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This reminds me... After 12 years! I have to call my Worker's Compensation insurance company "adjuster" to have my medications approved... FML!

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The Spoon Theory - Understanding Chronic Pain

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The Spoon Theory - Understanding Chronic Pain I have loved the 'Spoon Theory' for many years & many reasons...it really helps others to understand what the life of a 'spoony' is like… naidw.org/members-lounge/members-lounge/videos/video/101-the-spoon-theory-understanding-chronic-pain?groupid=116&utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=socialnetwork

Doctors Need A New Skill Set For This Opioid Abuse Treatment


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Doctors Need A New Skill Set For This Opioid Abuse Treatment Practicing surgery on a piece of pork — that’s how some doctors are learning to implant a new drug that curbs opioid cravings. It’s not… khn.org/news/doctors-need-a-new-skill-set-for-this-opioid-abuse-treatment/?utm_content=buffer7cee8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

I live near Seattle where a major pain management center with 8 locations shut down and 25,000 patients suddenly left without continued care because of a lawsuit citing prescription overdose and illegal billing practices. They are now calling Seattle Pain Center a pill mill. Getting a copy of medical records for continued care is becoming frightfully difficult. I'm terrified as are many others. Is this considered patient abandonment? Why couldn't have another qualified doctor step in to oversee patient care rather than shut it down altogether?!

Insurance companies won't cover the alternatives to opioids

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