*UPDATE* July 2014 --- New medications currently available through medical services:
** Approved medical requests only
IMPORTANT NOTE:The Butalbital that may be prescribed through medical services is
made by manufactures from the DEA exemption list only.
Moving Away from Tramadol Physician Contact Form
Tramadol is not a medication you should abruptly stop.
If you have been taking tramadol you should consult your physician
before abruptly discontinuing its use. If you
would like a consult with a
physician within our network about treatment options to taper away
from tramadol and move to another form of treatment, please visit our
Physician Contact Form. There is no charge or
obligation for the consult and it does not matter whether or not if you are an
Urgent notice please read!
The DEA has rescheduled tramadol (generic Ultram), into a schedule IV controlled substance,
effective August 18, 2014.
In order for our organization site to stay legal, this means we will no longer be able to
offer Tramadol as a treatment option after this date or shortly before this date depending
We highly recommend that patients consult with a physician about switching to an
alternative pain relief medication such as Gabapentin (generic Neurontin).
Although the DEA ruling seems clear, we hope that an extension may be introduced to
allow for more time to help people transition to alternative medical care.
Please call us or email if you have any further questions.
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of treatment. It is important that you review all medications you are currently taking
and your personal medical history, as well as seeking out other physicians for
additional tests and medical opinions before making any changes to your current medical
care. Services offered are not based upon online questionnaires or consultations; you
will be contacted by our staff for follow up questions and any additional information
We affirm that our organization and pharmacies in our network do not supply any controlled
substances VIA the Internet. A summary of the Ryan Haight Act of 2008 states:
Amend the Controlled Substances Act to prohibit the delivery, distribution, or dispensing of controlled substances over the Internet without a valid prescription.
Furthermore, we conform to all requirements for the dispensing and distribution of non controlled
Our organization, network physicians and dispensing pharmacies comply with all
applicable Federal and State laws governing the practice of pharmacy, including those laws
that require proper storage and handling of prescription drugs, proper record keeping, and other
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