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pain management, Florence, Alabama
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In need of a new doctor. Mine is still my family doctor but cut me off of all my pain control, anxiety, & sleeping meds when I tested negative for Lortab & Percocet after a 9 day trip with my daughter's school to D.C. & 6 states in which I didn't carry my meds.I need one in Northwest Alabama that will continue to prescribe my Lortab, Percocet, Valium, & Ambien for chronic pain, anxiety, & sleeplessness. Any suggestions appreciated. ## Hello, Little Mister! How are you doing? Sorry about the problem that you're having. Why didn't you take your medications on the trip? If you need them, it only makes sense that you'd take them all the time, as prescribed. I'm sure that's why your doctor has taken such an action. If you require such medicatio... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Lortab.
Thu, Aug 13 '15, 3:16 AM
methadone doctor in florence alabama
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I am a electrician for 17 years and my knees hurt and occasionally have bad aches in my feet and I've took other pain meds and for use to them and started getting use to them and took methadone and it works great ## Hello, Darrell! How are you? There is no such thing as a Methadone doctor, technically, any doctor that has their license and can prescribe medications can prescribe it for pain. However, due to the new regulations that were put in place last year, if you require such a medication on a long-term ongoing bass for the treatment of chronic pain, you'll need to see a pain management specialist. Do you currently have a PCP that could refer you to someone? That would most likely be the fast and easy way to find the help you need. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Methadone.
Sun, Nov 30 '14, 4:39 PM
alabama Florence, Muscle Shoals, Huntsville
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Laminectomies L4,5,6 Cervical plate-6screws Ilieostomy gastroplasty Fibromyalgia Osteoporosis w/left knee replacement Renal failure w/recovery Cardiac loop recorder: I am listed as a critical chronic ill patient on med records;recent bldwork indicated presence of drug I did not take or have at my disposal and dr prescribing pain med,Lyrica and Flexril dismissed me. I realize that paperwork is paperwork, my word is mine. Would it be more advantageous to ask GP to consider pain management control or assist me in locating another pmgtspecialist? ## Hi, Sissy! Sorry about the problem you've had and the pain you've been in, that's awful and no one should have to suffer like this. And yes, seeing if your GP can help in some way would be the best the thing to do in this situation. ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lyrica.
Mon, Aug 05 '13, 9:13 AM
Doctors Who Prescribe Morphine In Alabama For Chronic Pain
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Have been going to pain clinic taking morphine for15 years. Doctor rejected me when I had a seizure and someone put a valium under my tongue. Need a new doctor close by. Florence al. ## I don't now how close they are to you, but there are several pain management specialists listed in that area. Here is some of the contact information, so you can check into them: John M Simon (205) 768-9191 205 Marengo St Florence, AL David L Boyer (256) 764-9697 216 Marengo St Florence, AL Timothy I Melson (256) 386-4196 1300 S Montgomery Ave Sheffield, AL James N Jeter (256) 386-4196 1300 S Montgomery Ave Sheffield, AL Center For Physical Medicine & Pain Management (334) 260-8225 Montgomery, AL Are there any other questions or comments? ## i am in need of a private dr office in north alabama re... ...
Updated 7 days ago in Morphine.
Sat, Oct 14 '17, 5:00 PM

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