RA Nerve Stimulation Test
4/14/2013 12:46:43 PM
My 29 year old daughter, Colleen, suffers from overlapping, autoimmune disorders, including Rheumatoid Arthritis and Mixed Connective Tissue Disease. Methotrexate, Prednisone, Enbrel and Cellcept all have brought some relief, but the damage to her body continues. She is, at 29, a relatively young and otherwise healthy person. We would love to recieve more information on the implant device that may change the future for Colleen and others facing a life of pain and powerful immune suppressants. Please update the story and know that the hopes and dreams of many people like my precious daughter, await any news on this development. Thank You. ...a very worried father.
Brice W. Fowler
4/1/2013 4:47:58 PM
How can I find out more about treatment for RA by Computerized Nerve Stimulation.Please.
2/2/2013 2:27:57 PM
I have been fighting RA since I was 31, I am now 47..I have tried so many risky infusions and injections without relief or even anything close to remission. Please let me know how I could participate in a study with the computerized nerve stimulation. I've been in studies with RA meds already, and now they are going to put me in an IL-6 study thats not approved yet either. Thanks
RA Nerve Stimulation
12/26/2012 4:18:24 PM
I have had RA for 50 years. I am allergic to many biologics and am afraid to try any more. I have been on prednisone way to long. How can I become a candidate for this treatment?
Information to Brain
12/18/2012 10:06:22 AM
My husband's RA showed up in 2006. He is on Enbrel. He has taken a sleeping pill, Temazepam 30 mg. for years before 2006. Is it possible that something like this can interfere with the brain communication to the body? It effects him, to me, by his moods, anger, depression, etc. What about the brains effectiveness to communicate to the joints? Just asking. Thank you.
9/26/2012 4:29:12 PM
I was diagnosed with RA in 1996 and have tried numerous treatments, including Embrel and Humera. Neither of them worked for me. I have been taking prednisone almost from the beginning and after about 5 years I could not control the weight gain. I know that is not the worst of the side effects but it is a major concern.
I can't get by without the prednisone, but the damage it is doing has, and will continue, to shorten my life. I am barely able to walk with the help of prednisone, but without it the pain would be unbearable.
Is this something that will be tested in the US? If so, is there a list one could get on to be considered a candidate for the treatment?
9/9/2012 9:06:56 AM
My daughter is suffering horribly with rheumatoid arthritis. She is 38. How can you find out about more about this procedure?
7/12/2012 3:16:01 AM
I hope that soon you are applying this new research to Crohn's disease because my child has taken every drug known to man to stop it and now has to resort to bone marrow transplant as a last alternative, please hurry her life depends on someone like you trying anything, and at this point we have no hope left...
A new approach to Rheumatoid Arthritis(2)
4/30/2012 4:46:44 PM
Do you see this working for other auto immune conditions such as SLE?
Systemic E Lupus.
New Approach to RA
3/22/2012 8:57:22 PM
How would one qualify and get into this clinical trial. I have RA and just have been doing depo medrol and now solu medrol shots every three months. I am on prednisone the last 4 months and will meet my new RA doc in April as we moved to another state. My primary doc wants me off of prednisone as for the weight gain and other side effects. I am allergic to so many drugs it hard for them to find things to prescribe me and the RA drugs scare me...
A new approach to rheumatoid arthritis
3/22/2012 4:29:12 AM
Ground-breaking research!This will change the lives of sufferers completely! Everything of the best with clinical trials.