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All physicians can and will prescribe oxycodone in all doses if that is what they think the patient needs. However, one would need to go to that physician for an exam and history before getting a prescription. Here are some of the pain management physicians I found in the Shawnee area.
Pain management is the specialty that you want to make your appointment with. They are more likely to prescribe opiates than general practice physicians.
Please let me know if you have questions.
Yes, it is wrong in all ways. Have you tried getting an appointment with a primary care physician who can then refer you to pain management? Referrals are usually seen earlier than people who call and try to make appointments for themselves. Another strategy is to call and make an appointment and let the scheduler know that you will take any earlier cancellation. That can get you seen sooner. If you have Medicaid, try calling the number on your Medicaid card and explain the difficulties you are having getting to see pain management. They may be able to pull some strings for you.
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