I am truly thankful today after a really good visit to the pain clinic yesterday. My case has been handed over to a new doctor, and for the first time I feel like I have a treatment "plan", rather than a "let's just try something and see what happens" approach".

Best of all, he told me I was not yet a candidate for surgery, as we still have many medical options to explore.

Thanks be to God, and thanks to all who said a prayer on my behalf.

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