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Recent Pain Management Treatment Reviews in Pemberville

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    Comprehensive Center For Pain Managment
    I have severe chronic pain due to past lumbar fusion and currentbdegenerativevdisc disease..Dr. Otting is wonderful! He takes the time to listen to you and comes up with a comprehensive plan to address your pain! As a nurse I have found him outstanding!
    - Tracy M.
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    Comprehensive Center For Pain Managment
    They are very useful for different things with injections and pain management. They have three branches, Comprehensive Center For Pain Management is one, Toledo Pain Services is linked to that and then there is also West Side Surgical center, they are all part of the same business for most parts, one does procedures and one administers pain services and they are all inter related.
    - Richard H.
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    Williams, Dr. James A
    He explained everything and makes sure I understand everything. His office staff is incredible. I was actually was having a procedure on that day and the girl with the surgical center was so nice. They call me at home after I have a procedure and makes sure I am doing okay.
    - Donald B.
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    Comprehensive Center For Pain Managment
    Dr. Moghal was pleasant and seemed to know what he was doing. However, now knowing more about the benefits and risks of pain management therapies, I wish he would have done more to explain what I could and should expect after the first pain management injection. I think my treatment could have been more effective if I had better understood the recommended timeframes to administer second or third injections. The Billing Department was not helpful; dealing with them was often painful. I ended up wasting a lot of time trying to get any answers or replies to some simple questions and concerns. My first piece of correspondence from the Billing Department was not a bill but an unsigned letter sent in advance of the first billing statement. After receiving the unsigned letter from the billing department, I checked with my insurance company to confirm that I was being charged two different amounts for what I had understood to be essentially the same procedure performed on two dates. When I called the Billing Department to ask about this, I was told that someone would look into it and get back to me. I never heard back from the Billing Department but I did eventually receive an actual bill that contained the same confusing and possibly incorrect amounts billed. The billing statement was dated 22 days after the date of the first piece of correspondence that I ever received from the Billing Department – the unsigned letter. My very first billing statement warned me that I was already late in paying my bill for “30-60 days” even though this was my first bill; and even if the unsigned letter could be considered a bill, it had only been 22 days – not 30 to 60 days as the billing statement reported. This unexplainable math that claimed that I was already one to two months late with my cost share payments even before receiving a bill, continued for a couple of more months (eventually telling me after one month that I was three months late paying my bill). I tried to sort this out with the billing dept. I also tried in vain to get answers to the questionable way the two nearly identical office visits were invoiced. I contacted the supervisor of the office. She never answered or had anyone adequately answer all my questions. Eventually I gave up trying to wait for answers to all my questions and just paid the remainder of the bill to be done with this office. Based on the way I was treated by the billing department and the supervisor of the office, if I ever needed pain management services in the future I would NOT want to go to the CC4PM.
    - Mark S.
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    Comprehensive Center For Pain Managment
    I was going there for maybe a couple years before I finally decided to ask for narcotics b/c the cervical medial branch block and epidurals were not helping much anymore after I had gotten so many, and I couldn't bear the pain anymore. You are required to get evaluated by Stress Care Behavioral Health by a psychologist to determine if you are stable enough to handle taking narcotics I guess. In the short time I was living in Toledo, I didn't know many people and I have no family here. I had no one to babysit my 3 year old daughter. I got stood up by the one person i could find to watch her. There was only a short time table I had to work with b/c my daughter was in preschool and left at 12:30 and got home right after 3pm. They said the evaluation was 2-2&1/2 hrs long. I wouldn't have had time to get back home before she arrived, and I couldn't go afterwards b/c she was not allowed to be with me. I was told by the bus driver that if no one was there to get her, she would be taken back to school and social services would be called. I was already in a custody battle and couldn't risk that. So I kept missing my appt (3 times). On my next visit  to pain management with Dr William James, he got really nasty with me b/c Stress Care told them I kept missing my appt. Even though I had explained the whole situation, he reprimanded in a very harsh, condescending manner and really upset me and hurt my feelings. Then he kicked me out of their practice, telling me not to come back. He even refused to refill ANY of my medications (I had no refills left at all) even though he knows that you cannot abruptly stop taking some of them without going through painful and miserable withdrawal and that I needed to be weaned off. The last time I did that, I ended up in the ER. He couldn't care less. My cousin, who is a medical assistant, told me that that is against the law and that he had to give me at least 1 refill for everything if I was being discharged. The nurse was even NASTIER to me... downright mean, and also jumped down my throat. It took every ounce of my willpower to not burst into tears. It wasn't my fault and I had tried everything to make those appts. Plus, I couldn't understand how missing an appt w/ a completely different medical facility and dr not associated with them in their practice could get me banned from the pain center. I was so hurt b/c Dr James and always been so kind to me before. They treated me like I was some junkie who missed the appt on purpose b/c I didn't want to have to take a drug test or something, which was absolutely not the case... sneering and snapping and grimming me down. I will NEVER recommend that pain center to ANYONE I know, and will talk them out of going there if they were ever considering it.
    - Grace T.
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  • Ahealer

    409 Senna Ave
    League City, Texas
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  • Body Bliss

    7355 Lewis Ave Ste B
    Temperance, Michigan