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From One Family to Another- A Pediatric CRPS Journey

Published on December 20, 2016 under Guest Blogger for RSDSA
By Guest Bloggers Bobby and Lauren Gellert The Gellert's daughter, Zoe, has faced CRPS head on. She has been inspired to do some great things. See what Zoe and the Gellert family are doing and what they learned about pediatric CRPS. “Dad!  You need to come home.  The doctor said nothing is broken or torn, but I still can’t put my foot on the floor.  It feels like someone is sticking a knife through my heel and it’s burning inside”. These were the words of our 11-year-old daughter, Zoe Gellert, who the day before was involved in a crush injury to her right ankle. Zoe was immediately non-weight bearing and was describing pain symptoms that made no sense based on…
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You Have to Be There- Friendship and RSD

Published on July 19, 2016 under Guest Blogger for RSDSA
By Shannon Leidig, Guest Blogger "You have to be there, you have to Without you I drown in the deep Too far, too far from land The waters drag me down I reach for your hand" From the Musical Kristina I remember several years ago driving to my weekly massage appointment, listening to the Broadway channel on Sirius XM, when all of the sudden, out of the blue, came a song that I had never heard, from a musical I had never heard of.  I remember driving and sobbing/crying as this song sucker punched me in ways that I had thought about over my 26.5-year journey with RSD, but could not quite find the words. This song did it. I…
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