Helping you with pain
We'll help you care for and reduce pain.
We find and care for all kinds of pain. While your pain may not go away completely, we'll help you feel better. We’ll also help you stay away from addiction and bad side effects.
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Rules when taking pain medicines
Please read the following rules carefully. They are from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by our doctors.
- You must fill out a pain management contract before medicine is prescribed, or given, to you. As part of this, you will be asked to do random drug tests. This is when you are selected, by chance, to provide a urine sample. The sample is tested for any trace of drugs.
- You must see your primary care doctor at least twice a year.
- If you take three or more pain medicines at a time, you must gradually go down to taking two or one at a time.
- If you're a new patient and need pain medicine for a medical problem you already have, you must first get a urine drug screen test.
- Before your doctor orders any opioids for you, he or she must review the Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System for a Patient Activity Report (PAR).
- The PAR lists controlled substances, such as opioids, that have been ordered by date, the name of the prescribing doctor, and the name and amount of the medication. This helps ensure that you do not get opioids from more than one doctor.
- Soma (carisoprodol), a muscle relaxer, is hardly ever ordered by our doctors