for people in pain

A documentary film to shed light on the US opioid epidemic and educate viewers about non-traditional treatments for chronic pain

More than 120 Million North Americans suffer with chronic pain from an injury or illness.
Prescription opioid medication is related to more than 2 Million patients who are currently suffering from substance abuse in the United States.
$600 Billion spent annually in the U.S. alone on the treatment of Chronic Pain.

Our goal is to help chronic pain patients break free from inadequate and limited traditional approaches to care.

Narcotica-Breaking Free reveals honest perspectives from patients, caregivers and physicians; bringing the issues surrounding chronic pain to the forefront in hopes of influencing change.

Shed light on how the current healthcare system has not adequately addressed the pain community with comprehensive solutions to improve accessibility to care.

Viewers will gain an understanding of the events leading up to the current opioid epidemic plaguing the world and how chronic pain has been traditionally treated with an emphasis on narcotics.

Unravel the complexities of treating chronic pain by way of unique personal accounts as patients navigate their way through pain filled lives.

By having access to new modalities for treating pain, these patients overcame obstacles to finally have better function for more satisfying lives.

Narcotica-Breaking Free will shed a new light on alternative pain therapies and spread the message that every person suffering with chronic pain deserves choices for relief.

Produced by Yellow Dog Productions, a two-time Emmy award winning video production company

In conjunction with Next Healthcare Technologies, Inc.

We are inviting you to be a part of this change.

Help all Americans with the current opioid crisis by addressing a huge need–knowledge and education about the treatment of Chronic Pain. Help us get the word out!

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