Hi has anyone tried the following and have they worked for you? Am new to all this and still researching Hydrotherapy exercises Anti inflammatory diet Acupuncture Recovazon Willow Bark Ketamine infusion/IV
Love the water physical therapy. My ins approved and the group I used went to salt water heated pools. I even have a rare dx and they read my copies of symptoms and avoided any things that could cause pain.
Thanks zetarlov, I have crps/rsd, am new to this it's been 2 yrs am now just learning to accept my condition and deal with it the best I can am still looking for what works. I will start deep water running at my rec center not sure if the water temperature will agree with my body. I maxed out my physical therapy is won't pay am looking for other options
Sorry to hear that how long have you had crps, I haven't been to work it's a week and a half, I had my CT today just to make sure my spine infusion surgery I had is not causing any issues with my mobility
I have Fibromyalgia degenerative disc and arthritis in spine right knee and hips.. Heat seems to help some for me.. Ive done water therapy in the past but it was cold water and made me feel worse.. I would love to have access to a hot tub or jacuzzi..
Hydrotherapy is great for most people. An anti-inflammatory diet is growing in popularity and if you can continue it, I would try it. As for willow bark, remember that it's main ingredient is salicylic acid or asprin. Try turmeric circumnavigation, 500 mg 💊, cayenne 40,000 STU, Valeria root, and kava root(xanax is derived from this so be careful with it), and look for homeopathic meds for nerve pain. I know what you have isn't a nerve issue, but but it may help calm things down.
Just remember, some Drs are good with herbal products and some are not. Some just won't have a clue if any of these will interact with other meds. You can ask your pharmacist or I can look it up for you if you want me to.
Here is my email. Send me a list of your meds, the dosages etc. A detailed medical history :high blood pressure, high cholesterol etc that kind of stuff cause some herbs can help with that too but I do this just like a Drs office. So anything you would tell the Dr or put on the Dr form, tell me. Surgeries and all. It really does make a difference. And your diagnosis that you need these for. I'll work up a time plan like I did for Jenna.
Since you live in MD, there should be herbal stores or co-ops there, but if not, Walmart carries most of them and you can find others online. No need to pay anyone. I don't for free. Your pain dr just needs to know about them. You don't need a prescription.