Need Doctor Who Will Prescribe Pain Medication In Boardman / Youngstown Oh. Help Please...

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InPain Says:

I suffer from severe fibromyalgia for years now. It is documented and has been acknowledged by other Drs. I have recently relocated to Youngstown Ohio. I recently visited a doctor to become a patient for my pain and other unrelated issues- high blood pressure, etc. The doctor pretty much asked me to leave the office and refused to even consider treating my other nonpain issues AND told me that no other Dr. would bother to see me either. My only recourse for ANY medical treatment would be to visit a hospital-apparently here I am untouchable. I cannot begin to believe that this is the norm here. Any help, suggestions, clinics, etc is greatly appreciated. I am suffering daily and need someone to help.

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Verwon Says:

What was his reasoning for dismissing you as a patient and saying no other doctor would touch you?

Is there something in your records that would cause it, such as being dismissed by other doctors? Or were you trying to demand pain medications from him?

I'm not meaning to accuse you of anything, I'm just trying to discover the root of the problem, to see what your best option might be.

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Pain Says:
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My record is clean. No demands made, I simply explained my pain issues and what medication I was taking -Hydro and Ambien and that I am now in Ohio and need Drs. care. That was it. He could not get me out fast enough. I asked about my other non pain issues and he said he could not take me or help me and most likely no one else would.His parting words, "Your untreatable". Never experienced anything like this before. I know about the clamping down on painkillers and the hoop jumping to get care and medication,I've been through it, but this was above and beyond.I'm willing to work with someone and do what needs to be done to be treated legally,this "Dr." didn't even try.

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keikee Says:
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Do you mind telling me the doctors name you saw? A pain management specialist? I know many pain specialist physicians in your area of Ohio. There's two ginormous "pain management practices" with about 12 drs each. Probably only three or four are in business for themselves. And those guys DO NOT have good reputations. So, if you saw one Dr from one practice it wouldn't do you any good to see a different one in the same practice. I'm pretty sure you can do a Google search for "pain management Dr's in Youngstown, OH" and see the list of Dr's names and their addresses. You just have to watch for those that have same address so you don't end up even calling the office of the guy you already saw. We're you referred to the Dr you saw? Anyway, I'm happy to help.

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Keikee Says:

Hello InPain, I was wondering how're you're making out with your dr "issues" these days? I hope you were able to find a caring dr. I'd love an update!

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Meranda Says:

do u know of any dr's in ohio? I have to find a new dr and i am currently on roxy 30 5/day. do u know of any drs who will continue to prescribe this to me? Thank you :)

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Pinky Says:

Trying to find a Dr. in Youngstown,OH who prescribes Hydrocodone for severe arthritis is like biting nails, I've been taking them for 5 years in Erie,PA and moved here to Ohio and can't find a decent family Dr. Can someone help me?

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Keikee Says:
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Hi there Pinky! Before I responded to you I checked the distance between Youngstown and Erie, Pa. Is it about an hour or hour and a half drive? I ask because you may need to make a trip back there to A, get a refill of your meds and B, ask your Pa Dr to write you a referral to a physician with a "Pain Management" specialty here in Ohio. In Ohio, at least in the Youngstown area, you'll not find a General Practice physician who'll write regular, monthly prescriptions for narcotic pain meds.The state of Ohio "powers that be" have created what is essentially an obstacle course of new rules & regulations for the physician who has a patient with chronic pain. The dea has written a doctrine of how Morphine should be prescribed re:what should not be exceeded per day per patient. The Dr must check the pharmacy board's record of folks who've filled a narcotic already that month blah blah blah. Then the pharmacist can deny filling the script if they feel it's too large a dose or whether the person gives off an addict vibe etc. Back to your problem. Ask your Dr to refer you to one of the local hospital's pain centers. There's St Elizabeth's and Southwood. Also Trumbull memorial hospital. I think it's called Trumbull hospital. It's located in Warren, Oh. Which isn't far at all. Avoid Tiffany Pain Center like the plague. They go by another name. I believe it's Mahoning pain center. I'm sure there's those folks have been patients there for long time and love it but for new patients it's really terrible. A complete waste of time & money. Plus the humiliation of being treated like a drug addict street junkie. I sincerely wish you the best.... oh! Also, don't forget the Rheumatologist Dr! My brother in law has your type of arthritis, sees a Rheumatologist. He's in Fla.. but his Rheumatologist prescribes his pain medication. Please let me know how things turn out for you!

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BL Says:

With hydrocodone combination meds becoming a Schedule II Oct 6, 2014. I will be extremely difficult to find a famly dr who will give you this. There is extra work for the dr and they don't get compensated for it.

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Kimberly Says:
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Hello I went to the Tiffany pain group I went through Hell just trying to get the nurse practitioner to listen to me she was a sheer nightmare I was going there extreme pain from a car accedent and fibromyalgia she had so many low blows to my being there she even ask me if I were slow mentally she said she can't help me I ask her if she looked at my Mri and told her I gave it to her she is still insulting me and finnally looks at the mri she seen my mri and rushed out the room 5 minutes later she comes back with a prescription for vicodin hp and shots in my back every time I went I had to take someone with me but Patricia the nurse practitioner was still so nasty so a year goes by I ask do I have a co payment every time I went never had one so one day a day before my next appointment one of the people at the group calls me and said I owed 117 dollars so I paid I ask is that all I owe she said yes that's it. it the next day witch my appointment was later that someone called me again and said I owed 1023 dollars before I come in today she was really nasty on the phone I ask about the call the day before and she said I don't care about that I put the phone down so I could Collect myself and blurted out what the f××× and she I guess Heard me and dismissed me in a letter as a patient I have tryed to go to several pain groups but because of this incedent it hunts me I'm in so much pain every day I feel like I'm going to die from this pain some times it is debilitating each pain group said contacted Tiffany and denies me what can I do.

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Mark Says:
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Dr brain brocker the best be clean of any outher un scripsd youngstown

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smiley Says:
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does brian brocker giv narcotics for pain in youngstown ohio

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