Love your name, it brings a smile to this tired face tonight.
When someone is having trouble finding good medical care I often suggest going to the nearest university/teaching hospital. In your case you have a world renown medical center in Dallas. (I had to look on a map to see where Tyler is. Hear the name before but I had no idea where in Texas it is located.) You can log onto their website and find a doctor who treats your problem. I saw they do have a pain clinic and it sounds as if they are doing a lot of research in that area. Might just be a wonderful find for you.
Below is a paragraph from their site and a link to it also. Even thought it's a long drive for you I think for some good diagnostics and treatment it would be well worth it. Also, if they could get you stabilized then they can turn your care back over to someone closer to you. I hope this gives you somewhere to start looking.
ChutzUT Southwestern Medical Center ranks among the world's top academic medical centers. Its physicians provide the highest quality of care throughout the medical center's hospitals and clinical practices — health care often based on research conducted in UT Southwestern's own laboratories. Its faculty members — responsible for a broad array of groundbreaking biomedical research advances — are respected for their dedication to teaching and training.www.utsouthwestern.edu/patientcare.html
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