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Hoping for relief from suffering chronic occipitocervical decompression left-sided dysthesia pain that

Posted by @mullinsmry in Just Want to Talk, Oct 24, 2012

Hoping for relief from suffering chronic occipitocervical decompression left-sided dysthesia pain that occurred after a laminectomy in 2008. I was paralyzed on left side after surgery. Miraculously, after months of therapy I'm walking. I suffer Morton's neuroma and periphreal neuropathy. The nerve pain, neck stiffness, back pain, arm heaviness, leg weakness, arm, neck, leg numbness and pain has exacerbated due to automobile accident in 2011. Medications aren't providing relief. Epidurals, steroid injections, aren't providing much relief. Suffering chronic fatigue and depression. Quality of life is nonexistent.

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