That's basically what I need to know. I've had multi traumas back to back, to my body and had to be on the pain meds. but with the last surgery to remove tumors out of my back, I am better than I've been in years so I'm in physical therapy and getting stronger every day...is it really possible that after being on morphine and Oxycontin for 12 years that I can get off of them? Because if that's the case,,,please someone tell me how to do this..there is no inpatient treatment center near here where I live, so that is not an option for me...also, I have been on disability for a long time so I wouldn't have the money to check into one anywhere else..I have medicare and mediCal but I'm not sure if there is coverage for a treatment center....any suggestions are greatly appreciated...
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