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Madison Pain Clinic
Many: Psychiatrists are specialty trained in psychopharmacology and other forms of treatment in depression -- and there are many psychiatrists in madison wi. One option is the department of psychiatry at university of wisconsin school of medicine: http://www.Psychiatry.Wisc.Edu/uwpclinicians.Html . Also you can contact wisconsin psychiatric association: (920) 560-5643. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My bf's had increasingly severe dizziness(only symptom)for a wk but no health insurance&no $ in the bank!Should he go 2 urgent care clinic or ER?HELP
First Visit: The pain provider will comprehensively address the history of your chronic pain condition, review diagnostic tests and or order new ones, perform a detailed pertinent physical examination, then design an individualized treatment plan which can include injections, braces, creams, medications, physical therapy and more. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Need local dr caring helpful listens understands accepts caresource. Very athletic can't run anymore inpain pt and accupunture was no help canton ohio?
Need a pain doc in wake county nc who'll take selfpay w/pay plans. I suffer severe back pain, it's affecting my life. Tried all options. W/0 care. ?
Call the offices: your best bet is to call the different offices that can help you with your problem and see if you can arrange a payment program. Offices can evaluate that. You can also try with hospitals and ask them the same thing ...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
Seek pain doc or psych doc w/Ketamine Inf Treat 4 MDD in Atlanta GA. I'm 52 M chronic pain patient Dx w/MDD, GAD, PTSD. Medicare. Want to Save My Life?
Hang in there: Treatment with ketamine in MDD is a very new theoretical approach that has only just begun being tested (ie, not FDA app.). For now, my best advice would be to find a psychiatrist who you can really partner with to find optimal Rx treatment & concomitantly offers psychotherapy - as it offers you the best chance 4 success. Have you tried tapentadol? Might be something to think about. Good luck! ...Read more
Good obgyn and general practice doctor in pasadena, glendale or burbank, ca area who accepts blue cross hmo?
I'm looking for a Pediatrician/Pediatric ER for a patient of mine with abdominal pain, visiting in Wellington, Florida. Appreciate any help/can PM me.
WELINGTON: REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER 561-798-9880 Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
Need to find a doctor on fort sam houston that accepts tricare for spouses to do tubal ligation reversal surgery asap lynnette bigelow
Brooke : Brooke army medical center serves fort sam houston. You can contact humana military healthcare services at 1- 800-444-5445 or you can make an appointment (210) 916-9900. However, wilford hall usaf medical center is at lackland air force base which is also in san antonio texas. It is a world class medical center with a large gynecology department. Good luck. ...Read more
?: Since this was posted at least weeks ago, if not months ago, I hope you got to see somebody! ...Read more
Fore treatment-resistant depression. No local psychiatrists prescribe it, so seeking anesthesiologists or pain management physicians .
If i went to er solely for panic attack & dr saw injection marks, then asked who prescribes my pain meds, can he/she alert my pain doctor? hippa law?
I think so since: he may think you are a danger to yourself or others and is still in good faith , your pain dr. would do drug screens as routine and panic attack alone should not be a reason to discharge you , you are up front with your pain dr. anyway , nothing to hide for your health , if you have track marks because you are abusing the pain meds by injecting them then you need to stop now and get help for your ...Read more
Google: look up the term on google and check with local hospitals. I dont know much about TX ...Read more