Debbie T

If I had a scale of one to ten, I would say my pain level was fifteen. It was off the chart. I could not function. I’d lay in bed at nighttime and just the sheet touching the bottom of my feet hurt so bad. It was so excruciating. It was unbearable.

From the very first day I walked into that door, I knew that the people in that place cared about me. When I was crying it was like, “It’s gonna be okay.” When I got so upset they’d say, “It’s all right. We’re gonna figure this out. We’re gonna do something.” And it didn’t take them very long to figure it out. Within a week and a half, they figured out I’d be a good candidate for the spinal cord pain stimulator.

My life has totally changed since the spinal cord pain stimulator. I am sure if I stayed where I was, I’d probably still be in a wheelchair. Do I think I can run a marathon? No. But now I can ride a bike and it doesn’t hurt my feet. Most weeks I ride twenty to thirty miles. Anybody that has a lot of pain would benefit from going to them. I just had a wonderful, wonderful experience with them and I would trust them with my children.