Program likely will pay for some spinal injections
Patients who receive spinal injections for chronic pain and get their medical bills paid by the state have until May 10 to comment on a decision that would stop coverage for the treatments under some circumstances.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Tri-cityherald.com.
#1 May 3, 2011
don't stop paying for spine injections. injections work and keeps me off the pain pills which did not work. i use to wish i had just one day without pain. injections have given me that wish. i was on narc. for 20 yrs. with no relief. injections have worked and they are not an everyday use like narc. was.
#2 May 3, 2011
i am now on no pain pills and feel like there maybe hope to return to the working force due to injections
#3 May 4, 2011
I have no idea to whom I should talk, but I am just now facing the issue of spinal injections for pain caused by cyst on spinal column. Believe me, I am in favor of just about anything right now to relieve the pain I am experiencing! I cannot walk; I cannot even sit comfortably. Sometimes, I can find a comfortable spot in which I can sleep, and sometimes I cannot. I wander over the house, trying the bed, one sofa, and then another sofa. And it still just throbs! I just hope and pray for a spinal injection!
Add your comments below
|Eat All About It: Chuck E. Cheesea s making tra...||Wed||Robsmomm||1|
|Kennewick strip club owners want to sell liquor...||Dec 10||Pasco Isalost||1|
|Cops license to commit murder on our citizens (Mar '15)||Dec 4||policePigs||14|
|4 Gypsy Jokers club members arrested in Kennewi... (Apr '08)||Nov 23||Pendleton John||85|
|Field of Love (Jan '13)||Aug '17||Ross Fox||3|
|Drone view of Bateman Island brush fire||Jul '17||a misleading troll||2|
Find what you want!
Search Richland Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC