interventional pain specialists

interventional pain specialists

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pain

Bowling Green, KY

#1 Mar 7, 2013
Does anyone know anything about interventional pain specialists? Im looking for a dr.
wondering

Bowling Green, KY

#2 Mar 7, 2013
Ive heard of them but not sure what they do.
Get Real

New Albany, IN

#3 Mar 7, 2013
pain wrote:
Does anyone know anything about interventional pain specialists? Im looking for a dr.
They'll get you addicted to painkillers then get you in their very own Suboxone clinic to fix it - one stop shopping for opiate addiction!
worked for me

New Albany, IN

#4 Mar 7, 2013
i didnt go to the side that does the pills. i went across the hall and the shots in my back. help alot.
patient

Glasgow, KY

#5 Mar 7, 2013
Family doctors are getting scared to keep prescribing pain medication. My doctor is decreasing my pain meds and in return I am hurting worse. I don't know if a pain specialist is where to go or what to do??

Any recommendations to a place in Warren or Barren County? Actual good and understanding physicians!
ips

Bowling Green, KY

#6 Mar 7, 2013
I go there. They do extensive test 2 c ur pain & ur feelns. I really liked rvrry1 ive cn there. Helpful & understandn on my back pain.
hmm

Floyds Knobs, IN

#7 Mar 8, 2013
What's it like? Do you recommend them?
Spike

Bowling Green, KY

#8 Mar 8, 2013
Try acupuncture. It worked for the pain in my eye.
awesome

Dunmor, KY

#9 Mar 10, 2013
I been going to interventional for 4 months now.they are sweet,fast,and know what they are doing.the last pain doctor I went to for a year,i waited 3 to 4 hours every trip.at interventional I don't wait more than 30 mins.yes I would recommend them.hope this helps you with some info.....
patient

Glasgow, KY

#11 Mar 10, 2013
I am going to call tomorrow and hope I can get in. I hope I don't have to go through a ton of tests again. This is financially draining.
pain management

Canton, OH

#12 Mar 10, 2013
patient wrote:
I am going to call tomorrow and hope I can get in. I hope I don't have to go through a ton of tests again. This is financially draining.
You have to have a referral from a doctor to go to a pain clinic. If you don't have recent MRI's and stuff you'll have to have them done. Or whatever testing you need to get a diagnosis. They're not going to prescribe medication without a valid and confirmed diagnosis.
pain management

Canton, OH

#13 Mar 10, 2013
patient wrote:
Family doctors are getting scared to keep prescribing pain medication. My doctor is decreasing my pain meds and in return I am hurting worse. I don't know if a pain specialist is where to go or what to do??
Any recommendations to a place in Warren or Barren County? Actual good and understanding physicians!
Who do you currently see?
angry patient

Alliance, OH

#14 May 21, 2013
My impression was they are horrible people, the staff are rude and could care less about you. The secretaries sneer at people behind their back. Expect to pay about five hundred dollars to talk to someone for a few minutes.
GEEZ

New Albany, IN

#15 May 21, 2013
angry patient wrote:
My impression was they are horrible people, the staff are rude and could care less about you. The secretaries sneer at people behind their back. Expect to pay about five hundred dollars to talk to someone for a few minutes.
So how many missing teeth do you tell this story thru?
angry patient

Alliance, OH

#16 May 30, 2013
GEEZ wrote:
<quoted text>So how many missing teeth do you tell this story thru?
Ask your mom, she knows.
Been to both places

North Ridgeville, OH

#17 May 30, 2013
GEEZ wrote:
<quoted text>So how many missing teeth do you tell this story thru?
There are 2 divisions at Interventional pain management. One gives the injections and the
other is the Medical management division where they treat the pain with medications and they are wonderful to work with.
patient

Glasgow, KY

#18 Jun 11, 2013
I don't mean to sound like I am only concerned about medications. The truth is medications are a part of my daily life. My current physician has informed me his office can no longer manage chronic pain and write scripts for pain meds so I have to decide between here or Glasgows TJ Pavillion. Do drs at pain clinics have these same problems as the family drs?

If you are a current patient here, do you feel like they are understanding of your pain control? Also, staying up to date on new ways out there to make you better?
docs

Alliance, OH

#19 Jun 11, 2013
patient wrote:
I don't mean to sound like I am only concerned about medications. The truth is medications are a part of my daily life. My current physician has informed me his office can no longer manage chronic pain and write scripts for pain meds so I have to decide between here or Glasgows TJ Pavillion. Do drs at pain clinics have these same problems as the family drs?

If you are a current patient here, do you feel like they are understanding of your pain control? Also, staying up to date on new ways out there to make you better?
Who is the doc not wanting to do the meds anymore. Dud he give you a reason.
patient

Glasgow, KY

#20 Jun 11, 2013
Primary Care Associates in Glasgow. He said it is due to new Ky laws. He told me ofcourse he could write something if someone came in with some kind of emergency. Broken leg,etc.... but no longer writing for monthly meds. This includes Lyrica & Lortabs.

I don't mind going to pain specialist I guess. I just don't want to hear another dr tell me he is controlled by laws on how to treat me. Feels like this is wrong. Understand why though,but must be another way
docs

Alliance, OH

#21 Jun 11, 2013
patient wrote:
Primary Care Associates in Glasgow. He said it is due to new Ky laws. He told me ofcourse he could write something if someone came in with some kind of emergency. Broken leg,etc.... but no longer writing for monthly meds. This includes Lyrica & Lortabs.

I don't mind going to pain specialist I guess. I just don't want to hear another dr tell me he is controlled by laws on how to treat me. Feels like this is wrong. Understand why though,but must be another way
The new laws do not prevent them from writing it buts its alot of work and most primary care docs won't do it anymore.

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