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By: Victoria B.
Arkansas Spine & Pain
I've always been treated with kindness and compassion by Dr. Qureshi and his staff; something I'm not used to as a fibromyalgia sufferer. I can't even tell you how many doctors I've weeded out over the years that would talk down to my about my symptoms and treat me poorly.I've been suffering with constant myofascial pain and other issues with my back for about three years. I've been coming to this office for about six months, and I have been much more able to manage my pain as of late. The trigger point injections that we have tried have had a significant impact, and my life has been much more livable since I decided to reach out to this clinic.
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By: Rachael D.
Jennings, Jill K
Dr. Jennings is amazing has helped with all of my medical needs, love her, but their office personnel are horrible to work with. Their business personnel told us when asking questions that conversation ended, to shut up, and hung up on us.
By: Mrs. V.
Dr. Janina B Bonwich, MD
I went into her office last year needing double hernia repair. I wanted to have it done lapraroscopic. We talked about it and the old fashioned way( I call the barbaric way). I left the office expecting lapraroscopic surgery for my hernia repair. Yes I signed the form, but I was under the impression it was for the laparoscopic surgery. BEFORE YOU SIGN, MAKE THEM TELL YOU EXACTLY WHAT IT SAYS. I mean it is in all medical terminology which you are not supposed to understand. I was the first patient for the day. She had no excuse to not come in and see me. Even when I asked several times for her. They kept saying she will be in. She never did and I heard a nurse as I was going under that she was waiting for me to out before she came in. To my great disappointment I did not have the laparoscopic surgery. The staff was very good and gave excellent care. But the recovery room staff did not tell me how to raise myself from bed after having double hernia surgery. (a trick you do by using a rolled up towell).Which I learned after the fact and after I tore one. I would not go back to her for anything. I know a couple of UAMS doctors who are very thoughtful and care about you and your treatment. But the other few I have seen are governed by the system and it is the money first, students and what they need for them. Patient Care is not first.
By: Terrie S.
Legacy Spine & Neurological Specialist
Dr Kelli is amazing! Very intelligent and really cares about her patients! Treats everyone like family. Doesn't over book, so you get seen within 5-15 minutes of your appointment time.
By: Ginger C.
Dr. Ali I Raja, MD, MSC
This place is a joke my husband still in bad pain as he was.before we came called in back at 320pm
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By: jessica.morgan.71868
Little Rock Pain Management Clinic, LLC
I went in sat for 3 hours just to spend a total of 3 mins with the doctor for her to say after looking at your medical records I am not gonna take you on as a patient. She suggested I get my money back and so did the receptionist, but now they are refusing to issue me a refund.
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By: Ivory H.
Dr. Richard D Peek, MD
Richard Peek is the absolute best ever. He's patient and understanding. I recommend him to anyone and everyone w back issues.
By: Shannon M.
Guard, Peggy K, MD
worst experience I have ever had in my life. She would not put me on bed rest even though I was bleeding, I was young and didn't know what to do so I listened to my dr. Resulted in my baby being born too early and passing away. at my post delivery apt she asked how the baby was doing...
By: K B.
Little Rock Pain Management Clinic, LLC
I can not say enough great things about this clinic! I'm not sure what Kylee's role (the girl at the desk) is because she seems to do it all, but she is nothing short of amazing! There is not enough words or things I could say or do for her to show her how much I appreciate her! The first time I spoke with her she took the time to answer all of my questions, she spoke to me with respect and true compassion, but most of all she was friendly! It was like picking up the phone and calling that friend you hadn't talked to in a while. She's the reason I picked this clinic and I am so glad I did! I never felt like a addict here! I never felt like me or my issues and pains were insignificant, I didn't feel rushed once Dr.Murphy came into my room. I was treated like a human being who mattered by all of the staff! Dr.Murphy is hands down the best doctor I have ever seen. She was truly caring and concerned. You can't put a price tag on quality health care, your quality of life, or peace of mind but you definitely get that here at this clinic. If you're looking for a detox program or pain management clinic stop searching and call them today! I know you won't be disappointmented. I have recommended others-some I know, some I didn't, and they all say the exact same thing!!
By: jonathan.tonymon
Nallur, Shiva, MD
Overall I really do enjoy having Doctor Nallur as my Primary Care Physician. He's polite, on schedule and sometimes early so I can go about my daily things. He displays compassion for me as a patient and he has patience in dealing with the staff he works around and other patients. The environment is that of professionalism and I would recommend that clinic and Doctor Nallur to anyone I know that is need of a PCP and clinic to go to.
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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