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Josh – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

Josh – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

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Probably nerve pain. I do have a Baclofen pump also for spasms. So, probably between those two things, spasms and nerve pain, really are the biggest issues. I’ve learned to breathe through a lot of my pain, so I take very little pain medication. I ... Show More

Probably nerve pain. I do have a Baclofen pump also for spasms. So, probably between those two things, spasms and nerve pain, really are the biggest issues. I’ve learned to breathe through a lot of my pain, so I take very little pain medication. I don’t like pain medication, so I take as little as possible. I really only take it at night before I go to bed and I just deal with the pain during the day. As far as spasm goes, the Baclofen pump works pretty well. When I do have a spasm I just stop, let the spasm do what it’s going to do. You can’t really control them. You just wait for it to get over and then move on.

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Josh – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

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Injured in 2010 at age 27, quadriplegic
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Probably nerve pain. I do have a Baclofen pump also for spasms. So, probably between those two things, spasms and nerve pain, really are the biggest issues. I’ve learned to breathe through a lot of my pain, so I take very little pain medication. I don’t like pain medication, so I take as little as possible. I really only take it at night before I go to bed and I just deal with the pain during the day. As far as spasm goes, the Baclofen pump works pretty well. When I do have a spasm I just stop, let the spasm do what it’s going to do. You can’t really control them. You just wait for it to get over and then move on.

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