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Recent Pain Management Treatment Reviews in Flagler Beach

  • A
    Javier Placer MD
    They have good availability, friendly staff, and they realize you have a medical condition and need control of your pain.
    - Margaret G.
  • A
    Coastal Pain Center
    The experience has been excellent. I couldn't be more pleased. I would recommend them to someone in a similar situation. This is a legitimate pain center that treats people with chronic pain and I am not treated like a drug addict. It is very compassionate. They are very, very rigid in that they have to have my most current MRI and most current surgical reports. They do an extensive drug test. They are absolutely legitimate all the way around and it is intended for people that aren't going to get better. I am 62 and I fall into that category.
    - Gregory T.
  • A
    ARC Acupuncture & Physical Therapy
    26 years, I was in a great deal of pain when I first visited ARC.I am any better and I know what I need to do to help keep my body more comfortable.
    - Patric. B S.
  • A
    Coastal Pain & Neurology Centers
    Dr. Alyn Benezette is excellent.  He has worked with me to figure out how to manage the pain, sleeplessness, restless legs and other symptoms along with my Lyme specialist.  Lyme is very difficult to treat and I've had it for nearly 20 years so I have other doctors to compare to him.  He is one of my top two.  Dr. Jorge Mirabelli, another doctor in the same clinic, did not accept Lyme as a diagnosis, refused to refill my Rx so I had to go cold turkey off of 8 meds I've been on for decades, treated me like a drug addict and argued with me when I described my medical history.  My experience with him was the worst I've every had, ever.  Dr. Benezette gets an A, Dr Mirabelli gets and F.  (Note that the other two reviews of this clinic are from the same person.)
    - Cheryl B.
  • D
    Prc. Associates LLC
    The first two spine shots helped tremendously for a few months each. The third had no effect. The hip injection gave 2 days of relief. Met with my orthopedic surgeon. He x-rayed my lower back, showed me where it was likely that a nerve or nerves were being compressed, and he referred me to a neurologist for follow-up. He prescribed an NSAID that was ineffective after 2 days. Met with the neurologist, who did an evaluation in office as well as ordered MRIs on the lower back, hip, and knee. Both the ortho and the neuro referred me to pain management for pain relief, so I returned to PRC for a consult with Dr. Joseph last week. She refused to prescribe any opiates. I've taken various opiates over the years and never needed to exceed or continue the dosage, in fact, I often have 2-3 pills or more left over, but her reasoning was that since I have anxiety, she'd never prescribe an opiate. That seems ridiculous to me, and I'm sorry now that I was honest on their questionnaire. Dr. Joseph did agree to write a prescription for a better muscle relaxer (Flexoril has been ineffective), but it's been 3+ days now and Walgreens doesn't have the prescription. I've also called PRC and left messages with my name, DOB, phone number, and issue as directed, and no one has bothered to return my calls. I'm stuck in the middle of three different forms of treatment and meanwhile suffering excruciating pain that the specialists refuse to address pharmaceutically, preferring to defer to the pain management clinic, yet PRC refuses to communicate. It seems like physicians, surgeons, etc. have become extremely gun-shy of prescribing medications that relieve pain, especially opiates, and they toss that ball over to pain management, where delays, poor communication, and even decisions about medication indicate overwhelm combined with poor management combined with over-caution to avoid getting in trouble for prescribing too many addictive meds. It's very frustrating and unfair to the typical person who has no history of abusing meds and is experiencing debilitating pain that might be relieved - at least temporarily, until physical therapy, surgery, and other remedies are performed - with the most helpful pharmaceuticals.
    - Pamela T.
  • F
    Coastal Pain & Neurology Centers
    This office billed $19545.00 for 4 or 5 doctor visits, a few tests and treatment after an auto accident, be aware they are billing on your PIP and LOP's multiple times the state medicare rate and when your case settles it comes of your settlement. Approximate half of this bill was for "therapy" which was massage and hot/cold packs and therapeutic exercise which I did not receive.
    - tish b.
  • F
    Prc. Associates LLC
    the dr decided how you felt.  he was very rude and did not care if you were in pain. dr malik should not be in this business.
    - elizabeth s.
  • F
    Prc. Associates LLC
    I have suffered low back problems for approx. 3 years. I recently moved to Palm Coast from Virginia. My Orthopedic and Pain Management Doctors tried many procedures over a three year period (injections, epidurals, burned the nerves in my back) nothing helped. My Orthopedic had me on Hydrocodone every 4-6 hours for my pain for 3 years. It finally came down to the last thing they could do is back surgery. My primary care advised against it at this time because I recently had a stroke and was suffering seizures because of it. She thought my body couldn't handle the surgery right now. My Orthopedic said I could just stay on the Hydrocodone to help the pain. Well, Florida is much different. I moved here on December 1st. Found a new primary care and was told I would need to see a pain mgmt doctor to get my Hydrocodone. I went to Dr. Vinod Malik of the PRC Assoc in Palm Coast. I took him my MRI from Virginia. He looked at it and said he didn't see anything wrong with my back and I didn't need the Hydrocodone. He said he would do his own MRI to make sure it hadn't changed and said I was on way to much Hydrocodone but promised he wouldn't take me off "cold turkey" because I was obviously addicted since I had been on it so long and he would safely wean me off. I agreed. I went for my MRI then went in for my follow up. He said he was wrong about my back and that I did have problems. He said he would start me doing an epidural, then if that didn't work he would do injections, if that didn't work he'd scrape the ligaments. I told him I was about out of my Hydrocodone and asked for a refill and he said he wouldn't give me one. I reminded him that he said he would help me wean off of them and he said he changed his mind and for me to check myself into a rehab center and walked out. I was left with 7 pills to wean myself off. I went through terrible withdrawals. I will never go back to him and don't recommend him to anyone. I think he was probably one of those doctors that was handing out pain pills like candy and now that Florida is cracking down on the pain pills he ran scared and decided not to give them out.
    - Jill B.
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  • Ahealer

    409 Senna Ave
    League City, Texas
  • Mayo Clinic

    4500 San Pablo Rd S
    Jacksonville, Florida