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Huntsville, AL

Woes Continue for Bridge Street Restaurants as The Tavern...

I worked security out there back in 2008-2009 and yes, there are bad people that go there and look for fights and smoke weed behind building 320. I know this is fact because I caught them numerous times. I never take my kid there and never will. Has nothing to do with being racist because I'm not but the blacks to go there and act like it's their back yard or something. People would like to go there and enjoy themselves but it's kinda hard to do when they run around yelling and acting stupid. I wouldn't work back out there again if I had to. None of you know just how many cars get broken into out there either. On Friday and Saturday nights, at least 2 and up to 5 cars each night had busted out windows. I don't know if they were black or white but I never seen one black persons car broken into. A couple of cars were stolen. Hopefully soon the mall that's being opened off of I-565 will be much nicer and give a family a place to go and actually enjoy what they'll have to offer. To the person that said it should have been built in Hampton Cove was correct. Those type of people would never have even found Hampton Cove, much less went there. It would have been nice, calm and quiet in Hampton Cove. Wouldn't even have to have security there. Also, let me set the record straight about something else. White people were caught on a daily basis having sex down in the lower parking deck. I never caught a black person doing that but the whites were caught all the time, day and night. They were from Huntsville, Moulton, Cullman, Decatur, etc.. All colors do different bad things in different areas of Bridge Street. When you spend 8 hours there, 5 days a week, you tend to see much more than the average visitor does.  (Sep 6, 2013 | post #8)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

WTF are you talking about? Has nothing to do with any of this.  (Aug 29, 2013 | post #322)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

Yes, no insurance is $500 and he does prescribe opiates but not like Aggarwal did. He gives you half or less to start on and he will raise it if he feels it's needed. I know 2 that go and they both get Oxycodone and Xanax and something else but not sure what it is. Now that I'm thinking about it, I might have thought about the wrong one. His name might be Dr. Davis lol. I keep getting those two mixed up for some reason. I don't keep up with either of them that good so I'm not positive but it might be Davis that I'm thinking about. I'll find out for sure.  (Aug 7, 2013 | post #317)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

I know a couple of people that go to Edwards and they say he starts you out slow but then raises you gradually if he see's fit. $500 start out and no MRI required, for some. I know some that have been going to some place in TN but not sure of that doctors name. Most of the rest just swapped over to Dr. Murphy and a few are going to Dr. Ali in Jasper, AL. Ali is $300 up front, no MRI required and Murphy is $450 with an MRI required the last I heard. In my book, Dr. Ali and his staff are a joke! Don't even bother with him if you don't have insurance that they can bill the hell out of.  (Aug 7, 2013 | post #315)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS - JULY 2013 On July 17, the Board accepted the voluntary surrender of the Alabama Controlled Substance Certificate, Certificate of Qualification and license to practice medicine in Alabama of Shelinder Aggarwal, MD, lic. no. 22384, Huntsville AL.  (Aug 5, 2013 | post #310)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

Jake, does Kelly require an MRI like Dr. Murphy does? Also, how much is his first visit?  (Jul 21, 2013 | post #309)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

Makes sense. It just wasn't explained to me that way. I was told that they call you in to their office, either in Decatur or Madison and count what you have left at that time.  (Jul 18, 2013 | post #307)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

Valley Drugs in Decatur shouldn't have any problem filling it for you. Just check online here - http://www.albme.o rg/actions.html and it will show if he is reinstated and when. His license is only on a "Summary Suspension" and today at 12:30 he has his hearing in Montgomery. I think by 3:00-4:00, it should be updated online and you'll see what the outcome was. If his license is suspended for a full 90 days, it might be around June 20th before it's updated to show he has been reinstated, if he is in fact reinstated. I wish him luck!  (May 15, 2013 | post #282)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

Maybe that's why you "used" to work for him. He never tried to push anything on me and never any obscene amounts either. 2 medications only. 120 for one and 70 for another. That's it. I know a girl that went to him for a few years and all she was given was 120 Lortabs only and she has all sorts of back trouble, legitimate back trouble that is very well documented with proof, MRI's, X-Ray's, etc. He will be back in business and my guess is mid June or sooner.  (May 15, 2013 | post #281)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

If you're talking about Dr. James Thacker, he likes doing injections and his nurse offered me an appointment in September lol. He might write Lortab but that will be about all you'll get from him. If you're talking about the place that's in the same location as the hospital, Dr. Sherlis and his crew... They hate even giving Lortabs but love doing the injections. The wait time is an easy 2 hours + and unless you like injections and have very good insurance, I wouldn't bother with either one of those places. If you have an MRI to show and a prescription list for the past year, take all that to Murphy but it might be up to a 2 month wait, $400 up front and possibly visiting him every 2 weeks. The initial visit will be in Decatur and then the Madison office from then on, if you don't live over near Decatur.  (May 11, 2013 | post #275)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

I responded Kat. I still get PM's even though I don't use that email address anymore. For some reason, it was shut down because they said there was suspected activity of someone trying to access my email from another location, computer or something and luckily when they done that, I wasn't using it for anything anyway. I could open it back up again with a phone call but it's not needed.  (Apr 9, 2013 | post #236)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

Thanks for that info. If someone can pay $500 up front and $500 per month, you're selling. It's almost obvious. Not meaning you (Lincoln Light), just generally speaking. LL, if you see this, lets say Dr. A gave you 120 Roxi 30's and now you go to Davis, what would Davis give you each month? I'm not going there but I was wondering what his numbers were per visit and how long is his wait time?  (Apr 1, 2013 | post #225)

Huntsville, AL

Review: Chronic Pain Care Svc - Shaun Aggarwal MD

Anything over 4000 characters won't let you post but it's ok Annie. A lot of on here are going to be uptight, irritated and say rational things but it's because we don't have our normal doses of medicine. It's to be expected. Joker or Alchick might jump me next but I'll understand. I in no way mean any harm to Dr. A. for any of this. I wished he had slowed down years ago and maybe things would be ok, idk that for sure. Another thing that hurt him as far as records of people overdosing, wrecks, etc. were because he had thousands of patients. That makes the probability that bottles will show up with his name on them, a lot higher. My 27 year old sister died, Dec 29th, 2009 because of an overdose but she never once seen Aggarwal. My 61 year old father died on July 8th, 2010 because of an overdose of Soma and he also did not see Aggarwal. Overdoses happen but I blame them for what happen, not the drug dealer that sold to my sister and I don't blame the doctor that wrote my father all the medicine he was given. He had a pill problem. I found him dead in his bed myself. I'm not like either of them. I would surely not go on the news, even if Dr. Plotka ever gets his license taken away and blame him for my fathers death. That's just wrong in my book. The addicts that take 10 and 20 of something are to blame. That's just my opinion.  (Mar 31, 2013 | post #218)