BAUERLE Defends Deadly Pill Doctor
Mass Debate

Hamburg, NY

#23 Mar 21, 2011
Sandys Biotch wrote:
<quoted text>Interesting. Wasn't Bauerle going on and on about how Gosy is on the up and up?
More Bauerle BS.
I went to this doctor about 10 years ago in Amherst - If I recall correctly Dr. Gosy has an accent. Anyway, during my visit a nurse had me go into a room and they were going to pump me with needles full of something in my back, until i asked what the hell they were doing. I ended up demanding to speak with Gosy, who then said they thought i was a different patient, freakin morons. Needless to say never went back there. They have about 4 or 5 checkout desks as i recall, and i remember they turn patients around so fast i remembered thinking "they must make a mint". No wonder why he has so many people, they are all drug addicts coming back for a fix, sure is interesting Bauerle would defend such a guy.
Rush Limbaugh

Hollis Center, ME

#24 Mar 21, 2011
These doctors provide an valuable and needed service to many people!
Dr Feel Good

West Henrietta, NY

#25 Mar 22, 2011
I need to change my Doctor...... fast! THis guy sounds like a dream come true!
Reality check

United States

#26 Mar 22, 2011
Liberals are hypocrites. Their favorite Hollwood stars abuse drugs and so does their zit faced college kids that they send to be indoctrinated in socialism by their liberal professors.
Hurt people need help and so do sick military vets hurt in the war.
Who Cares

West Henrietta, NY

#29 Sep 16, 2011
What is the reason people are so interested in this guy? Why the hatred?
mels

Buffalo, NY

#30 Oct 23, 2013
chronic pain wrote:
i do not agree that addiction is a common problem with people who take narcotics for chronic pain.maybe it is not the best solution,but it is the only drug that works consistenly on chronic pain,and antidepressants(most people can not tolerate them because of all the negative side effects or allergic reaction to them)i am pro-narcotics for chronic pain.studies have shown that less than 2 percent of people who take opiates for chronic pain ever become addicted.ther is a bid difference in addiction and dependence.yes i take opiates for chronic pain,but i am not a addict ,i do not have a addictive behavior,i do not crave a opiate,nor do i take more than prescribe or more than needed for the pain itself.i do not get a high from them.i am fed up with all the media bashing of narcotic pain meds, just because so many people choose to abuse them,especially in the circle of celebrities.we never hear of people who take narcotics safley and efficiently for years to control pain adeqeately.we only hear the negative side of the drugs.this is why many phycians would rather let someone suffer chronic pain rather than prescribe narcotic drug.i am offended by the bad reputation of people who take meds for real pain and take them legally and as prescribed in order to have some quality of life.and not living off of social secruity.or better yet stop making the drugs and the problem with abusers will go away.and put the sick to death.put us out of our misery.i would rather die.ps if you dont like bauerle dont listen to his show.
i agree with this person they do know what theyre talking about, this doctor cafefully monitors each patient closley, every pill, he also is not afraid to reduce meds or withdrawl them too. i know of 1 family that sued simply out of greed the patient was stealing others narcartics, as well as running to thers and buying them online. that wasnt his fault. get with it!!

Since: Aug 10

Buffalo, NY

#31 Oct 23, 2013
He desperately wants to be like Limbaugh
mels

Buffalo, NY

#32 Oct 23, 2013
yes this doctor is extremly careful about whom he perscribes what to and where every pill goes, he is the accused and the abused, whoms really doing the abusing here?
Bernard Continelli

New York, NY

#33 Oct 23, 2013
chronic pain wrote:
i do not agree that addiction is a common problem with people who take narcotics for chronic pain.maybe it is not the best solution,but it is the only drug that works consistenly on chronic pain,and antidepressants(most people can not tolerate them because of all the negative side effects or allergic reaction to them)i am pro-narcotics for chronic pain.studies have shown that less than 2 percent of people who take opiates for chronic pain ever become addicted.ther is a bid difference in addiction and dependence.yes i take opiates for chronic pain,but i am not a addict ,i do not have a addictive behavior,i do not crave a opiate,nor do i take more than prescribe or more than needed for the pain itself.i do not get a high from them.i am fed up with all the media bashing of narcotic pain meds, just because so many people choose to abuse them,especially in the circle of celebrities.we never hear of people who take narcotics safley and efficiently for years to control pain adeqeately.we only hear the negative side of the drugs.this is why many phycians would rather let someone suffer chronic pain rather than prescribe narcotic drug.i am offended by the bad reputation of people who take meds for real pain and take them legally and as prescribed in order to have some quality of life.and not living off of social secruity.or better yet stop making the drugs and the problem with abusers will go away.and put the sick to death.put us out of our misery.i would rather die.ps if you dont like bauerle dont listen to his show.
Hear Hear! I'm facing painful chemo and radiation treatments soon for Michael Douglas' cancer and every time I bring up the topic of "adequate pain drugs" the doctors wince as if I'm a closet junkie just waiting to happen.

I've had access to illicit hard drugs for years but only used alcohol and marijuana on a regular basis. Try to tell them you're like Larry Flynt and will only use them as long as the pain lasts and they just don't believe you. We've been brainwashed to believe that all major painkillers are hopelessly addicting, but in reality a drug is only as addicting as it is personally appealing.
Seriously

Lancaster, NY

#34 Oct 23, 2013
Bernard Continelli wrote:
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Hear Hear! I'm facing painful chemo and radiation treatments soon for Michael Douglas' cancer and every time I bring up the topic of "adequate pain drugs" the doctors wince as if I'm a closet junkie just waiting to happen.
I've had access to illicit hard drugs for years but only used alcohol and marijuana on a regular basis. Try to tell them you're like Larry Flynt and will only use them as long as the pain lasts and they just don't believe you. We've been brainwashed to believe that all major painkillers are hopelessly addicting, but in reality a drug is only as addicting as it is personally appealing.
That does not ring true. I have been with a loved one through intensive chemo followed by radiation. At no time did any of the providers at Roswell ever flinch about pain management. In fact, every time he was assessed prior to any treatment, chemo, lab check, etc sometimes 7 days a week, one of the first questions asked was "what is your pain on a scale of 1 to 10?" If anything, they were quick to provide prescriptions for 5 day outpatient pain meds " just in case".
Seriously

Lancaster, NY

#35 Oct 23, 2013
And for those who have not experienced a loved one on pain meds, a side effect that is never discussed is incredible constipation with oxycodone. How is THAT addicting??
You have all sorts of extra medication to take to combat that.
Just saying...but I digress....
Bernard Continelli

New York, NY

#36 Oct 24, 2013
Seriously wrote:
<quoted text>
That does not ring true. I have been with a loved one through intensive chemo followed by radiation. At no time did any of the providers at Roswell ever flinch about pain management. In fact, every time he was assessed prior to any treatment, chemo, lab check, etc sometimes 7 days a week, one of the first questions asked was "what is your pain on a scale of 1 to 10?" If anything, they were quick to provide prescriptions for 5 day outpatient pain meds " just in case".
Well, that's the more liberal Buffalo mindset. Here in the Albany, NY area Nancy Reagan and Sgt. Joe Friday are revered as SAINTS!
JAW

Buffalo, NY

#38 Sep 9, 2014
All I can tell you is that I arrived to Dr. Gosy's office in a wheelchair, after being seen by 5 professionals that would not take me seriously because of my young age and appearance. I was diagnosed with a form of Mitochondrial Disease caused Peripheral Neuropathy, one that was so painful, in the ER, I nearly pounded my head into the wall to knock myself unconscious to deal with the pain. No one else wanted to address my pain, besides Dr. Gosy. Sure I was in my 30's, but with Mitochondrial Disease, an invisible disease, you can't tell that I'm sick unless you know me, live with me, etc. So no one would touch my pain and I almost met the end, but being carried into Dr. Gosy's office I can hardly remember the appointment except for him to be very nice and good bedside manner. He helped me. Two months later I could walk myself in and I could drive locally again too, something I had not been able to do in seven years. Say what you want, but he is an angel.
mommabeans

Buffalo, NY

#39 Sep 9, 2014
Tom Bauerle is a blowhard, ignorant, narcissistic knucklehead who wants nothing more than to fill your brains with the BS he makes up and declares to be factual history, or that he parrots from the Limbaugh show! More than 90 percent of what comes out of his mouth is pure BULLSH-----. I do not understand why this idiot is still on the air!
Who Me

Buffalo, NY

#40 Sep 10, 2014
Tom is my Hero he is one that speaks truly truth
A real dilemma

Niagara Falls, NY

#41 Sep 10, 2014
Who Me wrote:
Tom is my Hero he is one that speaks truly truth
Tr a wonderful man!

Have a nice day!
oh ohhhhh

Buffalo, NY

#42 Jan 14, 2015
Tom rocks it
Cpnhgncwgrl

Buffalo, NY

#43 Oct 10, 2015
I don't know anything about Bauerle but I do know Dr Gosy and been seeing him for years. He is strict with your meds. You get surprise drug tests and surprise pill counting all the time. He was cleared in two cases and one case was dropped. I can not attest to how he ran things prior to 2009 but I know after 2009 he has been nothing but up and up when I am in there. I have been seeing pain doctors since June of 2003 when I was in a car accident that came 1mm away from severing my spine at L-5, S-1. Gosy is the most strict Dr I have had and I am on the lowest amount of pain meds that I have been on since the accident. I have had 3 back surgeries so far and looking at another one and am glad that I am under his care. But like I said I can't say how things were prior to 2009 but from then on he has been a great doctor and I am glad he is my doctor. I had one pain Dr in Florida that patients were smoking pot in his restrooms and doing other drugs in his waiting room so I am glad Dr Gosy is as strict as he is and feel safe under his care.
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#44 Oct 24, 2015
Rush Limbaugh wrote:
These doctors provide an valuable and needed service to many people!
Yeah good at photography...
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http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/victims-speak-o...
pailrider

Nottingham, UK

#45 Nov 23, 2015
pailrider wrote:
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Yeah good at photography...
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http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/victims-speak-o...
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http://montrealgazette.com/opinion/letters/le...

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