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... I effectively "cured" RSD with holistic treatments. I encourage anyone who suffers with RSD consider the holistic regime I created for myself. You can do it too. ... (2 replies)
... nna, Bryn is right. I should have clarified this also. RSD can be treated, but it can not be cured, so when I said that my doc said that these patients had their RSD "just go away," I meant that it went into remission, not that they were cured. But as Bryn said, anything can bring it back... ... (14 replies)
... I was finally diagnosed with RSD about 4 years ago. From reading some of the postings here I know that it was "normal" that I was misdiagnosed for several years before that. ... (4 replies)

... I'm sorry that you have to endure the pain you're experiencing and I appreciate the loneliness of your struggle. Our son is about to turn 19 and first began his experience with RSD at age 14. ... (19 replies)
... Hi, firstly can I express my sympathy as you're obviously 'going through the wars', I have enough trouble coping just with RSD in one leg. ... (3 replies)
... of people who get RSD. Being diagosed so fast means there is a great chance of getting it into remission. I'll go into that in a minute. ... (17 replies)
... This is an excellent question. First of all no RSD patient will have a day of rest or any improvement unless the pain is effectively suppressed with the help of strong pain medications, nerve blocks, and large enough doses of antidepressants. ... (10 replies)
... es good.. It hurts in that joint, and it always hurts. I take 900 mg and neurontin, and I do consider the pain as not great to have, but it could be worse. The RSD pain flares in my left shoulder. ... (0 replies)
Question about rsd
Jun 14, 2008
... is the hallmark. The good news is that most entrapments can be cured via relatively minor surgeries, or even physical therapy. ... (6 replies)
... think "remission" would be more appropriate. A "cure" indicates that the treatment completely heals everyone who has the treatment. Since there are others with RSD who were not relieved of their RSD through HBOT, then it can't be a true cure. Since RSD affects people differently, treatments have differing outcomes. ... (9 replies)
... Hi KLana, nobody is cured from RSD. People can go into remission but must be careful. ... (22 replies)
... s and I have been told, by some, that cranial sacral therapy, which involves massaging the head, can be effective. I have actual emailed with someone who said it cured the RSD after a few years of treatment. Anyone have any thoughts or experiences with this? ... (0 replies)
... and has severe anemia. Needless to say she is zapped of any kind of energy and is very depressed. She will be having a blood transfusion here within the next couple of days. ... (3 replies)
May 8, 2011
... When I first got RSD I read about it spreading. I refused to believe that would EVER happen to me. I would massage and talk to my good leg every night. ... (13 replies)
Sep 27, 2003
... I have heard from a doctor that part of determining RSD is eliminating other possible problems. If a patient responds to B12 I was told it was a clear indication that it was neuropathy and not RSD. ... (19 replies)
I want to cry
Mar 26, 2009
... I go in, do all the paperwork and get in. The nurse guy is examining me and says they see a lot of RSD and no way could it be that because after 6 months my leg should be black, I couldn't have painted my toenails or shaved my leg either. ... (5 replies)
... I went to see this person in the hope that there was something that could be put into my shoes to 'cushion' my feet and give me a bit of comfort so that I will be able to do abit of walking well this is how it went. ... (64 replies)
... hour ago, but I still might have some typos. I think I opened a can a worms of here. ... (8 replies)
... lly bad thing. PT is always good, as long as it's gentle and doesn't have you overdoing it. Doing too much just makes you hurt worse. Keeping your body part with RSD moving, keeping range of motion and strength is the key. ... (11 replies)
... Deer, you're absolutely right about the name. Even though a condition that was probably rsd was described in Maltese soldiers in 200 AD, and one of the English kings was said to have a condition that caused severe burning and other problems, rsd was not written about before the 1600's. ... (24 replies)

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