Article: Why Pharmacists Belong In The Medical Home (Please note: There is a charge to download the entire article from this website, but be sure to check with your local library to see if it is available there.) Marie Smith, David W. Bates, Thomas Bodenheimer, Paul D. Cleary; Health Affairs October 2011; Volume 30, Issue 10, http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/29/5/906.abstract
Thomas Buckley, RPh, MPH Assistant Clinical Professor University of Connecticut
Some specialized torture treatment centers have observed benefits among their patients from physical treatment modalities such as physical therapy or massage. Primary care or other clinics treating torture survivors may also consider such interventions when addressing complaints of chronic pain and physical symptoms. Because torture is usually directed in part toward the physical being of the victim, attention to the body can be especially therapeutic, both emotionally and physically.