Post by kilg0retr0ut on Sept 19, 2015 9:37:46 GMT -8
I didn't take that option. You can find support either way. It's probably best that you do your own research, than let other peoples stories sway you. Tech has come along way since I looked at putting one in, It might be something I'd consider down the road. I guess the amount of pain your in sometimes dictates what you willing to try.
Yes Kilg0retr0ut, I think everyone has a different pain threshold and what you are willing to do is related to that. Plus I think with CES there must be differing pain syndromes from one person to the next. I used to think I had a high pain threshold till I had this:( the pain in the back of my lower legs and heels is so bad I cant function at times and wears me down emotionally. When I start getting the sensation that a steel rod is being shoved down my calves on both sides to my heels and burning, I throw in the towel. I am just a year out and keep thinking it should settle down, but I dont know! Thanks for your response. Chrioli
Post by kilg0retr0ut on Sept 21, 2015 11:59:59 GMT -8
One year out is still very new injury. What options have you tried? Some here are medication free and of course this would be ideal, but I'm in favor taking what it takes to function. Have you been doing any P.T.? Exercise is very important.