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Just finished up home visit from Neurocare services

  We now have a proper name for what is wrong: Functional Neurological Disorder.  It’s not all in my head, I’m not making it up. FDN is as common as MS and Parkinson’s with similar levels of disability and impairments … Continue reading

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Visit to the GP.

After a lengthy discussion, and some pointed questions, a course of action has been set up.As it’s not the brain, but nerve pain, I don’t have to ditch other medication, but it will be shelved for a while. For now, … Continue reading

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Knee Replacement 1 year Post Op.

Knee joint replacement is great. I managed to dodge a bullet when I caught pneumonia, as it’s common for infections to spread from one area of the body to the joint replacement area. The acute pain I’ve been having. Mr … Continue reading

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Follow up with Dr S

First off, ow. The exam to see if the 2nd SynVisc injection is working hurts like hell.  Pull, push, bend, flex. Check to see if there is side to side movement.   Even with the swelling I had on Sunday (furniture … Continue reading

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Don’t think it’s placebo effect

Today was the first morning I didn’t have to put the knee compresssion band on my right knee when I swung my legs out of bed. I was able to stand, and walk to the “TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN” … Continue reading

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Amazing what three months of care and treatment will do

Today, we visited An at the hospital, to take her out on a lunch date.  An is like a completely different person than the wounded soul that was admitted to the hospital 3 months ago. She smiled, laughed, greeted everyone with a … Continue reading

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