Pain Dr. / Clinic In Knoxville Tn.

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Lindy Says:
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Today I was informed by my pain specialist in Knoxville Tn. I am being booted out. I have substantial medical proof of need for chronic pain. 5 yrs. of perfect urine , no missed appts. etc. A nurse practitioner pushed my buttons in the wrong manner. Told me I had 3 warnings for short medicine. Highest shortage was 7 pills. I've never asked for and early refill. 2 failed surgeries in my lower back , spinal cord damage in cervical as my arm is numb 70% of the time. I was supposed to have surgery after the holidays to correct this. I am 63yrs. old and without a compassionate Dr. I will loose most quality of life. I am not demanding certain medicines as many do. My daily dosage for 4 yrs. has been 4 10mg. IR Oxycodone and 1 12 hr. Morphine 15mg. 2x per day. Is there anybody in the Knoxville Tn. vicinity that can help me with a clinic or Dr. ?
Thankyou in advance

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Optimistic Says:
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My best advice would be to move to a less red state where they actually care about people.
You might have better luck.

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Lindy Says:
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Re: Optimistic (# 1)
Unfortunately I made the move in 2016 out of emergency for my daughter. Pa. has gotten just as bad. Pretty upset at this time , not even a thought to taper. My pharmacy contacted me , some type of blood pressure medicine..Really ? Never have I had and issue or complaint since being there. It was this new P.A. that for some reason had the hatchet ready for me since. I see my PCP Dec. 30th. he is aware 2020 has been a rough year for me. I had a sister pad of cancer along with a Brother In Law. Not letting it get me down. My PCP should be able to take care of my minimal dosage.

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Dallas Says:
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First rule. Do not piss anybody off that your lucky enough to get your meds from. No matter how clean, how perfect of a patient. Doctors are cutting us out, they don’t want the risk of loosing there license or being sued.

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