pain clinic in vonore
big T

United States

#145 May 4, 2011
Pain Sufferer wrote:
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I don't quote prices because I'm not promoting my clinic on here. And you're baiting me. Sorry, not biting.
you tell them pain sufferer im so mad i cant anymore!!!!!!!!
Pain Sufferer

Vonore, TN

#146 May 4, 2011
big T wrote:
<quoted text>you tell them pain sufferer im so mad i cant anymore!!!!!!!!
Don't let them get your blood pressure up Big T. They are sub-human entities that have no compassion for others. In fact as far as I can tell they have no feelings whatsoever. That would be a very sad existence. Have a good day my friend. I'm about to hop a plane to Florida to see family.
big T

United States

#147 May 4, 2011
Pain Sufferer wrote:
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Don't let them get your blood pressure up Big T. They are sub-human entities that have no compassion for others. In fact as far as I can tell they have no feelings whatsoever. That would be a very sad existence. Have a good day my friend. I'm about to hop a plane to Florida to see family.
i hope you have a good visit,and lord i know you will miss so much sleep over the coward from cleveland...lol....maybe we can do a song...like kenny rogers did...he was the coward form cleveland...yee!!hawww!!!have a good one my friend...he hangs on to every posting on here,shame to have a life like that...hes like please say something else so i comment on it please...maybe he suffers from a small manhood..lol...watch him slobber over this one..idiot...
FunnyBunny

Maryville, TN

#148 May 4, 2011
No compassion for others? What about the 20% of high school children who are hooked on prescriptions pain medication? Or the 40,000 people who accidental overdosed on prescription medicine last year? Do you all know that since 2006 there have been more deaths caused by opioid than heroin, cocaine and meth COMBINED!

Oh there is compassion here but no for shady clinics who give serious medication to people who do not have legitimate needs. Yes there are people out there who need medication but those people are with legitimate doctors in legitimate clinics. Not going to a pill mill like Vonore Pain. You don't have to "bite" I can go ahead and answer you how your patients are paying for there $1200 a month visits and medication. They are selling their pills. At Sequoyah, Tellico Plains and Sweetwater high school. Nice job pill mill!! Can't wait to see you get locked up with the rest of the shady doctors.
big T

Walland, TN

#149 May 4, 2011
FunnyBunny wrote:
No compassion for others? What about the 20% of high school children who are hooked on prescriptions pain medication? Or the 40,000 people who accidental overdosed on prescription medicine last year? Do you all know that since 2006 there have been more deaths caused by opioid than heroin, cocaine and meth COMBINED!
Oh there is compassion here but no for shady clinics who give serious medication to people who do not have legitimate needs. Yes there are people out there who need medication but those people are with legitimate doctors in legitimate clinics. Not going to a pill mill like Vonore Pain. You don't have to "bite" I can go ahead and answer you how your patients are paying for there $1200 a month visits and medication. They are selling their pills. At Sequoyah, Tellico Plains and Sweetwater high school. Nice job pill mill!! Can't wait to see you get locked up with the rest of the shady doctors.
another critic,theres no one shoves the pills down there throat,if it were'nt the clincs do you think they'd find there fix somewhere else..of course they would,how can you judge this clinic that you know nothing about, or is it the "well its a pain management clinic so its automatically bad",does that also work if everybodys ugly well then your ugly too.people like you will find something to talk about bad no matter what the case may be,your just unhappy with your own life so you think everybody should be unhappy along with you..it is a specialty practice just like cancer doctors..i know im wasting my time trying to show you any other point of view on this so,screw it your entitled to your own opinion..
FunnyBunny

Knoxville, TN

#150 May 4, 2011
No there is no one "shoving pills down their throats" but obviously what you don't understand is how easy clinics like Vonore Pain have made access to drugs. Do you know where you can go to buy heroine or cocaine? Probably not. But can you find someone to get pills from in Monroe Co? Daily. Ask some one at Sloans.

I understand the concept of pain management and the necessity of it, I think you'd be surprised if you really knew about it. It's almost humorous that you compare Vonore pain to a cancer doctor, what cancer doctor do you know that is cash only, that does not take any form of insurance? There are not any. They all take insurance. They all have paper trails and real doctors that monitor what medications are given and if patients actually have legitimate records and needs. I'm sorry but a "mild bulging disc" does not need 180 Roxycodone a month. Take a damn Ibuprofen before bed and suck it up like the rest of the world.

This problem is more predominate in the south and is slowly being squashed out. Over 300 clinics in Florida shut down just in 2011 so far!! Lets just hope the DEA can shut down clinics like this before this problem gets more out of hand. It took eight months to shut down Breakthrough, so lets give this clinic another three months to rake in and stash all the cash they can. You can move counties but that doesn't mean the DEA doesn't have it's eye on you!!

Big T I just hope your not a patient still when this clinic gets raided and shut down by the DEA just like the last clinic. My advice to you, try somewhere legitimate next time.
Pain Sufferer

Destin, FL

#151 May 5, 2011
FunnyBunny wrote:
No there is no one "shoving pills down their throats" but obviously what you don't understand is how easy clinics like Vonore Pain have made access to drugs. Do you know where you can go to buy heroine or cocaine? Probably not. But can you find someone to get pills from in Monroe Co? Daily. Ask some one at Sloans.
I understand the concept of pain management and the necessity of it, I think you'd be surprised if you really knew about it. It's almost humorous that you compare Vonore pain to a cancer doctor, what cancer doctor do you know that is cash only, that does not take any form of insurance? There are not any. They all take insurance. They all have paper trails and real doctors that monitor what medications are given and if patients actually have legitimate records and needs. I'm sorry but a "mild bulging disc" does not need 180 Roxycodone a month. Take a damn Ibuprofen before bed and suck it up like the rest of the world.
This problem is more predominate in the south and is slowly being squashed out. Over 300 clinics in Florida shut down just in 2011 so far!! Lets just hope the DEA can shut down clinics like this before this problem gets more out of hand. It took eight months to shut down Breakthrough, so lets give this clinic another three months to rake in and stash all the cash they can. You can move counties but that doesn't mean the DEA doesn't have it's eye on you!!
Big T I just hope your not a patient still when this clinic gets raided and shut down by the DEA just like the last clinic. My advice to you, try somewhere legitimate next time.
A mild bulging disc may or may not be treated with pain management. It depends on the person, since pain is SUBJECTIVE, and it depends on whether there are other issues going on with the person. Normally a mild protrusion would not be treated but again, it depends on the PERSON and they don't get in without their DOCTOR's referral. So who do you think you are saying they don't need it when their doctor says they do. And before you say it, save your breath. I'm sure will be some ignorant retort. You know nothing about my place other than you are trying to slander it. Do you know how long it takes to set up insurance?? Do you know what kind of hoops you have to jump through to get insurance started up?? When Medicare finishes processing the paperwork then we will be taking insurance but I'm not going to defend my place to you. There will always be people like you that say crap.
As far as OD's, people will get what they want and do what they want and nothing nor noone will stop them. I monitor my patients as close as possible. Now, if you know of someone that is not doing what they are supposed to don't you think it is your duty to call the clinic and report them? You can do it anonymously you know. Or would you rather just spout your mouth off on here?? Put your money where your mouth is and REPORT them and believe me it will be checked.
Pain Sufferer

Destin, FL

#152 May 5, 2011
FunnyBunny wrote:
No there is no one "shoving pills down their throats" but obviously what you don't understand is how easy clinics like Vonore Pain have made access to drugs. Do you know where you can go to buy heroine or cocaine? Probably not. But can you find someone to get pills from in Monroe Co? Daily. Ask some one at Sloans.
I understand the concept of pain management and the necessity of it, I think you'd be surprised if you really knew about it. It's almost humorous that you compare Vonore pain to a cancer doctor, what cancer doctor do you know that is cash only, that does not take any form of insurance? There are not any. They all take insurance. They all have paper trails and real doctors that monitor what medications are given and if patients actually have legitimate records and needs. I'm sorry but a "mild bulging disc" does not need 180 Roxycodone a month. Take a damn Ibuprofen before bed and suck it up like the rest of the world.
This problem is more predominate in the south and is slowly being squashed out. Over 300 clinics in Florida shut down just in 2011 so far!! Lets just hope the DEA can shut down clinics like this before this problem gets more out of hand. It took eight months to shut down Breakthrough, so lets give this clinic another three months to rake in and stash all the cash they can. You can move counties but that doesn't mean the DEA doesn't have it's eye on you!!
Big T I just hope your not a patient still when this clinic gets raided and shut down by the DEA just like the last clinic. My advice to you, try somewhere legitimate next time.
Oh and no money is being "stashed." My accountant is keeping track of it ALL. Every last CENT. Not everyone is crooked but then I really don't care what you think. The DEA can check it out...it's all legit.
big T

Walland, TN

#153 May 5, 2011
Pain Sufferer wrote:
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Oh and no money is being "stashed." My accountant is keeping track of it ALL. Every last CENT. Not everyone is crooked but then I really don't care what you think. The DEA can check it out...it's all legit.
you tell them girl...again im so mad i cant.....
big T

Walland, TN

#154 May 5, 2011
FunnyBunny wrote:
No there is no one "shoving pills down their throats" but obviously what you don't understand is how easy clinics like Vonore Pain have made access to drugs. Do you know where you can go to buy heroine or cocaine? Probably not. But can you find someone to get pills from in Monroe Co? Daily. Ask some one at Sloans.
I understand the concept of pain management and the necessity of it, I think you'd be surprised if you really knew about it. It's almost humorous that you compare Vonore pain to a cancer doctor, what cancer doctor do you know that is cash only, that does not take any form of insurance? There are not any. They all take insurance. They all have paper trails and real doctors that monitor what medications are given and if patients actually have legitimate records and needs. I'm sorry but a "mild bulging disc" does not need 180 Roxycodone a month. Take a damn Ibuprofen before bed and suck it up like the rest of the world.
This problem is more predominate in the south and is slowly being squashed out. Over 300 clinics in Florida shut down just in 2011 so far!! Lets just hope the DEA can shut down clinics like this before this problem gets more out of hand. It took eight months to shut down Breakthrough, so lets give this clinic another three months to rake in and stash all the cash they can. You can move counties but that doesn't mean the DEA doesn't have it's eye on you!!
Big T I just hope your not a patient still when this clinic gets raided and shut down by the DEA just like the last clinic. My advice to you, try somewhere legitimate next time.
again you should do your home work,ive never been to any clinic that was shut down.and im not in pain management now,so what are you talking about..good lord get the facts man..and do you honestly think that pain sufferer is not equipped to handle a legit pain management facility,shes seen it all,its you that are off on your so called facts..she is running a facility that goes by the books,look get your story straight again.and she is doing something that is a must for people who suffer,one of these days you will see my friend and change your tune as well,by then i hope there isnt anybody that will help you...get it right man...before you come on here spewing out un truths,but thats what your all about it shows in your comments as well...your a nothing and thats all you ever will be,and probably all you have ever been..
Pain Sufferer

Destin, FL

#155 May 5, 2011
FunnyBunny wrote:
No there is no one "shoving pills down their throats" but obviously what you don't understand is how easy clinics like Vonore Pain have made access to drugs. Do you know where you can go to buy heroine or cocaine? Probably not. But can you find someone to get pills from in Monroe Co? Daily. Ask some one at Sloans.
I understand the concept of pain management and the necessity of it, I think you'd be surprised if you really knew about it. It's almost humorous that you compare Vonore pain to a cancer doctor, what cancer doctor do you know that is cash only, that does not take any form of insurance? There are not any. They all take insurance. They all have paper trails and real doctors that monitor what medications are given and if patients actually have legitimate records and needs. I'm sorry but a "mild bulging disc" does not need 180 Roxycodone a month. Take a damn Ibuprofen before bed and suck it up like the rest of the world.
This problem is more predominate in the south and is slowly being squashed out. Over 300 clinics in Florida shut down just in 2011 so far!! Lets just hope the DEA can shut down clinics like this before this problem gets more out of hand. It took eight months to shut down Breakthrough, so lets give this clinic another three months to rake in and stash all the cash they can. You can move counties but that doesn't mean the DEA doesn't have it's eye on you!!
Big T I just hope your not a patient still when this clinic gets raided and shut down by the DEA just like the last clinic. My advice to you, try somewhere legitimate next time.
Oh and I never worked at Breakthrough. They were a sham from the beginning. As far as the place that I worked at last, it was a good place when I worked there. Unfortunately the practitioner that got them into trouble was letting anyone and everyone into that place without thouroughly checking them. That's not how it should be done. The clinics in Florida were there just for the money. They didn't give a d@mn about the patients. They needed to go. But to judge ever other place because of the bad ones is wrong. You sound like an angry ex patient.
FunnyBunny

Maryville, TN

#156 May 5, 2011
Once again, I not saying anything bad about pain clinics. Just shady pill mills who collect cash and throw out hundreds of pills a month to a person who sells them at the high school my children go to.

Specifically to you Pain Sufferer, I have turned people into your so called "legitimate establishment" what you do after that, I'm not sure but it's obviously nothing. What I am sure of is they are still going there and are still selling pills. Your so called "pill counts" are ridiculous. Anyone with half a brain could get by one of those. Your drug dealing patients brag on the street about how they wait until the end of the week to sell their pills on Saturday, then they can sell a weeks worth at a time. "Just in case they get called in" Then they can pass their drugs tests by taking two pills a day. And they still get to be high! Win-win for your drug dealing patients!!

And yes Big T, I do honestly think that "Pain Sufferer" is not equipped to handle a legit pain management facility. That's why the last clinic she ran was raided and shut down by the DEA. The only thing that saved her from the jail time and federal charges that her peers face is playing dumb. As for her quip on taking insurance, I do know how long the credentialing process takes and I realize the paper work and money that go into it. However you do not have to wait on Medicare to start any process with private insurance companies such as BCBS or United. The waiting time on private companies is less than 60 days. How long has this clinic been open?

The bottom line is Vonore Pain is committing TennCare/ Medicaid fraud. They are a cash only pill mill. Their patients are drug dealers.

So, Big T, I guess I'm just "a nothing" but at least I'm a well informed nothing who knows the law. Home work done.. Maybe the people at this clinic do not. OR maybe they do know the law and just don't care. Since their previous clinic was raided and shut down which do you think it is?? I would think if I ran a clinic that was raided and shut down the next clinic I opened would be the most legitimate thing around. But hey, that's just me :)
big T

Walland, TN

#157 May 5, 2011
FunnyBunny wrote:
Once again, I not saying anything bad about pain clinics. Just shady pill mills who collect cash and throw out hundreds of pills a month to a person who sells them at the high school my children go to.
Specifically to you Pain Sufferer, I have turned people into your so called "legitimate establishment" what you do after that, I'm not sure but it's obviously nothing. What I am sure of is they are still going there and are still selling pills. Your so called "pill counts" are ridiculous. Anyone with half a brain could get by one of those. Your drug dealing patients brag on the street about how they wait until the end of the week to sell their pills on Saturday, then they can sell a weeks worth at a time. "Just in case they get called in" Then they can pass their drugs tests by taking two pills a day. And they still get to be high! Win-win for your drug dealing patients!!
And yes Big T, I do honestly think that "Pain Sufferer" is not equipped to handle a legit pain management facility. That's why the last clinic she ran was raided and shut down by the DEA. The only thing that saved her from the jail time and federal charges that her peers face is playing dumb. As for her quip on taking insurance, I do know how long the credentialing process takes and I realize the paper work and money that go into it. However you do not have to wait on Medicare to start any process with private insurance companies such as BCBS or United. The waiting time on private companies is less than 60 days. How long has this clinic been open?
The bottom line is Vonore Pain is committing TennCare/ Medicaid fraud. They are a cash only pill mill. Their patients are drug dealers.
So, Big T, I guess I'm just "a nothing" but at least I'm a well informed nothing who knows the law. Home work done.. Maybe the people at this clinic do not. OR maybe they do know the law and just don't care. Since their previous clinic was raided and shut down which do you think it is?? I would think if I ran a clinic that was raided and shut down the next clinic I opened would be the most legitimate thing around. But hey, that's just me :)
and as i was saying you clearly have a personal issue with ps,dont know what and dont really care but you should not get on here and slander her just because you have a personal issue with her,maybe you are a angry patient who was kicked out of her clinic,and i dont know what kind of people you hang around to get this information but they sound a little shady to me...just saying...i would imagine the information you have on selling pills and how to get around the rules comes from your own personal experience...JUST SAYIN.....
Pain Sufferer

Destin, FL

#158 May 6, 2011
FunnyBunny wrote:
Specifically to you Pain Sufferer, I have turned people into your so called "legitimate establishment" what you do after that, I'm not sure but it's obviously nothing. What I am sure of is they are still going there and are still selling pills. Your so called "pill counts" are ridiculous. Anyone with half a brain could get by one of those. Your drug dealing patients brag on the street about how they wait until the end of the week to sell their pills on Saturday, then they can sell a weeks worth at a time. "Just in case they get called in" Then they can pass their drugs tests by taking two pills a day. And they still get to be high! Win-win for your drug dealing patients!!
And yes Big T, I do honestly think that "Pain Sufferer" is not equipped to handle a legit pain management facility. That's why the last clinic she ran was raided and shut down by the DEA. The only thing that saved her from the jail time and federal charges that her peers face is playing dumb. As for her quip on taking insurance, I do know how long the credentialing process takes and I realize the paper work and money that go into it. However you do not have to wait on Medicare to start any process with private insurance companies such as BCBS or United. The waiting time on private companies is less than 60 days. How long has this clinic been open?
The bottom line is Vonore Pain is committing TennCare/ Medicaid fraud. They are a cash only pill mill. Their patients are drug dealers.
So, Big T, I guess I'm just "a nothing" but at least I'm a well informed nothing who knows the law. Home work done.. Maybe the people at this clinic do not. OR maybe they do know the law and just don't care. Since their previous clinic was raided and shut down which do you think it is?? I would think if I ran a clinic that was raided and shut down the next clinic I opened would be the most legitimate thing around. But hey, that's just me :)
Bottom line is, there is only so much we CAN do to try to catch the ones the people call in on. If they can beat the system we have in place right now then we will have to think of something else to do to try to catch the ones that are selling. To Be completely honest there really is only so much we can so to try to catch the ones that are selling. Pill counts and drug screens right now are the best way to catch MOST people but there will always be some that can still beat the system. It pi**es me off to no end but if you have any other ideas on what we could do then please, enlighten me, because we would do it if we knew it might catch a few of those. We are doing more than most places and we still can't catch everyone. Yes, it does suck.
Private insurance...already started that process and they are the same way as far as how long it takes. And the other thing is we are in a rural county where most people either don't have insurance or they have Tncare or Medicare so those were the ones we started with FIRST. I am doing ALL of the paperwork for it so I know what is going on with everything. Unfortunately we are not going to be able to take ALL insurances. It's just not feasible. And before you say it not every medical clinic takes all insurances. EACH insurance has a separate long application that has to be done.
Pain Sufferer

Destin, FL

#159 May 6, 2011
FunnyBunny wrote:
Once again, I not saying anything bad about pain clinics. Just shady pill mills who collect cash and throw out hundreds of pills a month to a person who sells them at the high school my children go to.
Specifically to you Pain Sufferer, I have turned people into your so called "legitimate establishment" what you do after that, I'm not sure but it's obviously nothing. What I am sure of is they are still going there and are still selling pills. Your so called "pill counts" are ridiculous. Anyone with half a brain could get by one of those. Your drug dealing patients brag on the street about how they wait until the end of the week to sell their pills on Saturday, then they can sell a weeks worth at a time. "Just in case they get called in" Then they can pass their drugs tests by taking two pills a day. And they still get to be high! Win-win for your drug dealing patients!!
And yes Big T, I do honestly think that "Pain Sufferer" is not equipped to handle a legit pain management facility. That's why the last clinic she ran was raided and shut down by the DEA. The only thing that saved her from the jail time and federal charges that her peers face is playing dumb. As for her quip on taking insurance, I do know how long the credentialing process takes and I realize the paper work and money that go into it. However you do not have to wait on Medicare to start any process with private insurance companies such as BCBS or United. The waiting time on private companies is less than 60 days. How long has this clinic been open?
The bottom line is Vonore Pain is committing TennCare/ Medicaid fraud. They are a cash only pill mill. Their patients are drug dealers.
So, Big T, I guess I'm just "a nothing" but at least I'm a well informed nothing who knows the law. Home work done.. Maybe the people at this clinic do not. OR maybe they do know the law and just don't care. Since their previous clinic was raided and shut down which do you think it is?? I would think if I ran a clinic that was raided and shut down the next clinic I opened would be the most legitimate thing around. But hey, that's just me :)
And I will say it yet again. Maryville was closed down because of another practitioner not because of me. I completely communicated everything I knew to the DEA and sorry but I didn't KNOW everything because they were after a person that was there before me. I was doing what I was supposed to be doing. The average half life of a 30mg Roxicodone is 3.87 hours.....that's right, less than 4 hours. That means if someones pain is going to be controlled then they would need at least 6 of them a day. All of the literature states that if a persons pain is to be controlled effectively they have to have pain control around the clock. You don't think I know what I'm doing?? That's fine. Not everyone knows what is supposed to be done with a clinic and the limitations we have on us. If there was more that could be done we would be doing it. We are already doing far more than most other clinics that I know of. If it were easy then Bearden and a few others would already be closed down.
Pain Sufferer

Destin, FL

#160 May 6, 2011
FunnyBunny
Since you seem to know it all...
If the DEA thought I was involved in what had been happening at Maryville do you really think they are so stupid that they would not have been able to see right through someone "Playing dumb"???? You must think very little of our federal law enforcers. I don't. They scare the crap out of me but as long as I know I am doing everything that I can then what else can I do.

And so "all" of my patients are drug dealers??? Do you not think that I KNOW some are selling?? It's catching them that is the problem. Not all of my patients sell drugs. It is a new place. The bad seeds are going to try to get in and some of them will. BUT they WILL eventually be caught. We follow up on EVERY SINGLE tip we get so yes we are doing what we can.

Since: May 11

Knoxville, TN

#161 May 6, 2011
FunnyBunny wrote:
Once again, I not saying anything bad about pain clinics. Just shady pill mills who collect cash and throw out hundreds of pills a month to a person who sells them at the high school my children go to.
Specifically to you Pain Sufferer, I have turned people into your so called "legitimate establishment" what you do after that, I'm not sure but it's obviously nothing. What I am sure of is they are still going there and are still selling pills. Your so called "pill counts" are ridiculous. Anyone with half a brain could get by one of those. Your drug dealing patients brag on the street about how they wait until the end of the week to sell their pills on Saturday, then they can sell a weeks worth at a time. "Just in case they get called in" Then they can pass their drugs tests by taking two pills a day. And they still get to be high! Win-win for your drug dealing patients!!
And yes Big T, I do honestly think that "Pain Sufferer" is not equipped to handle a legit pain management facility. That's why the last clinic she ran was raided and shut down by the DEA. The only thing that saved her from the jail time and federal charges that her peers face is playing dumb. As for her quip on taking insurance, I do know how long the credentialing process takes and I realize the paper work and money that go into it. However you do not have to wait on Medicare to start any process with private insurance companies such as BCBS or United. The waiting time on private companies is less than 60 days. How long has this clinic been open?
The bottom line is Vonore Pain is committing TennCare/ Medicaid fraud. They are a cash only pill mill. Their patients are drug dealers.
So, Big T, I guess I'm just "a nothing" but at least I'm a well informed nothing who knows the law. Home work done.. Maybe the people at this clinic do not. OR maybe they do know the law and just don't care. Since their previous clinic was raided and shut down which do you think it is?? I would think if I ran a clinic that was raided and shut down the next clinic I opened would be the most legitimate thing around. But hey, that's just me :)
i have been following this forum for a while. i heard ps had her health license revoked recently..... anyone know about that?
Pain Sufferer

Destin, FL

#162 May 6, 2011
observer87 wrote:
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i have been following this forum for a while. i heard ps had her health license revoked recently..... anyone know about that?
You really want to go there?? Ok, here's the deal because there is nothing that I am ashamed of. Something happened with me over SEVEN years ago and that plus the fact that I am in pain management they took my license for a year. They couldn't do much about the thing that was over seven years ago so they added on the issue of working in pain management to make something stick. It is under appeals with the State Chancery court and it will be overturned. Of course I am not seeing patients during this time until it does get overturned but that just gives me time to work on getting insurance set up. Now, it's out there and again, it is nothing that I am ashamed of. Sh*t happens. It was a long time ago and they are mainly doing this because of the pain management. I will not back down from fighting it because their decision was based on incorrect information. Now, are you happy that you got to spread some dirt on me? Did you not think that I would own up to what is going on?? In the long run it will be overturned and I will continue to fight for what is right.
Pain Sufferer

Destin, FL

#163 May 6, 2011
observer87 wrote:
<quoted text>
i have been following this forum for a while. i heard ps had her health license revoked recently..... anyone know about that?
And by the way, I know who you are and that was a really low thing to do. Not that I wouldn't stand up for myself and tell the truth because I would but that should have been my choice.

Since: May 11

Antioch, TN

#164 May 7, 2011
Pain Sufferer wrote:
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And by the way, I know who you are and that was a really low thing to do. Not that I wouldn't stand up for myself and tell the truth because I would but that should have been my choice.
I was actually just curious to what you would say about that situation. And I was also wondering if you were able to still see patients. I'm glad you own up to it instaed of trying to deny it. I respect that. You say you know who I am, well who am I?

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