• JJ JJ
    September 23, 2010
    anyone know of a pain center for oxycodone 30 that is closer to Ocala Fl than tampa/orlando. I went to one in Inverness which is 40 miles but they are closing.
    JJ JJ
    September 23, 2010

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  • Cort
    Health Guide
    September 24, 2010
    Cort
    Health Guide
    September 23, 2010

    Pain.com  has a box that allows you to punch in your zip code and get a list of pain doctors in your area. Perhaps you can find someone closer. Good luck! 


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  • kaywood September 24, 2010
    kaywood
    September 23, 2010

    I live in Clermont florida and I drive to Tampa.  It is so difficult to find an understanding Pain Doctor,..so I haven't looked to see if there are any good ones closer.  My Doctor does everything by the book and will provide the medication needed for your condition..as long as you have all your medical records, etc. and he accepts you.  I am in a great deal of pain from over 5 buldging discs and 3 pinched nerves. I receive Oxycodone and Methadone. I am a legit pain patient, and druggies won't fool him. I'm not sure if I can say the name of the Dr. here, but it is Dr. VanDecarr at Tampa Pain Clinic.  If you can drive that far it is worth it.

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    • JJ
      JJ
      September 24, 2010
      JJ
      JJ
      September 24, 2010

      Than'ks.  I'm legitimate with records but the usual Doctors, ie, Dr. Zhoe at the Comprehensive Pain Mgmt of Northern Florida gives me back injections but DOES'NT prescribe oral pain meds. so I had been going to Apopka Pain Center in Inverness which doe's.  They also required an MRI but it is all about money with them ...200.00 a visit (doesn't accept insurance) and all he did was ask how ya doin and write you a script. That was working for me but like I said he's retiring and the office is closing. 

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    • justkathy11
      September 25, 2010
      justkathy11
      September 25, 2010

      The clinic in Tampa do you know what insurances they accept or is it a cash only clinic?

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    • kaywood
      September 25, 2010
      kaywood
      September 25, 2010

      He used to take insurance, but now he doesn't. They accept major credit cards, though.  His initial visit may cost a the most, but the following visits are much less than $200 .  This Doctor is not in it for any kind og greed.  He was a Psychology Professor at USF and I took one of his classes in college.  He became a Pain Specialist and a Dr. because his Daughter needed pain relief for legitimate pain, and could find none. Because of that experience, he became a Doctor!  Go to Tampapainclinic.com and see his great website.  You should give them a call and make an appt.

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