Doctors That Write Roxycodone In Knoxville Tn

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Amanda Says:
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Need to find a pain doc that write roxycoden, I've tried alot of other pain meds and.roxys are the only way i.get pain releaf

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If you truly have a diagnosed condition, that can be assessed by CT scans, MRI's, lab findings, or other devices such as ultrasound, then you probably do need a Schedule Two narcotic. In receiving a Schedule two, the mindset now is that you will probably be on them for an extended period of your life. In the past, in order to make patients comfortable, doctors were prescribing medications like OxyContin, Roxicodone, Duragesic Patches, etc. for pain alleviation. If you are having sporadic or afflictions that cannot be measured scientifically, then the chances of getting a CII are limited. Even hydrocodone CIII, is coming under scrutiny. Now, trust me, it is my personal as well as professional, that insurance companies and the government, have been given far too much authority in questioning the judgment of a medical doctor, who has gone to school a minimum of twelve years to practice the craft of assessing and then diagnosing the proper treatment. Many today, see treatment of chronic pain as a combination of meds, therapy, exercise, and relaxation. I can almost guarantee though, if you go into a doctor's office and tell him/her what med you want, and don't have the diagnosis to substantiate it, 80% chance you will not get it. You need to work with your physician and develop a trust with him. If you have something like fibromyalgia, chances are you won't get roxicodone and probably shouldn't have to begin with. Now, having said that, I think that doctors should be able to prescribe the appropriate med that they feel that you need without having to explain that. There has been recent discussion about whether a patient should receive an opiate med with an anti anxiety and I believe that there are circumstances where a patient gets anxiety from pain meds and needs an mild sedative, and a muscle relaxant.. but once again, the medical evidence and not just a patient's word is going to be a hard sell right now, until they curb the 'business of selling and inappropriate prescribing.... people who truly need it should NOT be restricted and an insurance company, pharmacist, or cop should have the authority to dictate that.

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