Dr. Teleron picks drugheads over good...

Dr. Teleron picks drugheads over good Patients

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Very Humiliated By Dr

Prestonsburg, KY

#1 Apr 15, 2013
I hadn't been to the Wellness Center before ever until Last October, I nuropathy really bad some days i can't even walk on my feet and in February 2013 it went 26 days constantly being so miserable my feet so flared up looked like i had burned them on the bottom just no blisters and constant pains shooting through my toes like someone was sticking a needle into them i couldn't rest at all at night or during the day couldn't stand them laying against a sheet or nothing i was suffering..... along with back problems a few bad disk in my back along with a pinch nerve on top of that my back deteriating that i went for years saying oh well ill deal with it. Well it got to a point i couldn't just handle it anymore, had to have some comfort and be able to sleep, i was letting this disease take me down little by little so i decided to seek help from a Dr in spite of knowing what i knew about the Wellness Center.But to get to the point......On the 11th of April i had to go back in after a two week supply trying me out on Lyrica to see how it was working with my nuropathy because im allergic to Nuerotins can't take them, the day i went in i was in tears from all the lack of sleep from the pain couldn't even wear shoes there had house slippers on of course i was gonna look like crap from crying and no sleep on top of it and he puts me on Lyrica, then on the 11th of April i went back for just a follow up on how they were working which was great i had finally got relief and getting some sleep. Dr. Teleron tells me i was drunk the last time i came in (which was the day he put me on the lyrica)I kept telling him thats not true i don't even drink and hate it can't stand to even smell if, he kept arguing saying i was so i told his worker Bob (who is a great and wonderful caring person)to come in there where i was with the Dr i told him what he was accusing me of and said was i drunk? He said no she sure wasn't she was in alot of pain and couldn't even wear her shoes and had house shoes on STILL i was a big dog his workers word meant nothing. Then since he couldn't get that on me he accused me of having diazapam which is Valium in my system when they last drug tested me well that wasn't true i am on Xanax from my family Dr which both Valium and Xanax's show up on a drug screen as benzo's i even came home called both hospitals near me and talked to the lab they said this as well i explained what they accused me of and they said thats wrong and told me to also call my pharmacist they will tell me exactly the same. So i did and guess what? Was told the same so fortunately Dr. Teleron is ignorant to what is what when it comes to a drug test. But in my point of view on this they just wanted rid of me and chose to lie on me and humiliate me to do so to keep from coming out saying we are trying to get rid of some our patients YES patients who does really need the meds and are suffering but yet his nut for a PA Mark has treated me bad from since the first time i laid eyes on him hes a rude individual. But you know in all reality they only did me a favor i need to go somewhere where they know what they are doing and send me for test to see what nerves are bad. And yes i cussed them out because i don't like being accused of being drunk when im totally against it because i have been beaten a many of times because of it and i also don't believe in abusing drugs.Just had to let the public know. Thanks for listening ill just find me a Dr with common sense. But I do think the world of James aka Bob for being a honest worker down there and not treating you like dirt for all the lies thats told unlike Mark upholding a Dr that tells nothing but lies.
Very Humiliated By Dr

Prestonsburg, KY

#2 Apr 15, 2013
Oh and on another occassion i overheard another worker which is female say as i was going out to leave, shes a smarta__ well u get what you deserve if you act like your all big dogs than you get what u deserve by whats being said back its called simply " Freedom of Speech " and just because you work for a dog doesn't mean you should behave like him too when there is alot of crooked work going on there. Just know NOT all Patients are drugheads that come there which you all tend to keep even after finding them with tons of crap in their system thats not suppose to be there right Mark Mr. PA man?????? Before you all did me like dirt one of your patients wives told me alot about her husbands dealings with you all which i find alot being involved in some wrong doings and helping you all out down there and hes constantly seen there in and out like hes a employee when hes not. I only speak the truth. Thanks
Allen G

New York, NY

#3 Apr 15, 2013
What about your Dr. that gave you Xanax? Couldn't He/She gave you something or referred you to someone besides that pillmill?
A good Dr. wouldn't of sent you there in the first place.
For Nuropathy pain, you need a Endocrinologist.
Clueless

Logan, WV

#4 Apr 15, 2013
Well, why don't you find another Dr.?

“I never LQQK back, soooooooooo”

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#5 Apr 16, 2013
Allen G wrote:
What about your Dr. that gave you Xanax? Couldn't He/She gave you something or referred you to someone besides that pillmill?
A good Dr. wouldn't of sent you there in the first place.
For Nuropathy pain, you need a Endocrinologist.
For neuropathy, you need an Endocrinologist???

An Endocrinologist deals with diagnosis that come as a result of the hormone organs not working right. The hormone organs are the pancreas, the adrenal glands, the pituitary gland, etc... Diabetes, can cause diabetic neuropathy. But, if you control your diabetes, you can decrease your chances of developing neuropathy.

Once you have neuropathy(peripheral nerve damage), it's done. And a Neurologist is the specialist that works on nerve related disorders. A pain management doctor is usually used to control the pain. So, the OP was on the right track, it just seems she/he was referred to an uncaring doctor.
Oxyanna69

Anonymous Proxy

#6 Apr 16, 2013
Roxxanna29 wrote:
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For neuropathy, you need an Endocrinologist???
An Endocrinologist deals with diagnosis that come as a result of the hormone organs not working right. The hormone organs are the pancreas, the adrenal glands, the pituitary gland, etc... Diabetes, can cause diabetic neuropathy. But, if you control your diabetes, you can decrease your chances of developing neuropathy.
Once you have neuropathy(peripheral nerve damage), it's done. And a Neurologist is the specialist that works on nerve related disorders. A pain management doctor is usually used to control the pain. So, the OP was on the right track, it just seems she/he was referred to an uncaring doctor.
Endocrinology is a specialty of medicine; some would say a sub-specialty of internal medicine, which deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of all sorts. Endocrinology covers such human functions as the coordination of metabolism, sensory perception, movement and Nuropathy pain.

I see one for NUROPATHY PAIN! You fail again!!!!!!!!!!
Mike Sandoe

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Apr 16, 2013
Roxxanna29 wrote:
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For neuropathy, you need an Endocrinologist???
An Endocrinologist deals with diagnosis that come as a result of the hormone organs not working right. The hormone organs are the pancreas, the adrenal glands, the pituitary gland, etc... Diabetes, can cause diabetic neuropathy. But, if you control your diabetes, you can decrease your chances of developing neuropathy.
Once you have neuropathy(peripheral nerve damage), it's done. And a Neurologist is the specialist that works on nerve related disorders. A pain management doctor is usually used to control the pain. So, the OP was on the right track, it just seems she/he was referred to an uncaring doctor.
Email me ...:)
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Rick

Sevierville, TN

#8 Apr 16, 2013
Dr. Shaffer would write my dad 90 Feurocets, 120 soma, and 120 xanax a month. He died because of his addiction to pills. You dumbasses think it's all fun till your babies are mourning and staring at your dead body in the casket. Then this life will twist your children through it's harshness into cold people. Watch and see, keep eating them. Dad used to chew them up without water.
wvsky

Roanoke, VA

#9 Apr 16, 2013
Rick wrote:
Dr. Shaffer would write my dad 90 Feurocets, 120 soma, and 120 xanax a month. He died because of his addiction to pills. You dumbasses think it's all fun till your babies are mourning and staring at your dead body in the casket. Then this life will twist your children through it's harshness into cold people. Watch and see, keep eating them. Dad used to chew them up without water.
Good day to ya Rick, it's good to see you are having a better day. Sorry you had such a bad experience. How old were you when your father died?
Wondering

Logan, WV

#10 Apr 16, 2013
Rick wrote:
Dr. Shaffer would write my dad 90 Feurocets, 120 soma, and 120 xanax a month. He died because of his addiction to pills. You dumbasses think it's all fun till your babies are mourning and staring at your dead body in the casket. Then this life will twist your children through it's harshness into cold people. Watch and see, keep eating them. Dad used to chew them up without water.
You can't come off Xanax can you? I heard you couldn't any way. Maybe there are things these days to help. IDK!

“I never LQQK back, soooooooooo”

Since: Nov 12

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#11 Apr 16, 2013
Oxyanna69 wrote:
<quoted text>Endocrinology is a specialty of medicine; some would say a sub-specialty of internal medicine, which deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of all sorts. Endocrinology covers such human functions as the coordination of metabolism, sensory perception, movement and Nuropathy pain.
I see one for NUROPATHY PAIN! You fail again!!!!!!!!!!
Sorry sweat pea. I did case management for Endocrinology for 4 years and then married the Endocrine Resident. There's very little about it that I don't know... You just hate it that I'm a woman and smart. In fact, I think you hate women period...

You want some Oxy's? Jealous? I'm a cancer patient and can get all I want... I only have to pay $15 dollars/mo.
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Rick

Sevierville, TN

#13 Apr 16, 2013
Wondering wrote:
<quoted text>You can't come off Xanax can you? I heard you couldn't any way. Maybe there are things these days to help. IDK!
Well I had them change me to an extended release one so I wouldn't have to take so many lorazapam a day. I don't like to feel messed up. I know that pills kill your organs. But it's cool whatever your heard, I don't mind. It kinda makes me feel good to know people still remember me when they have forgotten so many.
Rick

Sevierville, TN

#14 Apr 16, 2013
wvsky wrote:
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Good day to ya Rick, it's good to see you are having a better day. Sorry you had such a bad experience. How old were you when your father died?
Young enough to mourn his passing, but old enough be happy for it.

“I never LQQK back, soooooooooo”

Since: Nov 12

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#15 Apr 17, 2013
Mike Sandoe wrote:
<quoted text>Email me ...:)
[email protected]
I have your goodies!
Derp, DE DERP DERP DERP! I'm in the BIG TIME, Mike Sand HOE! My money is endless

“I never LQQK back, soooooooooo”

Since: Nov 12

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#16 Apr 17, 2013
Wondering wrote:
<quoted text>You can't come off Xanax can you? I heard you couldn't any way. Maybe there are things these days to help. IDK!
You can come off Xanax. But, it's good to go inpatient for it. They used to give Librium, to avoid the potential for seizures. But, that was yrs ago, when I first did my rotation in Psych. Not sure the protocal now. Xanax can be as dangerous as coming off alcohol, if you do it cold turkey.

“I never LQQK back, soooooooooo”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#17 Apr 17, 2013
Rick wrote:
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Well I had them change me to an extended release one so I wouldn't have to take so many lorazapam a day. I don't like to feel messed up. I know that pills kill your organs. But it's cool whatever your heard, I don't mind. It kinda makes me feel good to know people still remember me when they have forgotten so many.
RICK! My homie, good 2 C U! Hope you are feeling okay these days. Miss fighting back to back with you against the trolls. Gonna have to stop by more often. Especially since I know it pisses LOGAN/Canada/Anonymous Proxy/Coward off so much! I love being the bane of his existence. He's so easy to provoke, because his issues are so close to the surface. First, he's gay. Second, he hates women (his mama beat him). Third, he's sukittrekbek on the oxy forum. He plugs Dilaudids and comes on Topix and makes fun of the truly medically ill patients. And, he's never had a reason to be on any type med in his life. He just uses them to get 'high.' It must suk 2 be him... hee hee

“I never LQQK back, soooooooooo”

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#18 Apr 17, 2013
Rick wrote:
Dr. Shaffer would write my dad 90 Feurocets, 120 soma, and 120 xanax a month. He died because of his addiction to pills. You dumbasses think it's all fun till your babies are mourning and staring at your dead body in the casket. Then this life will twist your children through it's harshness into cold people. Watch and see, keep eating them. Dad used to chew them up without water.
Nobody but Logan thinks it's funny Rick. Most Chronic Pain Patients I know, who are medically dependent -vs- drug addicted, would give anything to not have pain. You know how you can tell the difference? A medically dependent pt. won't go to any length to get pills. If they run out, they suffer. A dope head will lie, cheat, steal, etc... to get more. I think that some of the measures the DEA has taken were needed. The system they have in place everytime I check in for my appts., can show immediately if a patient is doctor shopping, based on your driver's license #. Used to be, they could only track it thru insurance... Did your dad see multiple doctors?? Because if he saw ONE doc only, he might have been dependent, but he wasn't willing to do anything to get more. That might help you feel a little better... Never judge a dad, till you've walked a mile in his boots. Have a blessed day brother
wvsky

Roanoke, VA

#19 Apr 17, 2013
Rick wrote:
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Young enough to mourn his passing, but old enough be happy for it.
Sorry Rick.
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Rick

Lund, Sweden

#21 Apr 19, 2013
sounds like he knows what he dealing with and trying to set a trap
Youknownot

Elkview, WV

#22 Apr 19, 2013
wvsky....where are you getting your information from? You seem to be slightly misinformed. You should know all the details before relaying your so called information.

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