I dont know where else to ask this

Discussion in 'Pharmaceuticals' started by tabletop, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. tabletop

    tabletop Member

    Im seeing a physical therapist for permanent stress fractures in my back. He said if the pain persists the next step is pain management. I looked up 'pain management specialist' online but didnt get much info. Is pain management more excercise or are they just going to give me a bunch of pills?
  2. sam&ella

    sam&ella Member

    Medication, usually. Or a combination of meds & PT.
  3. kil0

    kil0 The Rebel

    dude, as soon as you hear PAIN MANAGEMENT, you practically struck gold! Get some OCs, and if you dont want them for yourself, just sell them and you'll make a killing!
  4. rollingalong

    rollingalong Banned

    bin doing this for years..hate the pills love the dough
  5. tabletop

    tabletop Member

    Thanks for the replies. That's exactly what I wanted to hear!
  6. SpENS93

    SpENS93 Illuminati

    i envy u
  7. tabletop

    tabletop Member

    well im not there yet. still have a few weeks of physical therapy then i guess ill just have to insist that the pain lingers. I hope that since my therapist already mentioned pain management as the next step the hard part is over
  8. Mr.Writer

    Mr.Writer Senior Member

    pain management, 99% of the time = opiates.

    Enjoy them responsibly :)
  9. DejaVoodoo

    DejaVoodoo Member

    I was put on methadone 3x a day + Percocet 10s x 4 a day when I went to pain management a few weeks ago.
  10. Oxyrisin2

    Oxyrisin2 Member

    Ya man go and make an appt. now..It can take up to a month to get an appt.I've been looking for one closer to my house and I can't get in any earlier than 6 weeks:eek:
    But ya, when they mention Pain Management your on your way to long acting meds to control your pain. But your never going to get your pain all gone. It just makes it so you can deal with the pain better..
    Especially Oxy's, it just masks it a little but your high and don't give a fuck..
    Unless its a bad day..Which I get about 7 to 10 days a month.
    Thats also why I take a few less on good days so I have extra on the bad days..
    Good luck
  11. Oxyrisin2

    Oxyrisin2 Member

    My insurance dosen't require a refferel,If yours dosen't then YES I would make that appt. ASAP..
    If you do, then you will have to wait till your Doc gives you one
  12. tabletop

    tabletop Member

    for those of you in pain management, what are you in for? Im curious as to what kind of pain would require all that those oxys and percs. I just have bad back pain, if I had like 3 7.5 vicodins id be comfortable. At least until my tolerance goes up
  13. lynnzy

    lynnzy Member

    LOL.. :pI can't stop laughing about the post that says 'Dude, you struck gold'.. lol...
    The guy across the street makes money off of selling those 'tabs' to people and I think they can get as much as $5 a piece for them. Of course he 'needs'.. 200 a month to stop the pain

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