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Chronic Pain Clinics
Posted by: Cheryl Besche
Date: June 26, 2000 5:03 PM

I have chronic head aches, back pains, and sciatica problems from a car accident in 1997. I have had to quit my work, am on disability and am have been trying to cure the ailments unsuccessfully. I have had spinal adjustments, physical therapy, trigger injections, epidurals, and am currently on hydrocodone, diazapam and Prozac. The anti-inflamatories cause nausea; aspirin does the same. I am currently trying to strengthen my hips, arms, stomach and shoulders. I hope this will relieve my pain enough that I can enjoy simple sports. I am hyper-mobile, or double jointed in most areas. This makes stabilization harder. My headaches are becoming worse. I am afraid that, after a year, the trigger injections and epidurals are wearing off. They did not cure me completely for even one year. I was told I had too many and there was nothing more they could do for me. I have been in denial of this disability, I have no choice but to face things now. It has been three years. $35,000 in medical bills. Is there any information you can give me?

RE: Chronic Pain Clinics
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, MD
Date: June 27, 2000 12:03 PM

You sound like an ideal candidate for prolotherapy. Read this article carefully:

[www.medical-library.net]

RE: Chronic Pain Clinics
Posted by: Cheryl Besche
Date: June 27, 2000 3:00 PM

I am skeptical.

RE: Chronic Pain Clinics
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, MD
Date: June 28, 2000 1:01 AM

I don't have time to convince you. I only use what works. Prolotherapy works. Two books: Prolo Your Pain Away and Pain, Pain, Go Away.



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