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Wednesday, February 2, 2011
How to Recover from CRPS/RSD
28 Shvat 5771
CRPS/RSD is in the news: CRPS - a Mysterious and Debilitating Pain Disorder. I sympathize with the sufferers. I once had it and feared losing my entire arm - even my life - from the after-effects. Thank GOD I recovered. Newcomers to this blog might not have discovered my cure for it: laughter.
CRPS is agony. Some doctors pronounce it with an "A" and no "S" at the end. Why? Cuz that's how the patient feels. Like ----.
See this Laughing My Way to Better Health post and read about one way to end the misery.
You can let Dr. Paul Christo of Johns Hopkins know about all this when he discusses Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) on February 9th.
Scroll around this blog for other CRPS/RSD-related posts in March 2008. Feel better soon, with my blessings.
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Face Your Medical Problems with Dignity.
Face Your Future with Optimism.