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Pain Management Specialist for Crohn’s Disease

Pain Management Specialist for Crohn’s Disease



Yes – this Specialty DOES EXIST. These Doctors are Compassionate Professionals who Treat the “Person” (and not JUST the “Patient”) and through various Pain Management drugs, procedures and philosophies they help you improve your Quality of Life – despite having a difficult Chronic Illness.

The Video also explains why many Primary/Treating Physicians such as Gastroenterologists do not like to prescribe the types of drugs typically administered by Pain Management Specialists. At first, it may seem a bit cruel when you consider the Pain associated with some Crohn’s Disease Flare-ups but Closely monitoring a Chronically Ill Patient’s “Dependency” vs. “Addiction” with those kinds of drugs is too much to ask of even the most compassionate Gastroenterologist.

The Video also details the Responsibilities a Patient must assume once he or she becomes part of a Pain Management Practice and it also points out some helpful tips to be used in finding the Pain Management Practice that is right for YOU.



10 Comments
  • james kitchenside
    Posted at 07:49h, 05 April

    This was a good video but theres also the issue with the harder meds for pain relief which i found out the hard way when the doc told me they were screwing up my kidneys and i was only on codiene max dose for 4 years. I can no longer take any kind of pain relief now so this is one issue i would ask people to consider checking before going down this route

  • james kitchenside
    Posted at 07:49h, 05 April

    This was a good video but theres also the issue with the harder meds for pain relief which i found out the hard way when the doc told me they were screwing up my kidneys and i was only on codiene max dose for 4 years. I can no longer take any kind of pain relief now so this is one issue i would ask people to consider checking before going down this route

  • Free man
    Posted at 07:49h, 05 April

    My gf has Chron's and lost her job last year due to constant, intense, daily pain.  Marijuana turned out to be a miracle cure for the pain and flare ups.  Her main Chron's Dr would not prescribe her, but she found one that did. Before you start taking oxy or some other heroin pills, try smoking a little green.  My gf is not addicted, doesn't like the taste or high, but it relieves her pain instantly when it's severe.  Maybe 2x a month now.  I was a huge skeptic of mj actually helping her.  I thought it was a racket potheads use to get legal weed.  Low and behold, it has actually helped her live life again.  

  • Julie Jo Koehler
    Posted at 07:49h, 05 April

    I appreciate your attitude, agree with much you said! I've shared your video at my lupus sites and groups-HUGS-sister in inflammatory conditions. 😉 JJ

  • dwayners13
    Posted at 07:49h, 05 April

    Wow, I can't believe the similarities. I live in Canada & was fortunate to meet my PS by chance, he was putting me out for a scope. He has developed a program that addresses my unique needs, patches, sprays & dissolvable tabs. I do have to go to the ER when it gets to far off, but it's less now. Same exact rules, 1 doc, 1 pharm. but they communicate really well. My GI & fam. Doc defer all pain management to him, which os OK by me. He actually calls me for updates & took time to understand my li

  • FlankerBoone
    Posted at 07:49h, 05 April

    Well done guy, in a similar situation where crohns has gone after my joints and SI joints causing severe pain that really doesn't go away. Some of these doctors always first react with suspicion that you are trying to dupe them. It really sucks having to go through this initial prejudice until you have a solid relationship with a doctor.

  • nateo200
    Posted at 07:49h, 05 April

    @nateo200 I don't like opioids but Im not waiting for a miracle anymore, pain has destroyed allot of my ambitions even before becoming an adult.I have been taking Oxycodone for 6 months now and have taken it on and off in the past. It does indeed produce a strong euphoria one might chase but I can't afford pain AND a habit.After 6 months I can say that I am not addicted,I stopped taking it for a week and I felt like shit but I did not have "cravings".

  • nateo200
    Posted at 07:49h, 05 April

    I'm 18 and I have Crohns diseased&Ankylosing Spondylitis.Ive had Chronic pain for 3 years now, then I started having severe neck pain 24/7. It is hell on earth dealing with pain, stress and physicians. My Internist was weary and I felt bad so I checked in weekly.in the end she called me a drug addict.If pain free is addicted then "addicted" I will be, I'm not doing pain anymore.I see a PM doc and get injections and take Oxycodone (Oxy does not bind me up as bad as other opiates).

  • tsaallen
    Posted at 07:49h, 05 April

    very good and honest video. being a crohns patient too i have been down the line of pain management specialist and it is so important to have a compassionate doctor who looks out for you and monitors your usage of some of the heavier narcotic drugs. the most important part is you still work with your GI doc to manage pain and when all else fails that's when the pain doc's can be a blessing. like you said it's a big responsibility for a doctor to prescribe narcotics and should be used properly

  • Meredith Hammett
    Posted at 07:49h, 05 April

    If you don't mind me asking, what did your pain management doctor prescribe you to manage your chronic pain? I have Crohn's myself, and I am staying in flare up mode and cannot get out of it. I am going to make an appointment with a pain doctor tomorrow, and I've had to see one before. I just didn't want to get back on heavy duty narcotics again, but looks like now I don't have a choice. When I am in the hospital, they end up giving me 4 mg of delaudid (I.V. of course)…