Surgery Checklist

We left off on the last blog talking about opioids. I wanted to finish this as I feel it is very important for people to understand. The body, after a time of taking the opioids, loses the euphoria that you had initially and starts leading you into anxiety, pain and depression. Pain and depression are closely [READ MORE]

2021-03-21T22:40:08+00:00March 21st, 2021|0 Comments

Keep going!!!!

I was very anxious, as it had been five months, to hear what the Interventional Radiologist, or IR doctor, had to say about how he would be doing the procedure. As usual, the appointment was over the phone, late morning, at 11.30 am. I explained to the doctor that the pain was returning and on [READ MORE]

2021-01-24T04:29:37+00:00January 24th, 2021|0 Comments

Its a bandaid for now …….but at this stage I don’t care its relief.

It's abundantly clear that the COVID 19 virus is spreading, and hospitals are preparing for another wave of patients. Subsequently, standard surgeries and procedures are beginning to be placed back on hold. #LuckoftheIsaacs dictates that, of course, it's going to be another month before I can even get a consultation with the Interventional Radiologist to [READ MORE]

2020-07-03T03:04:47+00:00July 3rd, 2020|0 Comments

As Dr. Hans Hansen says …… The Rules of Pain , Know them!

In my first episodes, I will be going over the main life lessons that I have learned from an incredible pain management professional. Dr. Hans Hansen ( ) who starts off his very first episode with the 5 rules of pain management. Pain is a description, not an entity. Get a diagnosis. If you don't [READ MORE]

2020-06-01T01:42:28+00:00June 1st, 2020|0 Comments
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