Monday, September 26, 2016

Ketamine Therapy for Residual Nerve Damage via Guillain Barre Syndrome Part 13

So right now it is near the end of September and I am still going strong. I do notice the pain creeping back in and currently have another Ketamine Therapy Treatment scheduled for October 4th. I had kind of been hoping to have had one of the 'Top Off' sessions done before the GBS/CIDP Symposium in San Antonio but timing just didn't work out. There was a chance to have gotten one on September 20th but I worried about the exhaustion knocking me down and I wanted to be feeling my best when we travel down for the Symposium.
I know this is a long document but I hope those who have a chance to read it have a better understanding of what they are in for if they consider this route for treatment.
The Ketamine Treatment Therapy helped give me more hours and more energy to my day and tremendously dropped my pain. I hope that many more GBS patients have a chance to consider it for tackling residual pain once they are a few years out.
I say a few years out because I honestly do not think I would have been able or willing to continue the treatment with the amount of exhaustion that slammed into me. Once I was 4 years out seemed to be where it felt like I had plateaued a bit in my recovery and I think this could have helped me get back on track to a better life.

I am currently training for a half-marathon in San Antonio to be held December 4th.
Looking forward to doing many more!

This will be my 4th Half-Marathon and during the training I can already notice a big difference in how I am feeling compared to the other three I trained up for. I have been training outside, in all sorts of weather and heat with natural inclines whereas prior to the ketamine treatment I did all of my training in air conditioning on a gym treadmill with very little incline. On top of that I am eat breakfast, working, eating lunch, exercising, cooking dinner and sometimes going out to socialize in the evenings. This has been a HUGE improvement on my quality of life.

If you give Ketamine Therapy Treatment a try, please don't hesitate to reach out to me!

I am more than happy to talk more about it and I hope more people can benefit from it like I have.

Lisa Turner, Austin, TX

Please use "GBS" in the subject line of e-mails.

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