I guess I’m what you can call a biohacker.
I’ve successfully help my wife deal with ankylosing spondylitis (AS) using high-dose vitamin D which led me to publish a book and, later, a web blog on the topic.
This was a remarkable achievement for us, because ankylosing spondylitis is a very painful condition with a dreadful prognosis: spine fusion – actually having your spine turn into a single bone as you grow old.
Unfortunately, after a fall down a flight of stairs, my wife developed complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) on both of her feet.
At first we didn’t know it was CRPS.
When we saw she was taking more than usual to recover from her sprained ankle, we just assumed it was due to any underlying ankylosing spondylitis.
Almost 8 months later, when both her feet were already symptomatic – even though she had only sprained one of her ankles – we finally got a diagnosis: Complex regional pain syndrome.
This is a very painful condition that doesn’t respond to any of the supplements or therapies that we’ve tried so far with the exception of bisphosphonates which provided some relief – and trust me, we’ve tried a lot of different conventional and alternative approaches.
That’s what brought me to the world of PEMF research. We’ve got only marginal improvements so far using the M1 device, but we are still hopeful about it.
Thanks for having read this far.
Do you know anything about using PEMF or other therapies for dealing with strong neuropathic pain?
If so, please feel free to message me.