Pain Clinic North Carolina That Does Not Require Referral

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Anette Says:
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I need a pain doctor that does not have to have a referral. meds needed asap.



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sara Says:
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I need a pain Doctor that does not need a referral. I have chronic pain and arthritis and recurring pancreatitis.

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Luciano Says:
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Call 336-778-1950 ask for an appointment with Dr Campbell. since there a bit booked it will take like 2 -3 months and after they schedule you an appointment on the first visit he'll charge $180.00. after that it will be only $45.00. Show him any or all the medical documents that you have and he will give you that if that's what's good for you.. if not he'll give you something better.

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sara Says:
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Thank u so much it helped I have appointment

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Patty Says:
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Where is this doctor located I'm in cronic pain and have been in pain management for 10 years. My doctor just retired and I'm having a real problen with these va dr's

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Lanna Says:
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@Luciano Is Dr. Campbell a pain management physician? Does he practice holistic means/methods or does he prescribe opiate/narcotic pain medicines if necessary for long-term chronic pain? Thank you so much!!!

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Marsha Says:
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Is Dr Campbell in Clemons NC still taking appts for pain management, if not does anybody know of a doctor like Campbell that's notbscarred to write a prescription out.

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Marsha Says:
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Is he still taking patients ? I need a Doctor Since my Doctor retired I have been in and out trying to find another Doctor. My back hurts so bad I feel lime screaming when I'm in a car and my knees are just done. Please if anyone can help me please reply.

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Tom Says:

No, he retired in July 2015. I called today. I'm looking for a good doctor myself. I moved to fayetteville, north carolina from new jersey and am having a hard time. I was on 120 15mg oxycodone per month for various injuries including herniated discs and it worked great for years. I have no insurance and don't qualify for obamacare in this state. So as a result surgery or expensive treartments are not options. I can get a referal from my general practioner. i just need to find a doctor that takes people with no insurance and won't accuse me of being an addict.

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wildhearts Says:
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Marsha, Do you have a primary Dr. Need a referral.

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wildhearts Says:
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Tom , Do you have a primary Dr? Because you're going to have to get a referral to the Dr that writes . All Over the Charlotte, Gastonia to Arden,Asheville to Greensboro. That's all I know. I don't know any that don't need a referral but if any 1 does. Please let us know.

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Marsba Says:
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Yes I do need a referral. Wildheart, do you k of of one ?

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Cynthia Says:

Tom, I live in Fayetteville, NC. There are several pain management places here and all that I know of require a referral plus records/MRIs/X-rays from last pain dr. you saw, in fact I've been to a couple that have you take an MRI before they will see you. Your best bet is to call a few and ask them if they'll see you with no insurance, you can find some in the yellow pages in a phone book or just google them. If you see Sandhills Physical Pain Management, forget about them as they closed down last month, that's where I was going so ended up having to get a referral to go to Neurology and Pain Management. Yesterday was my 2nd time going there (they increased my 7.5 oxycodone to 120 a month), and so far I like them, everyone is so nice there! They're located on the North side of Fay. What part of Fay. do you live? If I knew that I might could tell you where the one's closest to you are. I know we cannot post our email address on here but wondering if one can post phone numbers to pain clinics? How long have you lived here in this *cough* wonderful city? Good luck and if I can be of help, just let me know. I'd say call Cape Fear Valley Hospital and ask them but not sure if they'd help you...you can thank all the abusers we have here for that. Take care and good luck~

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Tom Says:

I live near where gillespie and owen drive intersect. Still no luck.

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Cynthia Says:

Hi Tom, sorry to hear you've still had no luck. There are pain management offices by Cape Fear Hospital but they all will require a referral. If you don't have a primary doctor the only thing I know is to go to one of the Urgent Care places and try to get a referral from them. They'll either give you one or set you up with a primary doctor who then will give you a referral. Do you go to any type of doctors here in this *cough* city? If so, you could get a referral from them. Got mine from my Orthopedic doctor for the last 3 pain management places. Fayetteville is strict because of all the abusers we have here! The police are getting them everyday but doesn't matter, as there are so many here! Good luck but chances of getting to a pain management without a referral is slim, very slim, in fact I'd go as far as to say impossible but who knows, you might luck up and find one of those doctors that charge you a couple of hundred dollars to get a 'script. Take care~

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Mandi Says:
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I am in need of a pain doctor i am in pickens county south carolina

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Ericka Says:
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I need to find a pain management doctor without a referral that can help me with medication for my back I have arthritis and a herniated disc


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Randall Says:
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I'm disabled. I have degenerative disc disease. I'm on ssi. I also have MRIs. I need right shoulder surgery asap. I have Medicaid but just moved from g.a back to n.c and dont have a primary care Dr to write me a referral. I've been on oxycodone 30 mg and some muscle relaxant for about 25 years. I've had 3 knee surgeries and wear a shoe lift. I need help to get my meds. Please write me back. I need to get an appointment asap. I ride Medicaid transit so I live in Rutherfordton n.c and need one close or in Charlotte n.c. Thanks so much. {edited for privacy}

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Cynthia Says:

Randall, it doesn't have to be a PCP to give you the referral, I always got mine from my Orthopedic doctor...if you don't have an orthopedic doctor, you could go to one of the many Urgent Care clinics around and if they don't give you a referral to pain management, for sure they help set you up with a PCP...or go to your local Health Dept., don't know what part of NC you're in but my part, around the Ft. Bragg area, would help get you set up. Good luck~

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Marsha Says:
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I need a Dr in Goldsboro, NC that prescribes pain medication (such as percocet) for herniated disc pain.

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Jamoe Says:
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I need something for pain fibro chronic and Neur legs and backs hands

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