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Finding A Doctor


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I just moved to northeastern pennsylvania and i cant find a doctor to give me the medication that i have ben taking for ten years. I cant move without it and i need help

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Good luck. im from nepa and if you are educated in pharmacology or even hint at the fact that u feel u know what treatment you may need.

They immediately peg you as a seeker/ addict.

Word of advice play dumb. have records. or just order what you need online.

Good luck

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Yeah,

 

I've heard that PA and OH have become pretty brutal :(.  My bro is a nursing student in OH at present and he said it's pretty ugly for pain-patients...

 

Best Wishes Luvv--

I'll keep you in my thoughts... 

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Agree now with the info forms an RX history rhey flag you and no one will want to see you even when your in horrible pain sometimes you need see them a few times before they start medicating. Good luck I having same issue as well in NJ

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Hi here is a list of a few you will have to look for your area but what you want is a pay clinic they are easy to deal with and very caring they just want medical records and a MRI no more then a year old if your pain deals with bones and a list of past meds most of the time they give you what has worked in the past and they give you a mth script hope this help, 

 

http://www.beckersasc.com/lists/150-pain-management-physicians-to-know.html

 

 

https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=pennsylvania+pain+management+clinics

 

 

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knidsty can you please comment on this list more. The reason I ask is because I plan to move soon and would like to know if a doctor on this list will take over for my current pain doctor, which happens to be on this list. Are these pain doctors more likely to continue prescribing meds if you are/were previously prescribed them and can provide records to show that?

 

Great post! Thanks

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Yes if you have legit records what you want to look for is on their site for medication management or along those lines also I found that the ones that only take cash are the best they get paid a lot better so in turn they care a lot more yes sad I know also they have less rings to jump thou you will just have to call but make sure you read their treatments on their sites this will give you a idea about how they approach p@in management,

 

 

 

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