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rfran123rrfran123 Posts: 1
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:52 AM in Pain Management
Does anyone know how you find a good primary doctor? Mine will not call me back. Would not let me get an x ray or MRI for over year. ( I had to go somewhere else). My celebrex script was denied by insurenace and my doctor after numerous calls will not supply a substitute. Where do I look?


  • Maybe you can check online telephone directory depending on the area where you live to find a good primary Dr. Also Cymbalta on it's website will help you with payment for this medication when you apply. I hope you find a good Dr. soon. Charry
    DDD of lumbar spine with sciatica to left hip,leg and foot. L4-L5 posterior disc bulge with prominent facets, L5-S1 prominent facets with a posterior osteocartilaginous bar. Mild bilateral foraminal narrowing c-spine c4-c7 RN
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