A sign requesting "No Soliciting" hangs on the door of New England Compounding in Framingham, Mass., Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)
OAK RIDGE, Tenn. - The PCA Pain Care clinic in Oak Ridge has been named one of three clinics in the state to have treated patients with the tainted steroids linked to the meningitis outbreak.
Faydra England has been a patient of the clinic for years due to chronic back pain from a wreck she was in seven years ago.
Dr. Donald Jones pulled England aside earlier this month to tell her the injections could've been infected.
"It scared me. It scared me really bad. I tried not to overreact until I knew exactly what was going on. I'm still trying to not overreact. I'm trying to keep a level head, but it's very scary," said England.
England underwent her second spinal tap Wednesday to determine whether she tested positive for meningitis.
PCA Pain Care Center declined to comment.