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Spinal Cord Stim Trial Day 6

Sorry to be so slack with blogs lately.

To be honest, I’ve been a bit over it the past few months with my Sacral Stim playing up – or is it my brain?

I can’t answer that yet. I might never be able to answer that. Let’s leave that for another time.

For now, I wanted to show you what I’ve been upto and how I’ve used PainTrain – My Health Summary to help me through my last 6 months.

I’m not exactly enthused about health admin. There’s already enough admin and digital filing to do in life. But I’ve found that my PT health summary is saving me, not only admin time, but alot of stress having to remember details of my experience.

It’s really important I document my trial properly and that my pain specialist knows what’s going on.

What’s also important is to see how the chronic pain is changing over time and what I’m doing about it.

Yes, what I’m doing about it. I’m driving this train. You’re the driver of yours too.

For all the digital frustration that comes with updating software in this day and age, some resources really do add value and support my life.

I really believe PainTrain is one of those resources.

Spinal Cord Stim Trial – The Beginning

Spinal Cord Stim Trial – Day 6

I’ve included a self portrait for my specialist today!

Image: The Two Soulas (in light of The Two Fridas)

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By |2018-12-13T12:45:01+00:00December 13th, 2018|About, Learn, My treatment, Professional Resources|2 Comments

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  1. Ho, Ho, Holidays | pudendalnerve.com.au December 23, 2018 at 11:38 am - Reply

    […] to stay positive I shot this crazy little video in my studio just before I was going in for my spinal stim trial (which I’ll fill you in on once I’m done with the permanent implant – yes it was […]

  2. Susan Karlson December 13, 2018 at 2:37 pm - Reply

    Soula,

    I am in America . Please try deep breathing in through your stomach out down towards your chest. This has helped with spams in my perineum. Try to find a good physiotherapist or yogi who understands how to breath and bring blood flow to the muscles. I have been on and off medications for four years, had surgery as well,
    Lengthening the spine and muscles through the perineum is what works. This method will take weeks to feel better. The nerves are not gliding. You had a trauma. I had a similar trauma. Getting needling to calm the central nervous system down and the breathing will work better. I tried acupuncture, chiropractor, physical therapy, massage therapy, physiotherapy, tens unit, personal trainer, Mosley and shubner pain science books, and begged for a colostomy. I tried this breathing technique early on and gave up. I go to Oceanside physiotherapy in Stratham New Hampshire, America. You could call this office for information. We have a special problem no one understands. You can mention my name and ask for the same treatment. Maybe through face time. I wish you the best.

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