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Why are people being cut off of their pain medication?

Why are people being cut off of their pain medication?

The guidelines were a response to a serious and growing problem: millions of pain patients became addicted to prescribed opioids, and hundreds of thousands died as a result. Since the guidelines were released, reports of pain patients being abruptly cut off of their medication or having their medication abruptly reduced have become rampant.

What to do if kicked out of Pain Clinic?

The other thing that you could do if the doctor that did your fusion is differnet from the doctor at the pain managment is see if he/she is able to make a refferal for you or see if he/she is willing to prescribe your meds to you.

Who was the doctor that cut a pain patient?

Bill Murphy, a local pain treatment activist, told the Union Leader the resolution of the complaint against Greenspan “sends the right message to physicians in New Hampshire,” who need to understand that “the guidelines are just that—guidelines—and not hard-and-fast rules.”

Can a PCP help you with pain management?

If it was your PCP then you have a good chance at being able toget you meds from Pain management.

The guidelines were a response to a serious and growing problem: millions of pain patients became addicted to prescribed opioids, and hundreds of thousands died as a result. Since the guidelines were released, reports of pain patients being abruptly cut off of their medication or having their medication abruptly reduced have become rampant.

The other thing that you could do if the doctor that did your fusion is differnet from the doctor at the pain managment is see if he/she is able to make a refferal for you or see if he/she is willing to prescribe your meds to you.

Bill Murphy, a local pain treatment activist, told the Union Leader the resolution of the complaint against Greenspan “sends the right message to physicians in New Hampshire,” who need to understand that “the guidelines are just that—guidelines—and not hard-and-fast rules.”

Why are so many doctors dropping chronic pain patients?

They have watched the opioid overdose epidemic grow, the waves of government crackdowns on doctors and prescribers, and the increasing restriction on access to opioid medications in state and federal chronic pain guidelines. And they’ve seen many doctors drop their chronic pain patients in response.