Living In Pain?
I’ll try to limit the psycho-babble… your problem is very straightforward. You were started on pain meds by a doctor. At some point you needed more than he/she prescribed— or maybe a friend offered more. It doesn’t matter– as this is what pain pills do– what they ALWAYS do.
Eventually, your life revolves around the damn pills. You count them, worried you’ll run out short. You suspect your spouse took some for herself– maybe to teach you a lesson! Or maybe you are doing everything perfect… but you have found that they just don’t work anymore.
NO DETOX. NO WITHDRAWAL.
Suboxone is easier to use for a number of reasons. It can be prescribed with fewer restrictions, so if you do well, you won’t have to spend as much time in the doctor office. It lasts longer; one tablet can relace 8-12 pain pills! But the best part is that there is NO up/down cycle; NO withdrawal; NO craving for more.
Don’t believe me? Ask around. Ask that friend who just seems to be doing better lately, who you heard got ‘new medication’.
I write blogs about scammers in medicine. There are some things done by pain clinics that are clearly designed to empty your wallet, rather than fix your back! But this is for real– and is the future of pain management. Frankly , I think this will some day replace the current way we treat pain altogether; you can read my ideas on my blog at www.SuboxoneTalkZone.com .
Last Pitch: Think of all the injections, xrays, and manipulations you’ve had for your back. Did any of them REALLY work? I am Board Certified in Anesthesiology and Board Certified in Psychiatry– plus I have a PhD in Neuroscience. I know the brain and back as well as anybody– and my experiences in addiction gave me a darn good understanding of what THAT is all about as well.
Let me help you– and I promise you that this has the potential to change– and to SAVE– your life.
E-mail me for more information, at email@example.com. If you are ready to schedule an appointment, call 920-923-9054. We are a small, very PRIVATE office with a small staff; if Nancy doesn’t answer when you call, she is with another patient. Please leave a message and she will call back as soon as she is able.