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... JD - you can negotiate HBOT as a self pay for a lower rate -the $150 rate is what they charge insurance but they will typically charge less - actually my insurance company (which was work comp) paid $80 per dive - and they were paying Dr. Allen Spiegel who is supposed to be one of the pioneers for HBOT with RSD he is in Florida - I wouldn't recommend attempting to go all the... (13 replies)
... all those things cost a heck of alot more than paying for some HBOT therapy. HBOT isn't invasive, and it doesn't zap your memory like so many of the medications do. It's pretty frustrating to me. ... (13 replies)
... Welcome! Sorry it's because of rsd though. ... (13 replies)

... I think it's great that HBOT worked for you. You said that you use the word "cure" because you don't know what other word to use. I think "remission" would be more appropriate. ... (9 replies)
... y husband did everything he could to get me the treatment and I've had this disease by then for 6 years and it didn't do anything for me so it is not the end all cure all I'm sorry to say. I'm glad that it worked for you but it does not work for everybody just like not every pill out there works the same for everybody. ... (9 replies)
... There are some who post on this board who has had RSD for over 10 years, some 20. We all would love to hear about a sure cure, but let's face it there isn't one. ... (9 replies)
... Although the hyperbaric threatments did help you...we all know there is NO CURE for RSD. Yes..there are those lucky like you to get into remission but we also know that with any slightest injury it can come back with a vengance. ... (9 replies)
... can be in full remission with no pain and no side effects. Having HBOT is expencive but it's no more expencive than searching out doctors and experementing with treatments that do not work but only allow a temporary fix. ... (9 replies)
... My girlfriend has been suffering from RSD for 7 years. She received wrong medication that caused her disease to be increased by many considerable years. ... (13 replies)
... I was diagnosed with RSD when I was 12 years old. I lived with it for almost 4 years and was bedridden with it. The RSD spread from my right arm to eventually full body. I was misdiagnosed several times. ... (9 replies)
... It's very difficult to deal with rsd in the beginning because so many things are going on with the rsd assaulting the body and so much info to try and process. ... (2 replies)
... old all of the time. I know that it helped me. I guess I was very blessed that work comp paid for it but they had done it for another person at the hospital with RSD so to have refused me would have been grounds for a nasty lawsuit so I think that's why it was approved. ... (13 replies)
... This seems to me to be the ONLY thing he got right! It's harsh but it's the truth. There is no cure, but if you're lucky you can achieve remission. Sadly,very few people get there. Most times diagnosis and treatment comes too late to be helpful. ... (64 replies)
... hey all.. first I must comment about ..amputation..dont do it.. that is like killing the patient to cure his disease...almost all the reports ive read show RSD spreads like a forest fire in the middle of a drout.. ... (28 replies)
... Hi folks, This might be a silly question, but would it help at all to get extra oxygen from an oxygen mask or the little oxygen apparatus that goes into the nostrils? The extra oxygyn absorbed that way is bound to help increase the oxygen in our system! Hdladyred, It's absoluteley amzinag that Worker Comp paid for part of the dives...how on earth did you doc get... (13 replies)
... your consideration and your willingness to try and help us. Right now she is still visiting doctors to try and find out why she went blind. so any treatments for RSD are on hold. It has been so frustrating because it appears that nothing is wrong with her eyes. ... (13 replies)
... Hi and welcome. Your gilfriend is truly lucky to have someone like you in her life. I am 27 and can relate to you two as someone trying to put my young life back together for the future. I have seen Dr. ... (13 replies)
... Tigerlily, I thank you - truly - for the kind thoughts and the help - I'll take whatever I can from whatever source I can find it at this point - I need to find ways to stay positive and ways to help myself since the "professionals" won't - I look forward to getting your books and appreciate knowing which ones to get - sometimes trying to find the right self help books is the... (13 replies)
... I have reaad a couple of books that have been very helpful and maybe you can order them and try and get some support from reading the books. i have found reading appropriate books for our situation to be so helpful. ... (13 replies)
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Jun 13, 2008
... Norco is vicodin. It can be confusing because for each mg it goes by a different name. Vicodin usually refers to the 5mg pill. Lortab is the 7.5mg pill and Norco is the 10mg pill. ... (8 replies)


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