i hope everyone uses these sites to empower themselves and get the Best care they can remember as of 2010 which is the newest data i have seen there are 3352 Certified and practicing as Pain Medicine Specialists and there are some 25 million + of us needing care.
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0 Replies |Report This| Share this:Sites to find Pain Management Doctors Anywhere in the USAvitals is good but the best one , or i should say the one i feel is most powerful and has more features to narrow your search down to practicly a neighborhood is this one:<br /><br /><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.doctorsforpain.com">http://www.doctorsforpain.com</a> <br /><br />i hope everyone uses these sites to empower themselves and get the Best care they can remember as of 2010 which is the newest data i have seen there are 3352 Certified and practicing as Pain Medicine Specialists and there are some 25 million + of us needing care.<br /><br />Peace<br />TDXSP08
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