• Dan30 Dan30
    November 30, 2012
    Can anyone help or point me in the correct path!
    Dan30 Dan30
    November 30, 2012

    I work from home on a computer and have 2 toddlers. I use to be able to keep up with daily tasks and be able to play with my kids and hike etc. I am now struggling to get out of bed and just not have a bad attitude and sit at my computer to make a living. I live in Toledo Washington and was wondering if you knew of any good pain management clinics around me. My regular doctor told me he understands my situation however he isn't a pain doctor and can't subscribe any pain killers to me long-term due to the laws etc. He also said pain clinics where a bit ridicules and radical on requirements and make you feel like a drug addict, and talked about all of these DEA, doctors that did injections, and people getting addicted to pain medication horror stories. I don't even care if I get pain killers I just want the pain to go away if it's surgery or pain killers so be it as long as it works.

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  • Cort
    Health Guide
    December 04, 2012
    Cort
    Health Guide
    December 04, 2012

    Your doctors not giving you much of a choice there! He doesn't have anything to offer and yet he says pain clinics won't work either. I would look for a good pain clinic that gets good reviews (look on the internet) and go there. Yes, be careful, not all therapies have been adequately studied but there is a reason physicians specialize in pain - there's alot of learn. Your primary care doctor really is not equipped to deal with long term chronic pain.

     

    You find clinics by using the program on this page.  Good luck! 


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  • Robinwilliams December 01, 2012
    Robinwilliams
    December 01, 2012

    Why don't you try chiropractic care for your problem. It does wonders! If you can find a good chiropractor in your area, its well and good or else visit Corrective Chiropractic & Wellness Clinic. I have heard they are really good.

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  • chico1221 December 01, 2012
    chico1221
    December 01, 2012

    Dan i can tell you from my experiance almost 12 yrs with pain pump and i can move now i was bedridden i still have bad days but i have 3 meds in pump.duliad,baclofen and clonadine new my legs go numb cramp and i just plain am miserable.i dont live there but call major hosp. and ask if they have pain clinic and id switch doctor pain clinics really help me so give it a shot.let me know what happens.ill be praying for you.....

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