So u got a lil toleramce to xanax, see it;s people like u that make doctors believe that NOONE needs Painkillers and Xanax (I.E. Benzodiazapines.) Some people (including myself) have been on Pain killers and Benzos for the past 12 years! And if it was as deadly of a combination as u say I should most certainly be dead by now! Some of us need tham both for many reasons I.E. Irregularly irregular heart beat just to keeep it under 200 B.P.M. It also potentiates other pain killers to help so u don't have to just go up on the dosage of opiates. on another note, it sounds like u knew the consequences of mixing the two so, Why did u even accept the script? It's not like the doc was shoving them down your throat against your oen free will! Just cause someone has enough BALLS to help the people that actually need help (cause americas NUMBER ONE problem is lack of Pain control.) The reason for this pandemic is cause of people like u that gets meds from a doctor and than goes and tells him he's doing the wrong thing, it;s people like u that scare doctors from prescribing fully for the patients that are legit! So before u bag a clinic or a doctor, look at your own actions, u said u were an addict so I know that you knew U should never have been prescribe xanax in the first place cause I know u knew about the dangerous cross tolerance between the two! It sounds like you are more mad about him not giving you the xanax than anything else. Anyways u took the script! So before pointing fingers to the very docters that have enough NUTS to help people, take a look in the mirror!
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We had to use the emergency room at the hospital. While the doctors and technicians were professional and we received good care, I cannot give 5 stars due to their billing practices. They have 5 levels of emergencies, and I can't find out who decides what level you are. My husband had a panic attack/anxiety which was labeled a level 3 out of 5. The total bill was $867 for the hospital + $160 for the doctor. They don't tell you the doctor will be separate, they don't tell you how much anything will cost, and you aren't given any options for treatment. They just bill you later, at which point trying to figure out what you were billed for is impossible. The bill does not come itemized, it's lump sum, and you can't get them to separate the bill because (I was told) a level three is just $867, doesn't matter what it was for or what equipment you required. The bill is turned over to a third party who cannot tell you anything about your bill other than the total amount due and the date you were billed. The hospital says they will assign a nurse to review your case, but they never do. Beware when going in here that nobody will tell you upfront what the cost will be. And if you're one day late on the payment, they call it due in full! We have a high deductible plan and ended up paying for most of this ourselves. I guess they just think they can bill insurance whatever cost and they'll pay, but not all of us are fully covered so we need to start asking how much it will cost so hospitals can't just bill you for whatever.
When i went there years ago they were very good at helping me. And with the antidepressants and outher medications they gave me and outhers, well it's for a reason. The head MD is a very intelligent person his research on medications and outher drugs is unbelievable. His book in the office I got a chance to take one home and the research he put into that book was incredible. Depression and mood is very much part of underlining pain control. The people who wrote bad reviews just didnt get there fix, ya your just junkies and they know there not stupid its what the do dayday in day out. So that is my 2 cents. Thanks Mike Mead.