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Move Forward PT 

“I am 24 and performed gymnastics practically my whole life. I was recently diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), a rare neurological disorder. It began after I had suffered trauma to my right foot when a horse stepped on it. A few months later I had surgery on the same foot to correct a bunion. Within a couple of days it felt like someone was holding a lighter to my toes. The skin on my foot became shiny and purplish. My brain was telling my foot that it was in pain 24/7. I couldn’t walk for 5 months and I developed chronic insomnia. After physical therapy I can walk and drive. I still struggle with pain, but it has been almost a year since I’ve taken any opioids. CRPS is a condition that needs to be talked about. I want people to know there is someone in their corner fighting for them.” 

-Margaret

Here is my Move Forward PT Article that was released in October of last year but I didn’t never got to see it until now. 

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One thought on “Move Forward PT 

  1. I’d love to begin a friendship support. I’m not a victim but it helps to have help. Kindly,

    Richard Askew
    Too tired to talk. Hands bleed to walk. World goes by. Whom
    cares? Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. What’s wrong?
    Don’t take hands 4 granted. L4 hurts. Like, really hurts. Don’t take your back for granted. Oh, I can’t walk. Legs, termites got.

    Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. vomits on ‘another’ drug addict? Nobody. Nobody. …believes? MOM even doesn’t see your tear. Oh, you did have that beer. Are you queer? Or, is CRPS really here?

    Nobody cares. Really. Reality hits. Hamsters drop. Wheelality hits. Say what?
    You look ‘ok’…but don’t you know? It’s pay to play? PAIN does not equate. Say HATE.
    Funny shit, ha,….no wonder why so many quit.

    Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. D

    I feel ya. I’ve got n all limbs & spine. Lazy/crazy label fits. If they only knew.

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