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Trying to find out how to get on pain medication for my back pain how to get a good doctor to trust and help me with what I need



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kid! How are you?

Well, to be honest, pain medication should be the last resort, after trying other options to solve your problems. They carry the risks of causing problematic side effects and many of them can be habit forming, such as opiates.

Do you currently have a PCP that you see regularly? If so, that would be the best place to start, they can refer you for some exams and evaluations to see what's causing your pain and then refer you on to a specialist, if needed.

Can anyone recommend any good doctors in WA?

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