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Physiotherapy gone wrong - September 15, 2018 2:30:54 AM   
buddyhughes

 

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"Only thing standing between me and total happiness is reality"
It takes hardly minutes to make a person sick. Life has its high's and low's whatever the case life has to move on. It was a normal day. My dad went to his regular physiotherapy check up to the doctor. After his checkup, he started to lose sensation & control over his leg. We quickly contacted the doctor, unfortunately, he wasn't able to give a proper answer to it. After various consultations and suggestions, we were referred to a medication consultation in Toronto. After numerous tests and analysis, he was diagnosed with a rare condition which affects his motor nerve. It's an ageing disease where early symptoms were not detected. What could be the early possibilities we can detect the symptoms? What are the recovery possibilities? Is there any antibiotics or meditation available?
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RE: Physiotherapy gone wrong - September 27, 2018 12:33:05 PM   
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ORIGINAL: buddyhughes

"Only thing standing between me and total happiness is reality"
It takes hardly minutes to make a person sick. Life has its high's and low's whatever the case life has to move on. It was a normal day. My dad went to his regular physiotherapy check up to the doctor. After his checkup, he started to lose sensation & control over his leg. We quickly contacted the doctor, unfortunately, he wasn't able to give a proper answer to it. After various consultations and suggestions, we were referred to a medication consultation in Toronto. After numerous tests and analysis, he was diagnosed with a rare condition which affects his motor nerve. It's an ageing disease where early symptoms were not detected. What could be the early possibilities we can detect the symptoms? What are the recovery possibilities? Is there any antibiotics or meditation available?


Let us know the name of the diagnosis.

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