Our team from Southwest Pain Management, Dr. Robert Groysman, MD, and Dr. Bob DeLillo, DNP, CNRA, NSPM-C have taken great lengths to reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19 for our staff and patients. While we can't guarantee anything, we have taken several steps that include:
We adhere to the Texas Medical Board rulings for scheduled pain medication prescriptions. Here are the latest updates as of July 2nd, 2020:
Can I get my pain medications filled through a phone call or video conference? If you are an established patient of Southwest Pain Management, in very limited circumstances, you can. We cannot fill pain medications for new patients that have not been seen in person even once in our office. If you have respiratory symptoms or have been diagnosed with COVID-19 but are due for your medications, we simply need a note from th ER, urgent care center, or your treating physician.
To learn more about our practice, please check out our FAQ.
Why is it important for everyone to wear a face covering that covers the nose and mouth while out in public? https://www.asahq.org/about-asa/newsroom/news-releases/2020/06/asa-apsf-joint-statement-on-the-necessity-of-wearing-face-masks-in-public
What can you do about pain in the meantime while we are in a COVID-19 pandemic?
We realize there is still much fear about COVID-19 out there. If you do not feel comfortable about coming into our office, you can do something about your pain at home.
Information about the Flu vaccine for 2020-2021 season
Let's not fight both COVID-19 and the flu this season! Get vaccinated for influenza in September or October 2020.