IRONRANGE Minnessota Pain Meds
Evidently there is an agenda to prevent primary "docs" from prescribing "narcotics"- pain medications to anyone; including those with medical and court proof of disability with pain.
Anyone that is paying attention to current events and agenda's across America, know that this has become common place.
Recently, the Doctor prescribing pain medication to me, and many others, was put on "administrative leave"; with a story that he might be coming back, but he is not. The specifics are hidden due to what I assume is related to his contract with the corporation that owns the clinic; which probably contains a "non-compete" and "non-disclosure", hence the "administration leave" which maintains the contract obligations.
I went to my appointment with another doctor from the clinic. He came into the room, about the typical 35 mins late, and proceeded to tell me the he was a certain kind of doctor, and didn't prescribe "pain meds", but he would refer me to a "pain management center" over 1.5 hours from my home. LOL.
He obviously never looked at my medical records, or he would have understood my restrictions, and how that would have been torture, and absolutely ridiculous. I told him that I understood the "insurance/legal concerned" over pain meds, but that I didn't care that his bosses were concerned about it. He prescribed my pain meds, and gave me a referral to a "Hospital"-corporation that wasn't even the one that owned the clinic; that I had seen many specialists at, and had many images taken..; I came to find out, that corporation didn't want any "pain management people".
I would love to hear anyone's story regarding their dealings with such "doctors", clinics, and hospitals.
I received a certified letter from the clinic a few days later. It stated that the clinic would no longer provide me with services, due to my "narcotics and stimulant" needs. LOL TAADAAA..."health care" w/no doc for more referrals.