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What Kind Of Doctor Should I See For Chronic Pain
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Compassion: You need to have a compassionate primary care physician as people with chronic nerve pain have other problems which cannot always be treated by pain doctors. A good PCP can keep your healthy in many ways to lessen the overall pain. After that, see a Pain Management doctor for meds but also consider yoga, meditation, other modalities of treatment as medications alone are not the answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard to say: Chronic pain is sometines difficult freat asdequately. Treatment must be multifaceted. Looking for cause and a treatment modality that allows patient to function in society in a productive manner. Many physicians ignore pain and refer to pain specialist who pushes pills. This promotes abuse and is not always best answer. Having a good patient relationship with trust and understanding best way. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many options: Chronic pain is pain that has lasted for at least six months. There are many treatment options for pain, not just medication. The best treatment depends on finding the cause of the pain. Your primary doctor may be a good place to start. Once the pain has persisted to the chronic state, you will want to have an expert opinion to prevent permanent impairment and disability. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a history of cdiff(no current infection). I am having searing pain in LLQ, also have Chronic pain, do I need to see a doc soon?
See a physician: LLQ pain suggests diverticulitis, among other possible causes. Pain is the bodies warning system that something is wrong that needs attention. You should see a physician as soon as possible. For more information on abdominal pain see http://bit.ly/10RdXop Get well soon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It Depends: Primary care doctors all have areas of special interest. If your doctor interest is in muscle and joint disorders, he/she would be able to help, it not you may want to see an orthopedist. I suggest you call the office and ask to speak with the nurse. Ask her if he routinely treats patients with knee pain. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I Have a Question. I Was Told That I Needed to Go See A Pain Management Doctor For Chronic Pain. I Have TMJ & CARPAL TUNNEL.
An oncologist: I would speak with an oncologist first. Are the tumors benign or malignant? ...Read more
I keep getting answers to see my doctor, but the problem is that I have been trying to get ahold of them for three weeks and am not getting any reply.
Chronic pain in pelvic area (mostly left side), irregular periods, enlarged left ovary, bowel problems,
See means see.: If you're calling to get his advice by phone, you're wasting your time and his staff's. He cannot diagnose you by phone. If his staff won't give you an appointment to see him, get a new doctor. ...Read more
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