Sarlo Knoxville Tn

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Meme Says:
KNOXVILLE tn dr named dr. Sarlo on Asheville hwy

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Meme Says:
I posted about this doctor because he doesn't take insurance and I thought the laws changed on that? I called him and it is $400.00 for you first appt and I can't remember how much after that. The weird thing is, he asked me to bring my insurance cards in and when I asked why since he doesn't take insurance he replied back in a rude way saying " it's my office I can do what I want to do!" I have diabetic neuropathy,lupus,and fibromyalgia. I'm needing a doctor that will write for a long acting med and something for breakthrough pain. I have been taking OTC meds for the last few years for the pain and its no longer working. I've also heard about a family doctor on Kingston pike that treats pain but can not remember the name of the place but they take insurance. If anyone knows of any doctor that is really good you can email me at {edited for privacy}. Thank u so much

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David Says:
Thanks for sharing this Meme! From what I could gather, Dr. Robert Sarlo has 1 office location at:
6911 Asheville Hwy
Knoxville, TN 37924
Phone:(865) 523-3900

The patients reviews on him seem to be a mix of good and bad (the bad reviews are mostly relating to him only wanting to take cash for certain things), but I figure that is probably the case with many pain management doctors nowadays, having to adhere to so many rules and regulations put in place by the FDA.

Can anyone else suggest some good doctors in this area?

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Meme Says:
I found another doctor they are also primary care doctors and they also even have doctors there that can manage CP as well as being your primary care doc. That's better than having to go to several different places. If u need their name and # let me know they also take Medicaid and a lot of different insurances.

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Laura Says:
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Yes. I have been searching so long. I have mcare and mcaid Would u plz give me the drs name?

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