1. Sure, I can give you some meds to dampen the pain.
2. Heat or ice?
3. Any doctor can hang a shingle that says âI treat pain.â
4. Your back and neck (and often shoulder) pain likely have little or nothing to do with your abnormal MRI.
5. Reconsider before asking for a prescription.
6. In mild pain? Play word games or another favorite challenging puzzle.
7. Before you praise me for curing your back pain, remember this: It may have gone away on itâs own.
8. If you have chronic pain, consider experimenting with dietary changes.
9. If I specialize in prescribing narcotics, giving injections, or doing surgery, thatâs probably what Iâm going to recommend.
10. Think twice about having surgery, especially on your back or spine.
11. Pain is mental too.
12. If the doctor takes only cash (not insurance) and hands you a prescription after just a few minutes, you may be at a pill mill, not a full-service pain clinic.
13. Your pain will improve with the right kind of exercise,
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