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  • dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 11,633

    Our Arthritis-Health site has so much to offer. Like Spine-Health, it contains details articles, videos and blogs, plus patient stories.

    We also have forums there just like Spine-Health. Same setup, same navigation. We only have about 150 members to date but hope to continue to grow.

    Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
    I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences
    You can email me at: [email protected]
  • Thanks for sharing, loved how it lays out how chronic pain can be unpredictable and the effects it has on our ability to cope with everything. Ive been having a hard time getting my companies insurance to understand that the pain I suffer from doesnt come on a fixed schedule or fixed intervals of any sort. I walk until l I cant, I stand until i cant and I sit until I have to get up, yet they insist on specific minutes I have to sign off on being able to perform. Im not bedridden, but im also not the healthy individual I was before this injury. Why does it have to be so black or white for these bean counters when it comes to pain and the frozen body parts that quickly follow it?

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  • I know exactly what you mean Postman. Life is never the same after you have a spinal injury or disease. It's not easy trying to work your way into a comfortable life that includes recognizing your limits. Good days then bad days then good days.

    try to remain hopeful as often as you can.


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