The Neuropathy Chronicles 2.0

Peripheral Neuropathy Symptoms   Hello Pain, My Old Friend   You might remember from one of our earlier posts, The Neuropathy Chronicles, how we managed to tame the burning foot pain that is so familiar to Superficial Siderosis patients. Two years later TCM is still the winner. We saw for…

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The Neuropathy Chronicles

Pain of neuropathy

Neuropathy: Burn Me, Stab Me, Shoot Me We touched on our search for some relief from peripheral neuropathy in our August blog post, QUARTERLY NEUROLOGY FOLLOW-UP. You’ll find an explanation of the type of neuropathic pain connected with Superficial Siderosis in MANAGING NEUROPATHIC PAIN. Sharp jolting stabs of burning pain…

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Quarterly Neurology Follow-Up

Quarterly Neurology Follow-Up The New Normal By the time we went to our quarterly neurology follow-up we had a pretty good list of questions. The cholesterol medication was a big one. What kinds of exercises could we safely add to the walking? Did we need to see a Neuroopthamoligist instead…

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Managing Neuropathic Pain

Hello, Switchboard I’ve Been Disconnected   One of the better explanations I found during our search for ways to manage neuropathic pain associated with Superficial Siderosis was a quote from Dr. Corey W. Hunter¹. “Typically, a healthy nerve will only send a signal when it is stimulated, e.g., a nerve…

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Cerebellar Ataxia and Ayurvedic Therapy Possibilities

MRI 2014

Gait, balance, hand coordination, vision, speech, swallowing, cognitive, mood problems, and fatigue are all related to the ataxia that develops because of cerebellar atrophy. Ataxia was once referred to as the “Drunken Sailor” syndrome a few hundred years ago. We can relate big time.   The gait problems that arrive…

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