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Arizona Pain Specialists
Really all types: Most pain clinics will treat pain due to many different problems...arthritis, pinched nerves, chronic back pain,etc. Generally speaking though, the source of the pain should have been evaluated and treated to the fullest extent before a pain clinic would take over. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends . . .: Best specialist depends upon who you ask. Also depends upon your insurance (or are you willing to pay out of pocket). Also depends upon how far you're willing to drive (northern california is a rather large geographic area). Start by looking thru insurance book or their website. Then ask your family doc (plus family & friends) who s/he likes. Finally, consider academic centers & athletic teams. ...Read more
Fore treatment-resistant depression. No local psychiatrists prescribe it, so seeking anesthesiologists or pain management physicians .
Pulmonologist: Hi, which part of town? And what do u need a lung specialist for? ...Read more
AOA website: Here is the website for the aoa. You can use the find a do feature. http://www.osteopathic.org/osteopathic-health/find-a-do/pages/default.aspx. ...Read more
Be careful: Reputable clinics should. Be very careful. There seems to be a "pain clinic" on every corner. Some clinics are nothing but pill mills managed by doctors w/ no certification in pain management. Be sure the doctor is board certified by american board of pain medicine or american board interventional pain practice. ...Read more
7months baby(Down Syndrome).Rehabilitation center recomend(Physiotherapy+Early intervention),anther centr said always Down Synd dont need Physiotherpy?
Looking 4 help with pain. Had 4 r cuff surgeries, have chronic pain, cause unknown, MRI good, in pain management, on exalgo 16mg. Ice and heat don't help.
Rotator cuff: Other options - raising the dose of Exalgo as long as you do have side effects from this, topical medicants like pennsaid, possible a tens unit, compounded medicants that have a variety of different medications in them, cold laser (loe level laser treatment), shoulder joint injections may be considered as well. As a last resort a peripheral nerve stimulator or possibly a spinal stimulator. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain management doctors from your experience can lumbar sympathetic block help with sympathetic independent pain (left leg)?
Absolutely: The big unknown though is for how long it will help. Also, multiple blocks may be needed. ...Read more
Neck, shoulder, lower back, knee, ankle pain. Tendonitis that don't recover. Docs can't find structural problem. Chronic pain? Gait? Treatment option?
Age 39 yr, male, x4 hx, l4/s1 surgeries. Recent traffic accident cause t-spine pain. Referrals please for bham al md w/t-spine expertise? Please?
With your history it: Would be advisable to see your own spine surgeon for an evaluation. ...Read more
Need local dr caring helpful listens understands accepts caresource. Very athletic can't run anymore inpain pt and accupunture was no help canton ohio?
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