Author: Kreisler

I'm a Certified Chronic Pain Support Group Leader with U.S Pain Foundation, a Certified Caregiving Consultant in which I help caregivers or persons with disabilities locate where to go, who to talk to or how to organize all the paperwork Involved. Along with four other caregivers we have published three books, 365 Caregiving Tips Practical Tips for Everyday Caregivers, with two available in Spanish. I am also a trifecta caregiver, I care for my mom part time (heart disease and strokes), co-care for my brother in-law, Robert (epilepsy, mobility issues), he also lives with us, finally for myself (severe chronic low back pain) for 27 yrs. I host my own blog site, iCareTalk.net.org and involved with many other sites and blogs. I am a guest on radio shows and have moderated numerous internet shows. I am 55 yr. old, happily married (22 yrs), with two amazing daughters and an awesome son, two black labs and a large (8" dia.) turtle. I enjoy Meditation, Yoga, Photography, Art. My family (including my pets) are my past time. Namaste'

CDC Is Proposing to Rewrite and Expand the 2016 Opioid Prescribing Guidelines! November 25, 2019 Richard Lawhern Chief Systems Engineer – FCS Tech IPT at SAIC This is for pain patients, medical professionals, and journalists who are considering in-person or telephonic attendance at the December 4-5 meeting of the National Centers for Injury Prevention (NCIPC)…

Pain Patient Gives the FDA an Earful

Posted on November 24, 2019 by Dennis J. Capolongo Although not having approval from the FDA, Mr. Gary Snook received a series of Epidural Steroid Injections just like thousands of unsuspecting patients do each year. His fourth injection went terribly wrong condemning Gary to suffer from Adhesive Arachnoiditis, a severe debilitating iatrogenic disease of the…

When Your Pain is Disabling.

JUNE10, 2019 Pain can entirely change our lives. Ongoing pain problems can lead to disabilities like not being able to work, drive, or even maintain a home. Pain in a dominant hand or arm can make it difficult to button a shirt, comb hair, or carry groceries. Low back pain can make it hard to…