A teenager suffering from a ‘debilitating’ disease that makes it feel like his limbs are submerged in boiling water has launched a GoFundMe campaign to help raise money for ‘life-changing treatment’.
When asked how she feels about her new pain-free life, Heather said that she feels amazing and super excited to go to school next year and experience everything again.
When 15-year-old Heather Botha arrived at the airport in Gqeberha this week after spending nearly a year undergoing treatment in the US, she did a cartwheel for her loved ones who had gathered to welcome her home.
SALISBURY — From the age of 4, Emma Myers had never been without extensive nerve pain. Diagnosed with a condition called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Emma has spent the previous 38 weeks at the Spero Clinic in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Dr. Katinka to speak at the 2021 Master Circle SuperConference that gathers the highest-rated professionals in the industry to share their thoughts and to help others advance their practices.
SALISBURY — Emma Myers has some things on her bucket list. She wants to go bear hunting and offshore fishing. Most aren’t typical for a 16-year-old girl, but then Emma’s journey over the last 12 years isn’t typical either. In fact, most medical professionals haven’t even heard of Emma’s disease.
“I feel like I’m on fire 24/7. I feel like I’m standing in a fire. I feel like my body is on fire from the inside out, every bone in my body feels broken and shattered like a piece, like a chip on the ground. It’s awful.” Kate Rider is describing the pain she suffers, which is caused by a rare and debilitating illness called complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)…
In October 2018, 17-year-old Emma Elise Nilsen Reiakvam got her ankle pinched in a door. Little did she know that this innocent incident would be the start of a life of enormous pain.
A Beds-based teen is appealing for public donations to help fund life-changing treatment in the USA for his chronic pain disease – which is the most excruciating condition human beings can experience.
David and Bria Block’s wedding pictures show the couple beautifully attired and in love, not unlike many other couples. Bria’s Instagram account showcases her talent in art. But for the past 19 years, Bria Danae (Eide) Block has been living with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), considered quite painful.