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By: tami.blackburn.3
Dr Bruce Massau
I couldn't agree more with the previous comment. I've seen him for over a year and has the worst personality for a Dr ever! He enjoys demeaning you, "scolding" you and when you leave you think "what just happened". He's fairly good managing your pain but is a complete A$$ doing it. I dealt with him as long as I could because sometimes relieving the pain is worth the price of 15 mins of his narcissism. However he fired me today(like 4th time but somehow I ended up rescheduling) not today tho....he said find another Dr and I said ok....wanted to say ty my pleasure. Ess fired over a situation he felt he would be responsible for but impossible because he wasn't involved however leaving me without meds can be disastrous for him if rescheduling elsewhere takes months to get in. If you choose him as he says about any Dr your seeing surgeons included GOOD LUCK!!!!
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By: Jason H.
Dr Bruce Massau
The rules for his office are straight to the point, Fill out ALL your paperwork BEFORE arrival, Do not be LATE. If you can't follow his instructions then he isn't the Dr for you.But if you have chronic pain and want to have a better quality of life and your pain under control he is BEST I have seen, along with his NP Amy Kirk! Trust me there are pill mills around here and this isn't 1 of them, They TREAT your pain.
Tips & Advices
Several forms of pain management exist that are not approved typically treated by physicians or covered by health insurance plans. These include therapies like acupuncture, for example, or herbal preparations sold in stores. Before beginning any form of treatment or medication not approved by a doctor, it’s a good idea to still reach out to a physician or expert in alternative medicine for advice, or conduct some research online first.
Managing pain in children can be complicated, as kids may have more difficulty communicating their pain to doctors. Children also need to be more carefully monitored when taking most medications.
Health insurance might cover a selection of approved pain management therapies. Every insurance plan is different, so patients should check with their provider to make sure.
Patients might be instructed to continue therapy at home, either through regular exercise or specific treatment. Some people also find that getting frequent rest, taking warm baths or avoiding certain foods, for example, can help manage pain.
Side effects depend on the exact drugs and dosages used, as well as the disease being treated and many other factors. Some pain-relieving drugs, especially opioids, are known to cause drowsiness. Many antidepressants also cause a variety of adverse effects. Doctors must work closely with patients to minimize these side effects in the course of treatment.

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