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Can you tell me about any doctors who can prescribe Vicodin

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Chronic Migraneur Says:
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Can Anyone point me in the right direction as to finding compassionate GPs or Neuros or PM Drs. in the Indianapolis area? My Neuro's been treating me for Migraines for 5 years--tons of triptans + 2 10/325 hydrocodones a day (down from my decade of twice that prior to his God complex)--and he's gone silent on me, though CVS says he won't prescribe anymore because--even though I immediately informed him that I have a tooth I may lose & my Dentist Rx'd a small amount of 5/325s, unasked for, for the pain that bloomed after her substantial work on/around the tooth. Going to a new PCP next week--no idea if she'll help in interim or refer me to anyone who will. Whenever my chronic migraines aren't treated, I lose functionality. 3 sons to care for & I must find work, too. Names? Practice groups? Resources to find docs who care & aren't DEA brainwashed? Any help appreciated. Avoid Dr. Bustion in Carmel, IN. And Dr. Julian Sargon-Ungar in Rennsalear, IN. And MAPS Pain Clinics in Minneapolis. I can tell you that much.

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BL Says:
 
There is no way that a new president is going to make the powers that be lighten up on the restrictions. Amd those that believe it is going to make a difference are not thinking straight. It doesn't matter if the person elected is a Republican or Democrat

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P450 Says:
 
Posters,

Here is a guy in Virginia my old stomping grounds, try him:
Akhtar Purvez, M.D.
Pain Medicine
90% patients recommend
92% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
145 reviews
1807 Seminole Trail
Suite 201
Charlottesville, VA 22901
(434) 328-2774
painspinecenters.com

DO out near Culpepper as you know no one is writing in town ahem...
Daniel E. Halpert, DO
Pain Medicine
97% patients recommend
97% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
228 reviews
2002 Orange Road
Suite #201
Culpeper, VA 22701
(540) 423-6239

Mehul J. Desai, M.D., M.P.H.
Pain Medicine
100% patients recommend
100% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
43 reviews
8401 Colesville Road
#50
Silver Spring, MD 20910
(301) 588-7888
mostsportsmedicine.net

This doc was trained in India. I do not know how he has a Western license and is an ortho who does pain:
Amit Bhargava, MD, MS (Ortho)
Pain Medicine
98% patients recommend
98% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
80 reviews
20 Crossroads Drive, Suite 210,
Owings Mills, MD 21117
(410) 581-2969
bpain.com

Well liked in PA, grab him up before retirement:
Thomas Whitten, MD
Pain Medicine
97% patients recommend
100% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
44 reviews
4893 Route 30 East, Suite 8
Greensburg, PA 15601
(724) 600-0607

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P450 Says:
 
Lynn, Manny, other posters

What are your issues for pain? Did you lose a physician? I am going to be seeing this doctor tomorrow and pray he prescribes. It's 10 months now. Give some information. Your state is not bad but the FDA 120 mg. morphine equivalent suggestion has all these guys tapering or firing people without cause but the true cause is their profession and lives, like I say they are people too.

For Manny try this guy in Georgia from fusion:
Vinai Vishwanath, MD
Pain Medicine
97% patients recommend
97% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
40 reviews
3969 South Cobb Dr. Se
Suite 205
Smyrna, GA 30080
(404) 400-2683
totalpainsolutionspc.com

Paramvir Singh, MD
Pain Medicine
92% patients recommend
89% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
96 reviews
1070 Historic Hwy 441
Suite D And E
Demorest, GA 30535
(706) 778-3259

South Carolina has treated 12,000 patients
Aathirayen Thiyagarajah Mbbs, MD
Pain Medicine
84% patients recommend
84% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
144 reviews
2076 Woodruff Road
Greenville, SC 29607
(864) 373-7246
373pain.com

Edward Dieguez, MD
Pain Medicine
97% patients recommend
97% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
45 reviews
120 Health Park Blvd. Ste. # 4
Saint Augustine, FL 32086
(904) 827-1455
feelbetterandlookbetter.com

Alabama even took charity patient 100% review rating:
Reginald M. Smith, M.D.
Pain Medicine
100% patients recommend
100% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
34 reviews
2345 Moody Parkway
Suite 204
Moody, AL 35004

ARIZONA

This doc trained at John Hopkins:
Amit M. Patel, MD
Pain Medicine
100% patients recommend
100% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
48 reviews
9377 East Bell Road
Suite 131
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
(480) 494-3550
integritypainaz.com

Otto Uhrik, MD
Pain Medicine
97% patients recommend
96% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
329 reviews
10228 West Coggins Drive
Sun City, AZ 85351
(623) 214-8800
myclinicforpainrelief.com

Says she's a DDS but treats pain, check her out:
Mandeep Vermani, DDS
Pain Medicine
100% patients recommend
100% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
26 reviews
2220 W Southern Ave, Ste 102
Mesa, AZ 85202
(623) 428-9949
arizonatmjpain.com

FLORIDA

Strange said there are lots of people and rubber duckies over 700 reviews might work for awhile Florida friends...
George S. Sidhom, MD
Pain Medicine
84% patients recommend
94% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
759 reviews
722 Bowing Oak Dr.
Brandon, FL 33511
(813) 684-7246

Rajan Kalia, MD
Pain Medicine
97% patients recommend
95% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
139 reviews
801 W Oak Street
Suite 203
Kissimmee, FL 34741
(407) 284-1993
orlandopainsolutions.com

This pretty lady started as a pharmacist and is now a pain doc in Florida many reviews check her out..
Juliet D. Burry, MD
Pain Medicine
97% patients recommend
96% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
397 reviews
499 E. Central Parkway
Suite 115
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
(407) 671-5115
pmiorlando.com

A former NY doctor in Florida:
Brian Dowdell, MD
Pain Medicine
100% patients recommend
99% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
84 reviews
308 South Harbor City Blvd
Suite A
Melbourne, FL 32901
(321) 733-0064
soarflorida.com

An African physician in the Tampa area:
David Ikudayisi, M.D.
Pain Medicine
96% patients recommend
100% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
57 reviews
8019 N. Himes Avenue
Suite 200
Tampa, FL 33614 - PMC#: 1291
(813) 932-9798

Two more Tampa physicians taking new patients:
Yamilet Neninger, M.D
Pain Medicine
100% patients recommend
100% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
135 reviews
4509 N. Armenia Ave
Tampa, FL 33603
(813) 873-7777

Manjul Derasari, MD,PA
Pain Medicine
98% patients recommend
98% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
191 reviews
1912 E Busch Blvd
Tampa, FL 33612
(813) 933-5900

Joseph Rashkin, MD
Pain Medicine
95% patients recommend
97% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
118 reviews
2727 W. Mlk Jr. Blvd.
Suite 760
Tampa, FL 33607
(813) 877-7758

Remember many of these once you are on patientfusion allow you to make the appointments there and access records. Follow my good advice making appointments and please tell us how you made out.

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Keikee Says:
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Dang! Thanks for all that great info P! Surely some folks on here will benefit from your hard work in finding those docs! I know how time consuming researching PM Dr's can be and then listing all that info! Thanks!

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lynn Says:
 
I'm writing to p450. I know you mention after odumma is out (and i would like to say i didnt vote for him) that maybe the dr will get back to normal and the dea will be off their back. Goodness they are just trying to help us out but im still looking in arizona now.

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P450 Says:
 
Posters,

I attempted for the guy in Pennsylvania and found 2 physicians in NY who have over 88 reviews with the same address. They also do appointments online. I did not check out where in NY but clearly they are popular and are still writing. Here is the female:

Kathyron Maine
Pain Medicine
(84 reviews)

84 North Main St
Wellsville, NY 14895

(Her partner)
Billy Carstens
Pain Medicine
(88 reviews)

84 North Main St
Wellsville, NY 14895

They are currently not booking on line so... Call the doctor's office at (585) 593-7246 to book an appointment. People b****ing about waiting but they do write medications.

Here is one in Berwick, PA.

Moin Mallhi, MD
Pain Medicine
88% patients recommend
88% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
18 reviews

1200 Freas Avenue
Berwick, PA 18603
(570) 752-6441

For the multiple pain friends in New Jersey where I was born, she is down by the shore in Freehold and not making appointments online; use the number I am listing.

Mariam Ghobriel, MD
Pain Medicine
99% patients recommend
99% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
126 reviews

800 W. Main St.
Ste 111
Freehold, NJ 07728
(732) 303-0102
libertypaincenter.com

This doctor is over the bridge in Staten Island, his picture shows severe vitalago on his face so people be kind. He has over 120 reviews all of which states he is kind and provides medication, you must call for an appointment ok.

Anurag Bhatia, M.D.
Pain Medicine
99% patients recommend
99% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
122 reviews

2066 Richmond Avenue
Suite 202
Staten Island, NY 10314
(718) 698-3900

Here is one in King of Prussia, PA check him out.

Tony W. Ku, MD
Pain Medicine
100% patients recommend
100% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
135 reviews

625 Clark Avenue
Suite 17 A
King Of Prussia, PA 19406
(610) 857-7771

Here is a DO in Horsham PA with good reviews. My first PM was a DO.

Justin Winas, DO
Pain Medicine
100% patients recommend
100% concerns addressed
Verified provider
Accepting new patients
Grants access to health records
136 reviews

721 Dresher Rd.
Suite 2500
Horsham, PA 19044
(855) 235-7246

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P450 Says:
 
Posters,

As a professional nurse it is important to be sincere when you meet a new physician, try not when making the appointment to ask if they do medication management for during this FDA joke they are a bit paranoid, and further if you have prescriptions and a record that you have been on them for over a year without major changes MOST will want the success of controlling your pain on what works.

There are people who post here who act as if they know. I personally due to a work injury as a professional nurse have been on opioids LA and BT since my injury and catastrophic causing me a slew of structural disorders and the other disorders such as systemic RSD, FM, DDD end stage ok...I outlived Dr. H after 10 years, and then Dr. Famous in California the best in America booted 30 out of state patients off his cliff because Jerry Brown is running California like Odumma runs America.

There are people here who are addicts and ugly to those who are not ok. They are not who you seek support from they are attempting to harm you because they cannot hook up with a PM. As a professional nurse and pain advocate as well as published scholarly researcher I can tell you more about what physicians think then you need to know.

They are human. Like us they have loved ones and do not want to go to jail. Being a PM causes HUGE malpractice insurance rates and they always have the DEA to answer to. They may have had loved ones suffer as we do, they are empathetic. Some do love $$$ in fact the one who is seeing me does not take Medicare and even my WC award which is 100% I will submit for and will hand him cash on my first meeting. He will take a check but I will bring cash the first time. Be prepared. Be polite. Do not get hysterical or treat your next physician badly because perhaps your last one booted your ass out the door.

Don't use any medication that should not be in your system. If you do and are then you are not a pain client you are an addict and that disease is very serious, you need a shrink for this and a therapist perhaps a treatment program. Don't blame the physician for what you did wrong or what others did to you ok. Try to dress in a business like manner regardless of the pain. Ladies a spot of lipstick, eye makeup and some courage and strength when you face that new doctor. Men even if you do labor for your job you have a pair of nice slacks and sports shirt to wear when you make that first visit. Listen to what they say, and always weigh certain options.

For most procedures will cause more damage. Always politely ask 'can you assure me Doctor that this inj. will not cause more scar tissue or pain.' If he can will he put this in writing? He will not...

Tread lightly just carry a big stick.

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P450 Says:
 
Sandy,

Although the DEA just hit your state even GP's write.

Try Tennessee Pain Clinic, they have 4 physicians who all write and yes it's in your state.

Tell me what happens.

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P450 Says:
 
Jake,

There is a clinic just south of Roanoke where there were 2 physicians, one retired. I posted it on one post awhile ago. Virginia is a hell hole. Anyhow from what I hear they write liberally there. One must travel if they want pain management but now some of us who are rare like I am are told we can't be seen in California for our high opioid therapy because we are out of state. Funny in California the homeless rule the streets, they won't even take $5 if offered, they tell you they cannot buy a roll of toilet paper for that but legitimate people cannot get treated.

Hold on checking my paperwork on that clinic.

He may be retired but he has a partner still there and they may even have another office around Charlottesville, keep me posted wish you luck my new friend.

Dr. Bart W Balint DABA, MD
Pain Medicine - 26 years experience
(2 Awards) Patients' Choice Award
54 Franklin St
Weyers Cave, VA 24486

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maddog Says:
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I cant find a pain clinic in pa since my dr left

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Jakewar84 Says:
 
it is so so hard to find a doctor that take my pain serious. I have been hit by a car as a pedestrian and have severe nerve damage and ive also had muiltible surgerys. i finally found a doctor that did help me control my pain but he retired back in dec 2014 and i havent found anyone that will take my treatment serious. I live in the southwest of virginia and ive already checked out most doctors around here and they want to treat a person like a junky so i am very close to Tenn, North Carolina and west virginia if anyone can point me in the right dirction I would be extremly greatful.

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P450 Says:
 
K,

Unfortunately my credentials are well known as I've personally referred worldwide in written referrals over 10,000 intractable pain clients who were suicidal. That is why this is so relevant you may not have read my story on various posts nor does it matter to me. I am a professional nurse, regulatory expert well known for cleaning up shut down facilities that do not meet standards, advocate and published psychiatric researcher.

Central Pain Syndrome is the end of the road the pain literally has now imprinted the brain leading to the brain constantly misfiring nonstop autonomic and visceral pain; makes my systemic RSD look like kid's stuff.

Chris and SH use the site, it may get you a younger, newer physician who is eager to get a good book of patients going; this doctor had wonderful office staff--she told me he does not like to write Soma, Oxy contin or codone, Xanax and another and asked me what I am normally on which did not seem a problem. To literally have someone admit to prescribing is amazing it's utter fkig regression to the good old days. They do not do Medicare so I told them I've got my 100% medical comp award so if he did not mind me giving cash just give me a receipt with the date of injury and I use a pharmacy out of state that ships and drops overnight to me. That is because seeing the California doctor could not be filled in Texas. He is reasonable in price and on this site had over 90 patients with positive responses. He is clean on the Texas Medical Board. $250 first visit only $100 for medication visits and if he does injections which I am long past doing only $100 to $150. Most office staff are very rude in Texas as of late and it is unfortunate but when you make a good contact grab their name and did so.

The site is 'patientfusion' and as I mentioned you can literally make appointments with many of the physicians on the site and get copies of your medical records if the physicians use the service. It provides free appointment scheduling although with my set up it denied so I called anyone with 90 reviews 100% of which would refer the physician to others is worth the call. He is a good age only 39 and only 4 years into doing doctor of pain. So he is new painers and believe if I hold my own my complexity will not frighten him too much.

Everyone knows that Odumma has hurt us all, in this regard government should not be dictating physician practice and actions and it is.

Jay just read your post hang in there dear brother. I am praying for you. Hold on, let your wife sustain you and do not let anger derail you brother.

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Keikee Says:
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That's FABU news! Just don't let the Dr know how much more intelligent you are than his whole staff put together. Show your vulnerable side. Men like that kinda thing. Damsel in distress.

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Keikee Says:
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LOL. You're cracking me up, P. Just the first couple lines. I'm VERY happy to hear of your positive news! WOOHOOOOOO

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P450 Says:
 
Posters,

Say a prayer it looks like they have not killed P450 yet. On Thursday I have an appointment with a real physician, who will I am told write what I have been written directly from my last prescriptions. Yes after 10 months I have the boxes, with patches brand of course due to my allergies, in them because Dr. Famous had us put aside a percentage per month I am alive.

I used the site I pointed out to ya'll a few days ago there are both newer doctors on there and you can make appointments literally for many on the site, and some other physicians who might need business.

We had heavy flooding Saturday so I rescheduled an appointment with what concerned me as a potential storefront. Everyone knows I can die from Central Pain but also will die unless the pain is medicated at this time. It was so bad roads were closed so I booked out.

In the interim this other physician who I personally checked up on is seeing me this week, and I wanted everyone to know do not give up. This situation in America will change, we researched and proved in the late 80's that opioids for intractable pain are the safest long term treatment with lower side effects. What we experience as physical tolerance over time means medications would be upped the fear now due to the FDA push has many doctors running from their work. Sad to see.

Don't give up, I nearly did and I won't do it, nor should you.

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BL Says:
 
manny, are you having a hard time finding a pharmacy to fill your prescriptions or a dr to prescribe it ? If you're having a hard time finding a dr to prescribe it, what happend to your lost dr ?

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manny Says:
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im in Lawrenceville ville ga i get prescribed 120 30 mg rocicosone and 60 xanax i use to have not a problem getting them filled all of a dudden i cant get them filled i tried for 4 months and atill nothing thats why i havent been to the soctor if anybody knows any doctors in my area i qould really appreciate it thanks

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BL Says:
 
Pain management drs aren't hurting for patients. The vast majority of them are going by the FDA Guidelines of 120 mg Morphine/Morphine Equivalent Daily. They aren't going to accept a new patient that is taking the FDA Guidelines or more if they adhere to it in their practice. Most drs also won't take a new patient that has a failed drug panel because they want patients that will go by their rules. It doesn't matter how long a patient went without breaking the rules. The vast majority of drs want patients that won't break the rules period. It is possible someone may find a dr that isn't strict, but those drs are few and very far between.

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kay Says:
 
To BL~(Angela TOO) BL, You are not telling me anything I don't already know, but I will say that not all Doctors HAVE to do it their way. Perhaps looking at your records, they wanted to try something different. I am on 10/325 percocet which I have been for years. the three times I have moved (out of State) the doctors were all very appreciative of the records I brought them as I keep all my records. Don't count on the i**** people in the offices to send the right info or even YOUR info (LOL!! I highly suggest that everyone get copies of each visit (if not that day, a few days later when it is completed) or get your full records before going to your next doctor. ANGELA, do not let BL discourage you by saying that you have to accept that Doctors will not write high dosages if you were on them. Maybe she had a problem, but everyone is different!! They did for me because I had all my records & they were open-minded enough to study them. It's always easier to say no to a patient & I have very little respect for those Doctors, especially if you bring them in all your records & have religiously gone to pain management every month. The only thing that disturbs me about these clinics are the low-lifes that work in the office treating EVERYONE like they are addicts. They need to be put in their place. Remember, if the Doctors-not their managers do not like them or they are responsible, You must report them to your Doctor & I have actually had a few FIRED as they deserved to be. If the Doctor wants to start you on a lower dose, play his game & take it, but if it is NOT working, make sure you tell him & let him know you are upset with him & that was WHY you brought in your records. Remember, if he thinks he will loose your business, he will think twice, especially if it is a pain clinic where you go every month! Pain clinics are just that~to control your pain & if the doc isn't doing his job-the power is in YOUR hands. Let him know he is NOT controlling your pain & you came to him for help & if he isn't willing, especially with all the progress shown in your records, that you will go elsewhere. He is NOT the only doc out there-he also can be reported for not helping you. What State are you in ANGELA??

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