Lisa Gives Her Testimonial Of Her Journey With Allodynia and Neuropathic Pain

Video Summary

  • Lisa experienced severe allodynia and neuropathic pain due to a surgical injury from a failed hernia repair in July 2020, which was caused by an error during the surgery.
  • After the problematic surgical materials were removed, some of Lisa’s pain subsided, but she continued to suffer from significant pain in her groin area and down her leg.
  • Recently, Lisa’s pain levels have dramatically improved, and she reports experiencing zero pain for several weeks, a significant improvement from her previous daily pain levels of 7-8/10.
  • Lisa expresses a desire to return to her normal life, including engaging in activities she loves like wildlife rescues, and enjoying time with her partner and pets without pain.
  • She highlights her goal of living a “normal boring routine” and her joy in achieving a pain-free state, emphasizing how transformative it has been for her life.

Video Transcript

  • So what brought you to Spero?
  • Okay, so, sadly back in July 2020, I had a surgical injury due to a failed hernia repair surgery. Effectively the surgeon put too much measure in caused a lot of damage had to get the measures taken out a lot of the pain subsided at that time.
  • (flashback to middle of treatment)
  • I have a lot of pain in my groin area and down my leg and allodynia.
  • At the moment I’m hovering today around the 6/7.
  • What do your average?
  • Probably a 7/8.
  • 5 on a good day.
  • (back to current time)
  • And what is your pain at today?
  • pain pain what’s that no pain zero pain now. I’ve been sitting at zeros for a couple of weeks now and it’s an amazing feeling. Yes, so um I got to zero and I never went back up it just stayed at zero.
  • (flashback to middle of treatment)
  • What is a goal of yours?
  • Just get back to normal. I just want to live the best life I can. How I was. Just driving, walking, sitting, without being without pain. Just getting back to my wildlife rescues. Just, you know, having a good life with my man.
  • (back to current time)
  • What are you excited about when you go home?
  • Oh all my little parakeets, my man, my cats, and just life as I once knew it back to normal. Boring, normal routine and going back to doing my Wildlife rescues as well.

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