My therapist said I could teach the class in dealing with chronic pain. That is a compliment and far from anything to be embarrassed about. One of the best choices I ever made when I was told I had cancer a second time, this time in the breast, was to acquire a therapist to hold […]
Written by Jenn Coffey for the RSDSA blog. It is hard to find anything good in the news, especially concerning medical care, in the COVID era. As a patient, there are times that I feel invisible to those around me. Harder still is the number of people I have grown to care for and found […]
39:18 New Paragraph; Definition Added; Controlled Drug Prescription Health and Safety Program. Amend RSA 318-B:31 by inserting after paragraph I the following new paragraph: I-a.(a) “Chronic pain” means a state in which pain persists beyond the usual course of an acute disease or healing of an injury, or that might or might not be associated […]
My Dad is unique. See my Dad in 1971 had a choice to be my Dad or not. There were relatives that wanted to adopt me after the divorce and the abandonment of my egg donor. It made perfect sense in that day and age to send a daughter to a relative and was actually […]
Can’t wait for the next Taz Clan Adventure!
Remission Kitchen Trailer By Sarah Hinzman
having now completed the first two weeks of daily infusions and a follow-up infusion after 2 weeks of rest I can now give you a report on how I am feeling and how the infusion went this completes my trial. Of the ketamine infusion experimental treatment. I will now start monthly treatments in 4 weeks […]
Infusion number 9 of 10 for the loading dose treatment of complex regional pain syndrome also known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy and post-mastectomy pain syndrome. loading doses consists of 10 infusions that take place over a course of two weeks. Over the first few days the dose is slowly raised then there will be two […]