Need A Pain Dr Colorado Springs Accepts Medicaid

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rae Says:
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Hi I need help finding a doctor who can put me back on my pain medication hydrocodone in colorado springs that accepts medicaid.

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JAB Says:
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Did you have any luck? I'm in a similar situation after my PCP stopped prescribing any controlled substances.

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Jlyn Says:

I need the same thing. Has anyone found that unicorn doctor?

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Brian Says:
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I'm in need of a pain managment Dr. Or clinic that excepts Medicaid in Colorado Springs Co. I do have a refural from my Pc Dr.

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BL Says:

Brian, call your health plan or the state Medicaid office. Although you will still have to call the drs they give you the names of and be sure that they still accept Medicaid Only.

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Mike MC Says:
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in Colorado Springs my doctor just sent me a letter declining to treat me because I failed UA I tried Mountain Dew somehow my crcreatinine was 2.9 has no creatine in it. I was smoking marijuana for depression. I am presently on 120 milligrams of morphine per day. the last time I quit I was hospitalized and given immediate morphine. have been on morphine 416 years due to herniated disc. does anyone know what I can do in Colorado Springs to get help. I am afraid to try to withdrawal. my mental state goes to a place you don't want to go. and my family needs me. I must keep working. I am 55 years old and I feel 70. I still feel lots of pain taking morphine. but I want to quit I just don't know how having thoughts giving up.I'm sure there are those who understand situation.does anyone where I can get some help without losing everything I own?

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Marc Says:

If you have coverage through Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid program) and live in Colorado Springs, contact your regional care organization called Community Care of Central Colorado. It is their job to help coordinate your care, help you find a specialty doctor, etc. Their phone number is 866-938-5091. Give them a call - they are there to help!

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Mary Says:


I am in very bad pain. I was in an accident a couple of years ago, so I was prescribed vicodin. I took two pills a day and felt comfortable enough to play some sports with my son. My doctor took me off of them saying I should see a pain specialist. So when I did, they said they don't prescribe narcotics. Then my doctor's nurse said that there's something going around that deters doctors from prescribing narcotics anymore. I feel sick! If u can help me that would be great! {edited for privacy}. Thanks and hope to hear from you soon! Have a good day.

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Numer1k Says:
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Hey. I'm in the same type of situation. While you are searching for a doctor you might want to try "kratom". It helped me through my withdrawals of not having my meds. It helps a bit with the pain for sure(not like narcs but it's something). Sorry I can't help with a doc but if you're open minded you should definitely give it a shot. Hope all goes well.

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RMT Says:

There is a new Pain Management Clinic opening in Colorado Springs on Monday February 20th 2017. They accept Medicaid patients as well as all types of insurance. The name is Colorado Pain Relief of Colorado Springs. They charge a service fee to see the Doctors but Medicaid will be accepted to fill prescriptions.

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Numer1k Says:
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RMT. Any other details??? I tried searching online but can't find it. I've been going crazy trying to call centers since I finally got approved for Medicaid. Been without pain medication for 3 months now. I even called a place that said it's a year to wait for an appointment. I'm running out of options. -_-

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In pain Says:
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There are two pain managment Dr.s who accept medicaid in Springs, Metamorphosis and Gorman Medical....

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