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Pain Doctors in Portland Oregon

I'm on here looking for a solid doctor from people that have had a good experience, as my PCP keeps telling me to go see a pain management doctor. I'm looking for a doctor that still prescribes 30mg oxycodone with no problems. I have 5 years of medical records and continued proof of taking oxycodone but can only get 15mg which isn't enough to make my pain go away. Please help me asap! Thanks {edited for privacy} ## Hello, Rob! How are you? I'm sorry, but there is no listing of doctors according to what they will or will not prescribe that I can refer to for you. Technically, any doctor with their license to practice medicine could prescribe it, but there's no way to be certain they will, even if they are a pain management specialist. The only thing you can do is set ... ...

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Doctors Who Will Prescribe Pain Medication Portland Oregon

suffering from cronic headaches and neck pain due to a variety of events ## looking for a new dr. who will be willing to give me the same meds as I was taking before I moved here, they are narcotics that I take on a regualar basis for headaches and neck pain, hydro codone 10 to be exact, where I came from it is tough to find a dr. who will help you, how will I start over in Portland to find a helpful Dr.? ## I'd suggest looking for someone that specializes in pain management and making sure that they get a full copy of your medical records from your prior doctor. In many cases, if you go in asking for a specific medication they will see it as drug seeking behavior, but they can see what works for you as documented by other physicians, they are more likely to prescribe accordingly. L... ...

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Suboxone Doctors Portland Oregon Accepting Medicare Ins

I am looking for a list of Suboxone providers in the Portland Oregon area that accept Medicare as payment. Suboxone for Pain Management specifically. ## There is no specific list of doctors that prescribe it for pain management, because actually any doctor can prescribe it for that, just like Methadone. The specialty lists are just for those that need it for addiction treatment. Learn more Suboxone details here. However, the problem you may run into is if you are contacting doctors and wanting them to prescribe a specific medication, because most doctors will consider that drug seeking behavior. The best thing you can do is find a pain management specialist that accepts your Medicare and make sure that they get a full copy of your medical records. If they see what has and hasn't wor... ...

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Help With Pain Medication

I have suffered refractory chronic head pain for over four decades, and every doctor I have ever had until a recent one prescribed a modst regime of pain medication. Now I need help locating a doctor who might be willing to prescribe again here in Portland, Oregon. ## Hi Will, I may not have a doctor I can refer you to, but I can provide you with a couple links that may be of service to you in locating pain management doctors in your general area, who specialize in this sort of thing. All you have to do is input your city or zip code for narrowed results: {link removed because site no longer exists} You can give this other page a try too if you come up with different results for some reason or another: Many of the results you find (in one... ...

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Medical doesnt cover anymore, please help

Trying to find a dr. in portland, oregon. ive had chronic pain for over 10 years and my medical wont cover anymore. The pain is unbearable now and I need several surgeries to not be in pain including 2 back surgeries. If someone could please help me find a good DR. that isnt under someones thumb that would really help. thank you ## Hello, Trish! How are you? I am very sorry about the problems you are dealing with, being in pain is horrible. However, if your medical insurance will no longer cover it, that is not going to change, even if you see a different doctor. I mean a doctor can request authorization, but they can't force your insurance to cover anything. Additionally, all doctors are under the 'thumb' of the government, if they are thought to prescribe medications inapp... ...

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