Doctors Willing To Prescribe Pain Meds Near Joplin Mo
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Littlegirl13 Says:


Joplin or near joplin mo pain dr that will prescribe dilaudid and norco that dosent cost $ 500 for the first visit



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Vickie Says:
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Re: Sam (# 42)

I saw this Dr. Knudsen. He was prescribing me two Tramadol four times a day. When I called the pharmacy for my refill I was told Dr. Knudsen has canceled all scripts for this medicine and has already told all his patients about the cancellation. Well hello! He didn’t tell me! I went into a terrible withdrawal. I called him and told him and his reply was that I shouldn’t be having withdrawal symptoms. Fortunately I had some gababintin and that helped me through it. By the time I realized I should have gone to the ER it was too late. I was too sick to leave my bed. He could have at least acknowledged that I was having problems and advised me to go to the ER, but he did not. I want to add that I took them responsibly and as directed. For these reasons I would advise anyone to look elsewhere for help. Dr. Ali in Joplin might be able to help you.

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Maricica Says:
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Re: Leslie (# 47)

It's doubtful you will find a script writer these days. Doctors like that are all in the past. It does no good to phone a doctor's office either. They kept that info in house even when pain pills were in vogue.

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Leslie Says:

Also, I am currently looking for a pain management dr in the Carthage/Joplin area. Spent the last 3 hours searching online and making phone calls so any info would be greatly appreciated.

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Leslie Says:

Try Dr Chris Billings DO at the OCH Clinic in Webb City MO. He prescribed me Norco 7.5/325 at my initial appointment but evidently I didn't meet whatever standards he has to continue as his patient. It's worth a shot though. Phone number is (417) 673-0366 and he's only there on certain days as he travels from Gravette AR.

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tracey Says:
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I have a shoulder injury and my pain specialist will only prescribe Norco 5-325's, which don't even come close to relieving the pain. Are there any doctors nearby Joplin MO who are willing to prescribe stronger meds?

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Sam Says:
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Re: DR TIM (# 43)

Little girls post was from 2013, I'm hope she has resolved her problem by now.. Oh btw finding a dr that requires less than $500 for the first visit is possible...

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DR TIM Says:

YOU ARE UNLIKELY TO FIND THAT LITTLE GIRL.

DR. TIM

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Sam Says:
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Re: xfactor (# 31)

Dr Knudsen is no better!! He does not listen to patients.. Almost caused my husband to b paralyzed!! Horrible little man!!!

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Angie Says:
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Re: BELLA (# 4)

How do you go about signing the petition? I have been on pain meds for 10 years now for my back and was told surgery isn't an option unless I am to point of being paralyzed. I also have fibromyalgia . These new laws that are suppose to be putting end to addicts that abuse pain meds are in reality making it so that people who actually need pain meds can't find a Dr to give them to us. It's rediculous.

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Melanie Says:
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Re: Jim (# 7)

Have you been happy with them? I can't find any reviews. My doctor after 15 yrs is taking a job at the va hospital so we are looking for a new doctor thx

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Jo Says:
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Re: Margie (# 18)

What’s doctors name I am great need of meds for pain. I would greatly appreciate it.

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Dave Says:
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Re: Sissy (# 34)

thank you for that information because it was one of the considerations I had to choose from and I didn't like it from the beginning

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Sd Says:
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Re: Janet (# 2)
Dr heather stelling

Dr Heather Stelling

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donna Says:

Re: Janet (# 2)

i also need my pain meds refilled i live in pittsburg

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DR TIM Says:

Re: Captain Caveman (# 10)

THE BEHAVIOR YOU DESCRIBE BY YOUR DOCTORS IS A PROFOUND VIOLATION OF THE STANDARD OF CARE AND MAY BE MALPRACTICE/CRIMINAL. THEY ALSO HAVE YOU ON THREE TIMES THE RECENTLY ESTABLISHED MAX GUIDELINES OF 100MG MORPHINE EQUIVALENT. YOU DO YOUR DOCTORS NO FAVORS BY ANNOUNCING THEIR BEHAVIOR IN A PUBLIC FORUM.

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Sissy Says:
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Re: Jo (# 30)


DO NOT let ANY pain doctor put a pain pump in you! I had two pumps...they have to be replaced every 5 to 7 years. The third pump almost KILLED me. It would overdose me and knock me out one day....then underdose....send me into withdrawal the next day. The pump got infected. I saw the surgeon who implanted it 4 Mondays in a row while it was infected and he did NOTHING but send me to a dermatologist. She sent him a report stating the infection was not topical but deep down in the tissue. The report sat on his desk for 2 weeks until I ended up in the hospital. I had been to the ER but they did NOTHING but send me home. 2 days later I was found unconscious on the floor and admitted to the hospital with 106 degree fever and full blown Bacterial Spinal Meningitis!! The infection travelled from the pump, along the catheter and directly into my spinal fluid. A lot of Drs. Are trying to force patients to get these pain pumps so they don't have to write prescriptions AND, as you have found, they can charge $1,500 a month to refill the pump. The Dr. will tell you there are risks with the pumps just like any medical procedure. However, what they DON'T tell you is that these pumps have been RECALLED by the FDA 33 times since 2008. That's not a typo. 33 times!! My last pump was "reconditioned".....meaning it was taken out of a patient, supposedly sterilized, a new battery put in...then implanted in me. Dr. said it was just a coincidence that it got infected....yeah right. Anyway, take a look at the FDA website and search "medical device recalls" then "Pain pump". What I found out about them (after mine was removed) made me vomit!! You will also find that if there is a problem such as a manufacturing defect with the pump....the manufacturer only has to notify YOUR DOCTOR (yeah....the same Dr. that will do his best to convince you any problems with the pump are all in your head). Don't take my word for it......check out the FDA site. Then Google "medical device litigation preemption". You will find out that even if your pump is proven defective and it KILLS YOU....no one can sue the manufacturer because of a legal loophole called Preemption.

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Carolyn Says:
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Do you take new patients. I need the Norco for my knees and need someone who can give me norco

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Gayle Says:
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I need a doctor in Joplin mo willing to give me. Hydro codeine. And. Ativan. Real sick. In pain. Serve. Anxiety attack s. Bad. Please. Anyone. Knows. Please reply.

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xfactor Says:

Dr. Knudsens receptionists might just be the rudest lady I have ever spoke to. 0 help. Didn't want to listen to me at all. Unbelievable..

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Jo Says:
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No that is not right because I went to elite and they only would put a invasive pump in my body I would not do it because you have to have more surgery each time you change out pump Also they chg' d my ins close to 1500 for one visit I think they are cons /crooks just trying to get your money!!

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