Don't move to Dekalb county Fort Payn...

Don't move to Dekalb county Fort Payne if you have pain

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Anonymous

United States

#1 May 9, 2012
There are no good educated doctors in Fort Payne that are knowledgable for treating chronic pain. This very sad because I
know there is a need for a pain mangement doctors. I know someone must have cancer, RA, atuo-immune diseases, back and neck problems that can't be fixed by surgery or other invasive techniques. It's really sad that most people don't understand anything about chronic pain. If there are doctors that to treat pain there. I would be interested in knowing who and where. I own a home that is all paid off and with the economy so bad with no jobs available. It's a shame legitimate pain patients live where they choose.
Have a good day.

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