As my health and my pain associated with my health has improved over the past two-plus years I’ve come to understand much of the pain I was experiencing was because of my exposure to various agents within my environment. Because of this, I am on a journey and I am asking others to travel theContinue reading “A Time of Reflection”
STARTS HERE It was because of you my readers and fellow pain warriors asking of me to share with you more on how I managed to regain much of my functionality that After CRPS came to fruition, designed for me to journal my journey forward, to understand what got me to where I am today.Continue reading “THE ACPA TEN STEPS”
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Pain Sufferers May Not Find The Relief Perhaps it’s because of the horrific news of opioid abuse recently, but it seems as if Americans are more seriously considering whether or not to take any kind of prescription medicine to relieve pain, according to a new study. In fact, 78 percent of those surveyed in aContinue reading “THE PAIN POSSIBILITIES”
How time flys when you’re not having much fun. Now, don’t get me wrong. We had some adventures when I felt up to it this past month and a half. But the new endeavor of sharing with you my life sorta went on hold. See, we only have so many spoons to use through theContinue reading “Time Flys”
Three years ago a dentist attempted to save my jawline by not pull three of my molars that had degraded along the gum-line where previous dentists pried against the remaining tooth for leverage to extract my wisdom teeth because the roots were and probably still are healthy and vital to the formation of the jaw.Continue reading “Facial Pain… An Infection or CRPS Flare-up”
In February of 2012, I fell on the job and bruised the soft tissue of my left knee. My life has never been the same. My struggle with doctors for four years before a written diagnosis ever manifested is something I’d never wish upon my worse enemy. I firmly believe had I not agreed toContinue reading “Hello, I have CRPS”