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    SZAENNU, How did your procedure go? Any relief...

    SZAENNU, How did your procedure go? Any relief from the pain? I'm aiming to get in w/Dr Belzberg at Johns Hopkins by March of this year. 15 years of grinding teeth into dust has to end soon. I've got...
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    Well, 10 years Clayton. Maybe. Maybe not. ...

    Well, 10 years Clayton.
    Maybe. Maybe not.

    Head Transplantation: The Future Is Now | Dr.Sergio Canavero | TEDxLimassol
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EHCHv5u3O4

    Tissue-Engineered...
  3. Circadian variations in melatonin and cortisol in...

    Circadian variations in melatonin and cortisol in patients with cervical spinal cord injury 5/2016
    http://www.nature.com/sc/journal/v54/n5/full/sc2015176a.html

    Results:

    Significantly higher...
  4. StarLord, thanks for the input, I'm still in a...

    StarLord, thanks for the input, I'm still in a waiting pattern and researching more. Sorry the device didn't work out for you. Hope you find relief somehow soon. Please keep us posted if you do.
  5. Hey Mark, not yet. My initial appointment for...

    Hey Mark, not yet. My initial appointment for postponed a month and I just met my surgeon this morning for the first time. He normally works with Saint Jude devices but IDF looking into the...
  6. Anyone else try this out? I'm meeting with a...

    Anyone else try this out?

    I'm meeting with a new neurosurgeon tomorrow to see if he'll consider it. I've read of only one other first hand experience, same injury as me (arm paralysis due to...
  7. GABA and Central Neuropathic Pain following Spinal Cord Injury

    Can we deduce that GABA can benefit neuropathic pain?
    Is that why Neurontin is 'GABA'-pentin?


    GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid) uses & risks:...
  8. Corydalis - Chinese herbal compound relieves inflammatory and neuropathic pain

    Can't find anyone that's tried this, just ordered some off of amazon. Surely it's not the same as what's being tested in the lab, but I'm not a rat either...


    article from 2010 (4 years before...
  9. JAMESRRR, best of luck with your outcome! I...

    JAMESRRR, best of luck with your outcome!
    I guess you're one of the 14 mentioned below in the WUSTL article!

    I have a peripheral nerve brachial plexus injury, nerves were torn out of the spinal...
  10. Subjects Needed for Research on Restoring Hand Function in People with Cervical Spina

    http://nerve.wustl.edu
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    Found this "pain trial" today digging through...

    Found this "pain trial" today digging through some old links and checking in on any new developments. Looks like DeCharms has an online "clinical trial" for pain management. Not sure if this is a...
  12. Intercostal nerves may have nothing to do with...

    Intercostal nerves may have nothing to do with the digestive system directly, but the are involved in the Respiratory system (chest/rib expansion and contraction) which indirectly effects the...
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    ^^^ a genius at work!

    ^^^ a genius at work!
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    Hey hey hey!!! Many thanks kind folks! I'm...

    Hey hey hey!!! Many thanks kind folks!

    I'm not dead yet!
    AGAIN!
  15. ‘Freewheeling’ - the intersection of art and disability.

    http://www.susanaustin.co.uk/



    https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc6/196441_526204734071625_2014094855_n.jpg

    http://www.trishwheatley.co.uk/Images/Portal%202008.jpg

    Artist Sue...
  16. and for the record, as far as someone curing...

    and for the record, as far as someone curing themselves by reading books. I did my own version of that.

    Of course that is extremely over simplified. I didn't "cure" myself and it wasn't from...
  17. When someone takes a company public and that...

    When someone takes a company public and that follows with a HUGE increase in pay or salary bonus, it can very well be after years of having NO salary and everything coming out of your own pocket...
  18. Thanks for these links!!!

    Thanks for these links!!!
  19. Yes, the trade off was worth it. Having use of...

    Yes, the trade off was worth it. Having use of only one arm is at times a kin to having half a set of pliers or scissors.

    Having even slight function in my arm enables me to do things with both...
  20. arndog, it's to keep the monkeys in the cage...

    arndog, it's to keep the monkeys in the cage where they belong. I was injured on a motorcycle, but it could have just as easily been off a balcony or a toilet seat. A friend sent that photo to me,...
  21. Yeah, my digestion has never been quiet the same....

    Yeah, my digestion has never been quiet the same. Of course 5 years of opioids and methadone didn't help either. When I'm regularly exercising it is best. Singing has only changed in the capacity of...
  22. I wish I could say I was Leo, but unfortunately...

    I wish I could say I was Leo, but unfortunately not.

    In the micro-community of Brachial Plexus injuries, nerve transfers/grafts are the only real tactic towards recovery. I am surprised at times...
  23. Dejerine, I'll keep posting as long as I can keep...

    Dejerine, I'll keep posting as long as I can keep off the balcony... ;)

    http://img717.imageshack.us/img717/4946/chrisbalcony.jpg
  24. I had 4 intercostals on right side of chest...

    I had 4 intercostals on right side of chest rerouted to right biceps (2 to biceps & 2 to transfered muscle from thigh area to biceps) and it effected my breathing a bit, but it actually hard to...
  25. A Preoccupied Brain Produces Pain-Killing Compounds

    well... now they're proving what we all know works. I love science.

    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=unhurtful-thoughts-preoccupied-brain&WT.mc_id=SA_MindFacebook
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