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Part 2 – Audio Interview with Dr. Robert T. Cochran Jr. on Music City View

Music City View host, Drew Bourke, sat down with Dr. Robert Cochran for an in-depth interview about opiates, his practice, and what patients are like who suffer from bipolar and extensive pain.

“Interestingly enough, Dr. Cochran is well aware of how many people who seek opiates to help with back and neck pain, will resort to buying them on the street. His patients have been honest with him on this topic and also helped him understand the depth of the pain they suffer, and also the extent they will go to find relief.

Anyone interested in learning more about opiate pain management, opiates, and their effect on bipolar disorder and chronic pain should acquaint themselves with all three of Doctor Cochran’s books. The Opiate Cure, though the last in the series, is a great place to begin”, according to Mr. Bourke.
(Available at Amazon.com in soft cover and Kindle versions)

Click the books below to order today.

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Part 1 – Audio Interview with Dr. Robert T. Cochran Jr. on Music City View

Music City View host, Drew Bourke, recently sat down with Dr. Robert Cochran for an in-depth interview about his retirement, and the many challenges he faced as a cutting-edge physician.

“I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Robert T. Cochran Jr. Our conversation was intriguing, thanks to the many facets of Dr. Cochran’s career, and of course, the controversy surrounding the three books he authored, The Opiate Cure, Understanding Chronic Pain and Curing Chronic Pain”, according to Mr. Bourke.
(Available at Amazon.com in soft cover and Kindle versions)

Dr. Cochran explains the challenges he and many other physicians are facing who have tried to introduce what are considered, “unconventional treatments” into the mainstream medical community.

Dr. Cochran retired in December 2012, though his work is apparently not yet complete.

Click the books below to order today.

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Interviews with Doctor Robert Cochran of The Opiate Cure Raises Web Traffic

In early March 2013, Starmaker PR Group / Music City View posted a series of Interviews with Dr. Robert T. Cochran Jr. The nearly 60-minute interview was hosted by Drew Bourke of Music City View, and featured candid questions for Dr. Cochran regarding his activity with the state medical board and the prescribing of opiates to his patients for the treatment and cure of both bipolar disorder, and also chronic pain syndrome.

In the interview, Dr. Cochran is careful not to step on the toes of the state medical boards or the pharmaceutical companies, but there seems to be an underlying tone of discontent with the “higher up’s” regarding their treatment toward doctors using them to treat pain management, and perhaps more radically, bipolar disorder.

The interview was broken into three segments, making it easier for people to download and listen on their phones, or while driving in their car.

You can download the episodes by clicking the links below:
Interview with Dr. Robert T. Cochran Jr – Part 1
Interview with Dr. Robert T. Cochran Jr – Part 2
Interview with Dr. Robert T. Cochran Jr – Part 3

Three Books That Changed Thousands of Lives Regarding Chronic Pain and Bipolar Disorder

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Over the past fourteen years, recently retired physician, Dr. Robert T. Cochran, Jr., published three books regarding the treatment and possible cure for chronic pain symptoms and bipolar disorder. The most controversial of the three books is undoubtedly the third which is titled, “The Opiate Cure: Pain and the Bipolar Spectrum”. In The Opiate Cure, Dr Cochran claims that by paying attention to often minute details gathered from his patients, he was able to “cure” both chronic pain and bipolar disorder. Needless to say, this cased controversy within the medical community due to the stigma attached to prescribing often strong opiates. Making the controversy most interesting is the fact that there are literally thousands of former patients of Dr. Cochran who undoubtedly feel they were “cured” of both bipolar disorder and chronic pain symptoms after having been prescribed opiates.

Dr Robert T Cochran Jr - Nashville Pain Specialist and author of The Opiate Cure

The Question: Do these books indeed offer a valid treatment or possible cure for chronic pain symptoms and bipolar disorder?
Perhaps the question should be rephrased, “Do we trust the often negative opinions found within the medical community regarding these books, or do we trust the thousands of patients who claim they were cured?” In most every former patient’s testimonial we have found, one phrase resonates over and over again, “Dr. Cochran changed my life”.

“The only way to know for sure is to read these fascinating books and decide for yourself.” (Click on any book cover below to visit Amazon.com and buy the books today.)

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If you or someone you know suffers fro bipolar and/or chronic pain symptoms, we encourage you to read all three of Dr. Robert Cochran’s books. And, when seeking this form of treatment from your local physician, we’ve been told by many patients that sharing these books with their physician helped in receiving better treatment. All three books are available at Amazon.com in paperback format. Kindle additions are available for both The Opiate Cure and Curing Chronic Pain.

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