You cannot appeal this because the dr has the right to refuse treatment if he wishes. Also a "appeal" is for the legal arena and this is medical.
The only thing you can do is try to find another pain management dr. But be aware that any new dr will read what your current/previous pain management dr has written in your medical records. If you have a PCP who can advise you that might help.
Also, others here have had problems with incorrect urine drug tests. If the drs office won't allow you to be tested again, there is nothing you can do in regards to your current/previous pain management dr.
I wish I could suggest something, but talking to your current PCP is all I can think of. Maybe someone else has some ideas.View Thread
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