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Using Suboxone for Chronic Pain Management When Addiction Is A Factor

Using Suboxone for Chronic Pain Management When Addiction Is A Factor

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http://www.freedomfromsufferingnow.com – In this video Dr. Stephen Grinstead discusses the role of Suboxone for more effective chronic pain management and freedom from suffering. To learn more about this topic please check out Dr. Grinstead’s Freedom From Suffering NOW Blog at the link below.

http://www.freedomfromsufferingnow.com/SteveGrinstead/Blog/index.cfm

If you or someone you care about is suffering with chronic pain with coexisting problems including addiction, please don’t wait, check out Dr. Steve Grinstead’s book “Managing Pain And Coexisting Disorders” NOW. You’ll be glad you did; so don’t procrastinate. This book has many tools that can help someone have hope and restore their enjoyment of life and stop suffering with chronic pain.

http://www.relapse.org/custom/cart/edit.asp?p=118358

DrStephen Grinstead



6 Comments
  • Dirty Dan J
    Posted at 13:54h, 07 January

    That fuckin 7 day patch sucks Zballs I have severe nerve damage and it does not help and I get all the side effects ..FUCK THAT SHIT

  • Matt Joss
    Posted at 13:54h, 07 January

    Plus i have Touryette Syndrome stage 3, and Subutex helped me to stop "Ticking", and the pain that comes along with it.

  • Matt Joss
    Posted at 13:54h, 07 January

    Subutex saved My life!! Just 1 tablet. No more pain. I have a Rod in my leg and i'm a Drummer. I couldn't deal with the pain..It was Horrible. So i got off the other pain meds, and have been ever since :)

  • Shawn Bennett
    Posted at 13:54h, 07 January

    I had a horrific accident in 03, left me with 20 lbs of hardware, was told Id never work again or walk. I got pissed off about that so I now walk and own my own business. Ive tried everything from smoking copious amounts of pot (didnt help much) to taking massive amounts of morphine, now I am taking 40 mg a day but I have been trying to find something that wont be addictive. I have been offered this drug, however I refuse to have to go to a pharmacy every morning to take my pill, not happening! It takes me around 2 hours to be able to start my day. I have to heat my body up when I get up in the hot tub, take my meds, wait until I am able to move a bit without tremendous pain, once I get to that point, I stretch, then get ready to go. I cant do that if I HAVE to go to the pharmacy. Really dont understand this seeing as I was handed over 400 100 mg Meslon each month. If I was a "drug" addict, this wouldnt bother me, its the fact that I need the pills in order to move in the am. Plus I was told that I would have to take it while there, kind of hard to do when I have to take something just to get there, freaking pissing me off! Also if I had "labeled" myself as a "drug addict" it would all be paid for, whats up wit that? I work, pay taxes, pay my medical, but seeing as Im not a low life skid, I have to pay for my meds, even though they are so I can continue to pay taxes, freaking Government (on the bright side, his names not Trump) sorry about the rant but even us hard working people just cant afford the medications! The biggest issue is if I say that I am, that label will stick with me forever, kinda like herpes does, lol

  • Monica Havemann
    Posted at 13:54h, 07 January

    I use a transdermal Buprenorphine patch for chronic back pain, wich startet when lifting a patient, during my nursing training. I change the patch once a week. It is so effective that i rarerly have any pain. I'm happy and active where I before had to lie down intermittently and had trouble just dressing myself. I cried and cried. I also feel clear headed. I tried Contalgin(morphine) and Oxycontin well as Tapentadol. The latter was very effective but had many side – effects. I realy do feel that people who doesn't not recommend pain killers often are those who had never experienced chronic pain. I feel very priviliged to be able to take something with few side – effects, wich improves the quality of my life so much.

  • DrStephen Grinstead
    Posted at 13:54h, 07 January

    When somebody is suffering with chronic pain they can get to the point they'll do ANYTHING to make it stop.  I know; I've been there. Some people even get addicted to their medication and need special help. In my Freedom From Suffering NOW Video Blog I share how Suboxone may be the best intervention possible along with concurrent cognitive behavioral addiction treatment modalities for someone with chronic pain who has developed an addictive disorder.
    Onward & Upward,
    Steve G.