Damn Just Damn!!

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I returned home about four thirty from my pain management doctor.

She informed me that do to the location of the pain in my back(facet joint)

there is a 98% chance some of my hardware has came loose.

The pain and facet joint are located at L-5 S-1 so according to Medicare rule

changes we must know if the hardware is coming loose.

If so the surgery to fix my  hardware should able to stop the pain.

If I do not get 85-90%  pain relief she can shut down the facet joint nerves.

So now I wait to get in to see a neurosurgeon.

If surgery happens it will be number eight.

Please keep me in your prayers.

I will keep you posted.




I Survived


I made it through the surgery fine-on Tuesday.

I needed some muscle work done on the inside of my right knee.

The muscle was to be thin and long.

But it was wide and short.

I am doing pretty good the pain my pain level is very LOW.

Blogging will be light but I will blog starting on Saturday.


No More Lower Back Pain

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The pain management Doctor I am seeing has stopped my pain in

my left lower back.

I am four moths free from Morphine and Oxycontin.

I have a small amount of pain in the lower right side.

After having my lateral release on my right knee cap 

I physical therapy and   recover.

I will have the same procedure done on my right side.

Then after thirty years of the above mentioned pills 

and chronic pain I will be 100% pain-free.

I want to say Thank-You for your prayers.


I am back sorta

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I was able to get some pain medicine.

So I will be able to blog some.


Southwestern Pa. hospital to stop baby deliveries

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This is from My Fox New York.


There are Pain Management Doctors in Indiana that are closing.

There are  Pain Management Doctors in Indiana not taking new Medicare patients.

Like this hospital they are victims of Obamacare.

Elections have consequences.


WINDBER, Pa. (AP) — A southwestern Pennsylvania hospital will stop delivering babies after March 31 because its obstetricians are either leaving or refocusing their practices, and because hospital officials believe they can’t afford it based on projected reimbursements under looming federal health care reforms.

The Windber Medical Center, about 60 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, is losing two obstetricians and two others are shifting their focus more to gynecology.

Hospital officials say the population of women of child-bearing age is dropping and that the number of births the hospital would be called upon to perform isn’t enough for it to provide the service in the face of lower reimbursements under the federal Affordable Care Act.

The hospital delivered about 200 babies each year since restarting its obstetrics program in 2005.

Officials aren’t sure how many jobs will be lost.


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