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Lady CoCo Says:

I suffer with chronic lower back pain and I've been dignoise with severe arthritis, bursitis, an tenditis in my hip joints. My doctor recently dismissed me from his clinic because he found THC in my system. Therefore he can no longer prescribe me narcartics. Ioooking for a Doctor in my area (Western Michigan/Newaygo county that does not have a problem with prescribing pain meds to patience who suffer with chronic pain. How to I find a physican in that catagory?

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David Says:

@Lady CoCo,

Sorry to hear about that situation with your doctor. Do you not live in a 420 friendly state? Many doctors at least over in California actually encourage the use of cannabis/hemp over those addictive pain medications. So I do find it odd to hear that there are still doctors who are not up to speed on the benefits of THC, CBD, Juicing raw hemp, etc.

However, in regards to finding a local pain doctor, I went ahead and posted below a couple webpages specific to locating pain management doctors and specialists in a given area. All you have to do is input your city or zip code for narrowed results:
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You can give this other page a try too if you come up with different results for some reason or another:

I'd consider calling up a number of them to see if they are accepting new patients. You may even want to go in person to get a real vibe for the doctor.

I hope this helps in any way! :)

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