American Medical Association [AMA]

My Wife has gone to pain management for approx. 6 months taking the med he prescribed . She also took another pain med from our primary Dr. Every month she has told the pain clinic about this med, they didn’t tell her not to take this med untIL she had taken a urine test for the second time with same results. This Pac then told her he would cut her back with the med until weened completely off. Not giving her a chance to correct the error. I MYSELF had a first appointment with this same person and without asking questions about my pain and the med I take, he said I would be cut back almost half, which I am also in extreme pain from numerous injuries . I have been under impression pain management was to help with your pain not just reducing your med so your in more pain . This Pac is being extremely UNETHICAL AND NEEDS HIS LICENCE REVOKED. No wonder our injured military people are committing suicide from their pain because of so called doctors like this guy. Date of incident 8/27/18

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