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11/11/2014
By: octobersrust
CPS WhiteHouse,TN.
I have just started my treatment at this new location, and am new to CPS. Katherine was super helpful on taking my referral and making sure my first visit was a success. Dr. Schooley really listened to me, and took me seriously. I did not feel rushed or ignored. She got my mri ordered immediately (literally) and we are working on treatment plans for the multiple issues I have with my back and neck.Everyone at the office is very helpful, friendly and professional. I have yet to call and not have someone actually answer (I know!!) and/or call me back asap to answer my questions.So far so good. Once you've been treated like a number, not cared for, not called back, mis diagnosed etc, you will really appreciate a place like cps. Thanks so much, I feel better than I have in months.
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08/10/2016
By: Arlene Y.
CPS WhiteHouse,TN.
I am older my body has been through many injuries, disfuntions, and cancer. All that being said, I expect to be treated with basic human respect. There is never a reason for a medical professional to be unkind to patients.CPS is the ONLY pain management facility that I have not only been treated with respect, but kindness and friendliness. Most importantly the doctor (Barbara Schooley) is kind, funny, respectful, CARING and PROFESSIONAL. Do not waste your time and money with any other so called helping professionals. Dr. Barbara Schooley is the best in her profession in this area.
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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