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Severe back pain

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:22 AM in Pain Management
>:D< Im trying to figure out the best way to fire pain doc.He has done nothing but prescribe meds that arent helping.I sure could use some help with how to do this.


  • SE, I just fired mine in July and it was the BEST thing I ever did! First I interviewd several new PM Dr's and found 2 that are fantastic...one for the meds and one for the more interventional stuff. I LOVE them both. What I did to fire my old PM doc was I had my usual appointment and I wrote a letter stating that I would not longer be coming to this facility and would like to be dicharged to see another Dr. I explained to her that her office was very inconvenient ( which it was) and that I had found a Dr closer to my home. I was very nice and polite. She was surprised. Anyway She had her secretary type a discharge letter, gave me a copy and a month supply of meds to hold me till I saw my new Dr. Thats it. Best thing I ever did!
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