20 Oct 2010
If I were you, I would get copies of all my medical records, reports, CScans, MRI's, everything that verifies you are in pain. Then do an online search for Pain Management Doctors in your area. There's no guarantee a doctor will prescribe narcotics for you. He/she may want you to try other pain relieving procedures or other medications first. If you don't cooperate, you'll more then likely be labeled a "drug seeker." I think you could also go to WebMD to find a Pain Specialist in your area. Good luck and hope your back feels better soon!
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