Friday, June 10, 2011

Neuropathic Pain, Spinal Cord Injury Victim First to Undergo Embryonic Stem Cell Therapy

Neuropathic pain is hard to treat. I been battling this since I was shot. I share a lot of information about my injury and spinal cord injury. If you want to share your story or explain Neuropathic pain leave a comment or follow me on twitter, FB, Getglue

Spinal Cord Injury Victim First to Undergo Embryonic Stem-Cell Therapy
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/spinal-cord-injury-victim-undergo-embryonic-stem-cell/story?id=13742532

6 comments:

Stem cells treatment said...

Stem cell therapy is an intervention strategy that introduces new adult stem cells into damaged tissue in order to treat disease or injury.

Jeffrey Ramsey said...

I'm sorry I haven't replied in a long time, I been fighting these horrible complications with all my senses and didn't have time to catch up and reply to everyone. Its the hardest I've had to fight, after being shot.

Gina Williams said...

I was shot 9 times by my ex-boyfriend and my injury is at L1 I am paralyzed from the waist down and I have been having neuropathic pain for almost 3 years now. I have tried many meds and nothing works. It does feels good when my sister massages my legs and applies pressure. Sometimes I use a shoe string to tie around my leg to apply pressure because it feels good. I really want this pain to go away. I am so sleep deprived because I hurt all day every day and even at night. Just wanted to let you know I feel your pain. Gina W

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Thomas said...

Neuropathic pain results from damage to or dysfunction in the nervous system, triggered by trauma, infections and nervous system disorders. This type of pain is difficult to treat and often requires a combination of pharmacological therapies, psychological counseling and the use of some form of alternative and complementary medicine.