I am sorry to hear of your unrelieved pain.
Unfortunately, this medication (Percocet) cannot be prescribed without in person physician evaluation (Thus, none of the physicians at JustAnswer can prescribe you this medication)
But, if the medication that you are using is not helping with your pain, your first step would be to discuss this with your current physician. Typically if your pain is keeping you from performing your daily activities, other pain control medications will be added to your regimen. I believe you are currently taking Mobic which is a non steroidal anti-inflammatory. This class of medication works in a different way to relieve pain than an opiate
medication such as Percocet. It can take some weeks before the full effect is reached. If you are finding that your pain is not resolving, discuss this with your physician. You may want to see what other suggestions he has for you. He or she may feel the next step is to add another medication to your regimen.
If you find that your physician's suggestions for pain control are not adequate, you can obtain a second opinion.
Please understand that there is no list of doctors that will prescribe this medication, because all physicians are ethically bound to evaluate each patient individually.
If you decide to get a second opinion, you may want to check with your insurance carrier to see who they recommend. Otherwise, you may go to this link to find physicians in your area. See: