DON’T BE ALARMED🚨 Well, it’s not just Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson that will be laying low for the next few weeks!😷 I just got off the phone with the Yale New Haven Health COVID-19 Team and I have a PRESUMED case of the Coronavirus. They want me to be quarantined for 2 weeks as… Continue reading My View For The Next 14 Days!
Dear Station 19 & Boris Kodjoe, Thank you for writing in the struggles that so many of us face when it comes to the rare and incurable illness that is CRPS. When I saw last night's new episode I was thankful that our stories will FINALLY be told through the eyes of a character. Boris… Continue reading Thank You ABC’s Station 19
Tis the season to be jolly! Or at least, that’s what I’ve heard. I love the holiday season. There are beautiful lights and decorations everywhere, there are people singing cheery songs, there are fun, mindless movie marathons on TV, there is delicious food- all of my favorite things wrapped into one season. Maybe that’s why… Continue reading Twelve Things People with CRPS Want You To Know About Them During the Holiday Season
Dear child with CRPS, You are young, and this diagnosis has not come at an ideal time in your life. I mean, is there an ideal time to be diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) — one of the most painful conditions known? Let me assure you though, everything is going to be OK.… Continue reading A Letter to Children Diagnosed With CRPS, From an Adult Who’s Been There
CRPS – One of the more dramatic and visible forms of amplified pain is complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) which was formerly known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD). This is a very painful condition that typically affects a hand or foot with associated signs of the autonomic dysfunction, that is, the hand or foot becomes swollen,… Continue reading CRPS in Teens