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By: Wendy W.
Pain Associates Of NE Ohio
I’m not difficult or especially picky about doctors, but this was the WORST experience ever! This was a couple of years back. The doctor seemed... off a bit (to put it nicely). Once home, I researched him on the internet. He had gotten in BIG trouble for being addicted to painkillers, himself! He wrote prescriptions to himself in his wife’s & other people’s names. Then he would take the medication with alcohol. He was caught, reprimanded, & when he was eventually allowed to return to work - you guessed it! It was right here at this pain clinic!Before that “doctor” came to work here, they had an “inhouse pharmacy” in the same building! You got your prescription, then went to the next doorway & they filled it. Once this “doctor with a history” came to work there, they had to shut down the inhouse pharmacy because of his past indiscretions. Beyond horrible experience.
By: Scott S.
Mahoning Pain Management
They take your "RIGHTS" away from you. You must live within there guidelines.......Your the dog on the Leash. I'm a dog with no legs. I need them. And were do they think the overdoses are coming from? Hint Hint!! We can't just look away. They can't be that stupid. God Help Us.
By: John C.
Pain Associates Of NE Ohio
The people are so rude. Never have I been treated so bad and talked so poorly to. Just plain RUDE! All they care about is getting your money and billing outrageous amounts to your insurance company. And if you need to talk to there billing Dept. Good luck. Rudest most non caring people ever.
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By: Mike S.
Mahoning Pain Management
Donatelli was a real a hole. I find him prejudice and very judgmental. He wasnt concerned with understanding my health. I felt extremely uncomfortable.
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By: Luckie S.
Pain Associates Of NE Ohio
People, beware of places like this one. This place is your typical "pill mill", hooking a patient on pain medications pushed by Big Pharma. Although I do realize there are certain medical conditions that call for pain medication relief, this group of "medical professionals" are far from the description as being professional. In particular, a so-called Physician's Assistant, Priscilla E. Briguglio, often violates the Hippa Privacy Act; who will be under investigation and will be removed from practicing medicine. Keep close track to the charges they tend to rack up on your medicaid bill. I am witness to the evidence showing this same "PA" has placed false billing charges (totaling $1200.00!) towards medicaid for counseling and rehabilitation for a former patient that NEVER took place!! This means YOU, the taxpayer, is getting ripped off by these false billing charges! If you need to go to this place, keep a sharp eye on your account, your medical records, and most important, yourself.
By: Celeste B.
Mahoning Pain Management
Had no problem with the staff. Dr Donatelli took time explained everything asked if I had any questions. During the procedure he told what he was doing every step of the way and told me what I would b experiencing . This was very important to me. Would recommend him.
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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