Alabama Pain Center

Alabama Pain Center
Alabama Pain Center 600 WHITESPORT DR.
Huntsville, AL 35801

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About Alabama Pain Center

Alabama Pain Center is a Pain Management Specialist facility at 600 WHITESPORT DR. in Huntsville, AL.
Primary Specialty

Pain Management Specialist

Practice Alabama Pain Center
Services Alabama Pain Center provides pain management in Huntsville, AL. A Pain Management Specialist is a physician who has four extra years learning anesthesiology and pain medicine to help patients with pain management.

Please call Alabama Pain Center at (256) 882-2003 to schedule an appointment in Huntsville, AL or to get more information.
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Recent Reviews
Been a patient here for 7 years. It started out great, I was on great medication, and my nurse practitioners were awesome. I had a car accident and was recommended a pain pump. It went down hill FAST from there. I've been treated like a addict and, Told my opinion didn't matter, I was told to shut up, and that I was talking crazy. My pain has increased but my level of care has not.

I have been made to take classes that haven't helped me or anyone else who have taken them. I want go somewhere else but to take out the pump would require 5 weeks, because the Fentynal is very addictive, and the withdrals are going tobe hell.
I've been places before where they counted my pills and made me feel like an addict but also treated everyone this way. But, ALPC hasn't made me feel that way ever. I do think they are doing alot of unnecessary things whether it's to make extra money or not. I had one injection treatment in the office and it was the most painful I'd ever had. They offer no pain medicine or anything to calm you. I was ignored during the treatments while the doctor talked to the other nurses and sang to his music. I am on a medication that has helped me more than any other clinic has so I can't complain too much. But after going for 7 months now, I can't get them to up my medicine any. They say it's either another injection or nothing. So I'm stuck with same levels of everything and the more I do, the more I hurt, so I'm not able to be more active like I'd like to be. I now see a nurse practioner since I don't get injections and she's a cold fish. It's turned into a cattle mentality now, herd them in, hand out the script, type in the computer the same thing and herd them out. UP to you to try them. They are not horrible, and no where else is even any better. They do offer PT and counseling for depression in the same building so you can do more than just get scripts.
Recent Polls
Was this doctor's staff friendly?
Did this doctor answer all of your questions?
No, I left confused and frustrated
Did you leave the office feeling satisfied with your visit?
No, I felt confused and uneasy when I left
Is this provider willing to pursue advice from other providers when necessary?
Probably not
How would you compare this provider to others in his/her field that you have visited?
Pretty bad
Were the waiting room chairs comfortable at this doctor's office?
Extremely comfortable; I could have fallen asleep
Was this doctor's staff friendly?
Yes, they went above and beyond
Does this doctor use current and safe equipment?
Yes; the equipment is very advanced!
Did you leave the office feeling satisfied with your visit?
Do you think this provider would be willing to pursue advice from other professionals if they run into a snag in your treatment?
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