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pain clinics that treat out of state patients
Does anyone know of pain clinics that take out of state patients? Also looking to get put on opanas, or something like that. Been on loratab 1000's for 15 years and they don't do the job anymore. I realy hope someone out there knows someplace in GA or TN. Hope to hear from you soon and thanks. ## First off, there are no Lortab tablets that contain 1,000mgs of anything. And next is a question, why aren't you looking in your home state? Even if you do find a doctor that will treat you, when you're from out of state, most pharmacies will not fill your prescription under such circumstances. ## I am looking for a pain management dr in the Saginaw area who takes out of state claims from New Jersey, I' m thinking about relocating from Delaware. I got hurt in 93 and have bn ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Opana.
Wed, Aug 13 '14, 10:50 PM   17  Subscribe to thread 229621
Wisconsin Pain Clinics
Does anyone know of any pain clinics in or around Hudson?? Please let me know if you can if they accept out of state patients. ## I may not have a personal doctor I can refer you to, but I did locate a few pain management options in your general area who may be worth trying out: Interventional Pain Specialists of Wisconsin (IPSW) 2021 Cenex Drive, Suite J Rice Lake, WI 54868 Phone: 866-745-7246 or 715-234-7246 "Also serving patients in Hudson, Amery and Hayward" Physicians Neck and Back Clinic of Western Wisconsin 403 Stageline Road Hudson, WI 54016 Phone: 715-531-6800 Appointments: 715-531-6888 Fax: 715-531-6801 Gerst Acupuncture 1200 Hosford St. Ste 101, Hudson, WI 54016 (715) 790-3219 Wanken Family Chiropractic 832 Carmichael Rd, Hudson, WI 54016 (715) 381-1800 I hope this in... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Pain Relief.
Tue, May 21 '13, 3:52 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 247121
pain clinics ga good doctors
Where is a good doctor in GA that will accept out of state patients? ## Hello, Sick! How are you doing? Sorry that you're in pain and suffering. However, finding a doctor that will accept out of state patients isn't something that's likely to happen. Due to the new regulations that were put in place this year, doctors have to be even more careful about prescribing medications and most now require that their patients live within a certain radius of their office. And even if you did get a doctor to prescribe, most pharmacies won't fill it if you and your doctor aren't both located within a certain radius of their store. Do you have a doctor you can see at home? ## Where is there a good Dr.and pain clinic near thomasville ga. 31792. My Dr. I was seeing cannot prescribe ... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Arthritis.
Fri, Jul 04 '14, 5:46 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 256839
indiana suboxone
Please help! I'm a mother of three children that is trying to stay of pain medications. I am in struggle of finding a suboxone doctor here in Indianapolis. I have been on pain medications for over 12 years and I've not been able to stay clean longer than 5 days due to the withdrawals and make you feel like death. I have taken suboxone before and it helped me tremendously. But I'm not able to find a doctor prescribe me I'm on six waiting list and then told by a dozen clinics there are no longer taking patients that are on Hoosier Healthwise. can anyone out there please help me please ## Hi, Don,t know anybody in your state but you could try goggle Suboxone doctors in Indianapolis and see what pops up. You might want to try a private sub dr. opposed to a clinic. A lot of t... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Suboxone.
Sun, Aug 31 '14, 10:58 AM   11  Subscribe to thread 256086


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