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The way relief continued…

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A few months into my implant and I felt like I was human again… my senses were back and it was incredible!! That thick pain fog was lifted and I could taste, smell, see, concentrate, focus, remember, listen, think, plan, dream, enjoy, laugh, read, oh what bliss!!!! And I also realised that the anaesthetic gives great long-lasting relief to my nervous system.

So, clearly it was time for research. Here I was for almost four years thinking my issue must have been motor/mechanical but still considering Regional Pain Syndrome, Pain loops etc along the way. I picked up a book my massage therapist, Pam Frost recommended: Norman Doidge, MD | The Brain That Changes Itself. The book referenced Dr Lorimer Moseley and mentioned something along the lines of him extending the ‘mirror box’ experiment and stated he was Australian!

So I googled… I found an ABC interview with Margaret Throsby that I had actually heard before but not remembered, and many many email addresses for a point of contact. So I wrote… I thought either I can help myself, I can help Lorimer (yes, we’re on first name basis now!) or both! Lorimer’s reply was simple: ‘…tell me roughly where you are and i can link you up with someone good’. And boy did he!!

Continue Reading: Read what happened next…

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  • Schagne

    I contacted him too. He didn’t reply.

  • Mark S.B.

    Soula I found traction helped my pain a lot, my pain is mostly in my neck so traction was excellent pulling the disc away from each other. Seems traction for the lower part of your body might help, just a thought.

    • Soula Mantalvanos

      Definitely no traction for me. But awareness for the space between the discs. Have you tried Alexander Technique? Great awareness for chronic pain. For all really.

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