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Tim Says:
 
Yes I'm looking for a doctor to please help me cause I've feel like I have been treated like an addict and and I have pinched nerves in my back my leg is numb from the knee down along with the horrible pain I'm not asking for a major pain Med just something to make it to were I'm not being such an ass to my wife and kids I live in the Pensacola,Fl area if any info that can help I thank you.

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chaos Says:
 
A neurologist may give you Vicodin or Percocet. Make sure you talk to your primary Dr. Get the referral to a neurologist,

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chaos Says:
 
I have chronic pain and it took me awhile to
Get to Pain Mgmt. For a few Years I was prescribed tramadol, it helped it was better than nothing, and its not so addictive as . Percocet and vicodin

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Jenna Says:
 
@Tim,

Have you tried any alternative methods of healing for your pain? I've tried acupuncture for a painful nerve in my foot before and it really helped. Chiropractic manipulation, essential oils, massage therapy, light physical exercise (yoga), and eating more plant-based/ anti inflammatory foods etc.. might also be beneficial.

I usually suggest taking advantage of those options before relying on prescription narcotics or other pain meds; mainly because things like yoga and natural alternatives can be done throughout your life without necessarily being dependent on your doctor.

Nonetheless, I have listed below a couple websites specific to locating pain management doctors in a given area. All you have to do is input your city or zip code for narrowed results:
doctorsforpain.com/physicians/index.html

You can give this other page a try too if you come up with different results for some reason or another:
wellness.com/find/pain%20management%20specialist

Many of the results you find (in one or both of the links above) also list a phone number for that specific doctor; I'd consider calling up a number of them to see if they are accepting new patients; some aren't, but most usually are.

I hope the suggestions help! Good luck with finding the right doctor.

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