Texas Doctors Helping with Pain Management with Pain Medication for Injured Workers
Pain can bring your entire life to a stop. It’s a constant reminder of that terrible event at work that caused you to get injured. You think about it when you stand up or bend over. You think about it at night when the pain wakes you up. You think about it when you can’t work. Life becomes impossible because of pain. Now it’s time to get rid of the pain.
Pain Stop MD is here to help you get on the road to recovery. Isn’t it time that you found a chronic pain plan that works and gets you back into a pain free life? Regardless of whether you’re on-the-job injury was caused by a traumatic accident or from overuse, Pain Stop MD can help. Our board-certified doctor is qualified to prescribe the right medication as part of your treatment plan to help you recover from your work-related injury.
Pain Stop MD provides a broad range of treatment options for on the job injuries. Prescription medicine is just one option, but it can be used in addition to other treatments to help get you back to living your life. Our doctor can help determine the right medication that will work for you.
Don’t let pain continue to control your life. If you live in Dallas, Ennis, Denton, Waco, or the surrounding area, call Pain Stop MD right away. We can help.
Finding the Right Medication
The right medication is determined by several factors. First and foremost, you need a proper diagnosis. Pain Stop MD starts by ensuring that you have the proper diagnosis. We also review your medical history to make sure that prescriptions won’t cause a bigger problem. This can actually be the difference between life and death for the patient.
Pain Stop MD’s board-certified doctor and compassionate staff can help get the right diagnosis and help you return to your life. Whether prescription medication or another treatment is the best option for your injury, we can help. Our goal is your recovery.
Right Prescription at the Right Dose for the Right Amount of Time
Prescription medication is only effective if the right one is prescribed, at the right dose, and only for the right amount of time. Choosing the right prescription is imperative. You wouldn’t treat a bacterial infection without antibiotics, right? It’s important to use the right medication for your injury.
The correct dose is also important. If the dose is too low, there’s no point in taking the medication because you won’t feel as if it is helping you. If the dose is too high, you could suffer from effects that you didn’t expect. In some cases, it can even cause death.
The right amount of time is also important. If a patient doesn’t take a medication long enough or even if they take it for too long, it won’t be as effective.
As a patient, it’s important that you do your part by providing Pain Stop MD with a detailed and accurate medical history. This helps us ensure that we’re prescribing the right medication.
We Can Help with Workers’ Compensation
Depending on your injury, you may qualify to file a workers’ compensation claim to get help with your lost wages, medical bills, and receive other benefits. To determine if you’re eligible to file a claim, you should speak with a qualified workers’ compensation professional. Call Pain Stop MD. We can:
- Help you with getting a proper diagnosis and treatment to help you get your life back.
- Help you with the documentation you need for workers’ compensation.
- Guide you through the workers’ compensation process.
- Access medical records and other documentation you’ll need for your workers’ compensation claim.
- Answer any general questions you have about workers’ compensation or on the job injuries.
Contact Pain Stop MD Immediately
It can be hard to find the right doctor to prescribe the right medication for your work-related injury. We’re here to make your life easier. We can provide the right treatment, including prescriptions where necessary, to help you get your life back.
Contact Pain Stop MD now to book your consultation with our board-certified doctor and to learn more about the treatment options that may be available to you.