Ratings for Dr. Pamela Squire
dr p squire all she did for me was introduce fentanyl patch that almost killed me , then wrote an untrue letter about our visit ,,what else would i expect from wcb referral then after i got addicted i was left with no /yes no help with a treatment program or centre after i got addicted pain actually went away when i healed up ...go figure/// no pain and addiction free ...on my own thanks dr you are a bad dr still dealing with the fall out 0/10
I had experienced 5 years of chronic back pain and had tried the usual medications, physiotherapy, chiropractic, IMS, massage, and even a spinal block. The pain was getting so bad that I had considered changing careers. I saw Dr. Squire only once, and the consultation was very thorough and not at all rushed. She addressed my pain with a single prolotherapy injection ($70) done in her office, and I've been pain free ever since. In short, she's great, and you're lucky if you can get a referral to see her!
Dr squire has been helping me for just about a year she has saved my life with her treatment for my pain the help she has given me and got me for my pain and head problems caused by my pain thank you from the bottom of my hart Dr Pamela squire you rock
I got a referral from my doctor but Dr Squire would only see me if I paid for the visits $340 per hour. Gave no indication of how many visits this would require or what the treatment would be pretty disappointed considering she is in the business of helping people with their pain.
Dr. Squire is thorough, attentive, and caring. I am so grateful for her help. I don't mind if she is running late as she gives everyone the time they need for their particular injury. Sasha is a gem...respectful and kind. They make a wonderful team!
Dr. Squire has been treating me since I was 17 when my care was being transferred over to her from my complex pain specialists at Children's Hospital. I was in 3 serious car accidents as a kid that left me with a complex and highly painful case of chronic pain that affects several areas of my body. I am so blessed to have such a knowledgable, compassionate and up to date doctor who has always been willing and eager to try different treatments to improve my quality of life. When something isn't working, she doesn't give up. When I first started seeing her, I limped into her office in an incredible amount of pain, on crutches almost full time and "living" what I considered to be a very low quality of life. The pain was not being managed, my team at children's basically gave up,, and I was miserable.. After working with Dr. Squire (we are a good team in my care!) I'm now walking without crutches with the exception of a few days per year, and am attending school which I was previously unable to do. I am currently on what I hope to be the road to recovery from another recent car accident that set me back by scrambling my brain, neck, and back, thanks to her and my physiotherapists. I have seen the best of the best in the field of paediatric pain management, and Dr. Squire has been the only one really able help me achieve a better quality of life; for that, I am forever indebted to her. I couldn't have imagined a better transition from paediatric pain management to adult pain management. Thank you Pam for all you do to help those who need you. And thank you Sasha for always making sure I get an appt when I need one; I love that I can call and say "Hey Sash its (insert first name)" and she knows who it is without asking for other details.
Dr. Squire was initially helpful at my first appointment but when I could not afford her treatment option she was extremely unpleasant and unhelpful. At my first follow-up appointment she had instucted me to schedule she asked me why I was there and what I needed...clearly I need help with managing my pain is she or is she not a "chronic pain specialist". She has no other recommendation for me other then a treatment I can't afford. I would hope when a doctor runs out of options for you they would refer you to someone they believe could help you with what they can't.
Was great until I didn't respond to her treatment (allergic reaction to the medication that did not help my pain), then I became "too complex" to treat unless I booked a private consult (at my expense of course). Poor listening skills, often has mistakes in her reports. Is really late for appointments and then is interrupted many times during your appointment for things like hotel bookings and conference dates.
Dr. Pamela Squire's Credentials
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- University of Saskatchewan (Grad. 1988)
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