Compassionate pain management awaits you at Kroll Care, Georgia licensed pain clinic # 350. Our goal is to meet the needs of patients so as to provide them with the opportunity of having a meaningful quality of life. To achieve this we utilize multiple modalities. Unlike many interventional “pain” clinics, KROLL CARE, PC's approachNEVER requires that a patient receive any of these procedures as a condition of obtaining treatment with appropriate medications.
Whether your best treatment will consist of an interventional procedure performed in our state of the art procedure room by a physician with more than 20 years’ experience, and/or taking medications (narcotics and non-narcotics), and/or wearing a brace and/or using a Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator, and/or using a topical application, and/or receiving chiropractic care, and/or participating in CBT – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with one of our Doctors of Psychology, and/or reviewing your X-rays taken in our digital X-ray suite, your treatment goals and methods will be decided by you and your providers together.
Daily Morphine Equivalents
The relative potency of opioid medications are calculated in Daily Morphine Equivalents (ME’s). This allows a comparison to the medication “load” from medication to medication. There are some variations among the many conversion calculators but all agencies now use some form of ME. Here are examples of relative ME’s: read more
Kroll Care has expanded it’s laboratory testing capability
We are now able to offer complete blood testing in our in-house laboratory. This is in addition to our existing urine drug testing laboratory which gives us control of the process without having to ship specimens out.
You are the Focus
Every patient is unique, and we will you as an individual. At Kroll Care, we take the time to listen to our patients needs and wants to make your care as convenient as possible.
The relative potency of opioid medications are calculated in Daily Morphine Equivalents (ME’s). This allows a comparison to the medication “load” from medication to medication. There are some variations among the many conversion calculators but all agencies now use some form of ME.
Medicare has announced that beginning January 1, 2019, opioid amounts greater than 90 Daily Morphine Equivalents (ME) will not be automatically approved and we fully expect other insurers to follow suit.