Allopathic Medicine | General

Gabapentin

This is probably going to be another rant. While I don’t know the statement to be entirely true, my other possible title was, “Tone never killed anybody.” When we were still in hospital with Robert and the doctors were throwing drugs at him in an (unsuccessful) attempt to control his storming; Gabapentin was ordered. As […]

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Allopathic Medicine | General

Drop Foot and Bent Wrists

We recently had a family contact us about Drop Foot. Drop Foot is common with brain injury. So are bent wrists. Robert had a wrist and an ankle relax during the first 40 dives at Dr. Harch’s. The other side relaxed during the second round of dives at home.  Robert’s relaxed posture is still to […]

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Allopathic Medicine | General

Allopathic Drugs

While we were in the hospital Robert was treated with multiple allopathic drugs. Many were started and stopped in an attempt to find something to reduce his neural storming and hyper-toned (stiff) muscle condition. Some, like Keppra, were given as a prophylactic (just in case). Robert left the hospital on 13 different prescriptions. Some of […]

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