I'm in desperate need of a Pain Management Clinic, I have an L5 Herniated disc and it's messing with my Sciatica nerve . So if you could please recomend a Pain Management Office for me to go to as soon as possible, I would greatly apprecite it! Thank you very much!
You can contact the nearest VA Hospital for help in finding someone near you for help. Even if you are not entitaled to receive VA benifits.
the spine team texas.
everyone is great. the best.
i have the same thing you have
The best way to find a pain clinic is to ask your primary care doctor for a referral to a pain specialist or pain clinic. This method also raises the likelihood your insurance will agree to pay. Otherwise check the listings at the Board of Anesthesiologists (online) for local doctors as most pain specialists are board certified in Anesthesiology.
At first I was freaked out part of pain management was a shrinkI found an excellant one that has taught relaxation technics plus a combination of medicine that help.I hear(?) hypnosis helps also.I have a great chiropracter but insurance pays only 6 visits.With pain management for me at first they tried me.I have had back problems and fibro, brusitis and sciatic nerve.There are some exercises that he or she (pain mangmenment)Chronic pain I tell them can depress so yes to depression with a cause.Also find some yoga, and a whirpool pad from walmart in the bottom of tub really relaxes, we all face money..God bless>Jackie
If I knew where u lived I could recommend the BEST and most caring, down to earth and understanding pain management Pain Doc there is!