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Occipital and Other Peripheral Nerve Block To Cranium

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Updated by user Aug 28, 2021

KU Medical Center 08/26/21 a year later was able to visually see differences and schedule me a 45 minute spine procedure, I feel stemming from the Occipital Nerve Block >3 Muscles Bilaterally and Other Peripheral Nerve Block >3 Muscles Bilaterally that were not...

Updated by user Jul 29, 2021

So far, the story has developed being July 29th, 2021, and I received the two nerve blocks, meant to affect both left and right sides, first nerve block injection that was unknowingly administered during a trigger point injection by Truman Medical Center, Incorporated...

Original review Jul 29, 2021
08/04/20 I went in for a trigger point injection by Dr. Farhan at Truman Medical Center.

Dr. Farhan verbally asked, "Is it okay if I give you six more shots into the back of your head and neck?" I replied "Do I need it?" Dr.

Farhan stated "Yes, your very tense I'm going to inject your head and neck six more times." Three Verbal Recordings that do not match Medical Records, no physical exams performed. "Sharp shooting pain with numbness to right pinky tip frustrated with doctors' visits" recorded by RIta Marlier PT at Truman Medical Center, Incorporated.
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