Jessica Cosner4 months ago
I was in a car accident 5 years ago. I ended up with cervical dystonia, several annular tears in my neck and shoulder, whiplash, a collapsed shoulder, and DDD in my lower back. I had months of physical therapy, bed rest, acupuncture, chiropractic therapy, steroid injections, nerve blocks, you name it I tried for relief. My final option was pain management, which was pills. I lived this way for years. The side effects of the pills, which, in my opinion was just as bad as the injuries. I finally had to quit my beloved career as a nail technician. Every aspect of my life suffered, I cried and suffered daily. My daughter had to suffer also, with me being in bed and medicated so much.
I have heard of stem cells but didn’t really know what they were. Doctor Morris, was kind enough to explain them to me, they helped me understand this can heal torn muscles and many other issues.
The first injection is the stem cell, it is very painful I won’t lie. The healing started that day. A few days after that I could already tell a difference. A few weeks after Doctor Morris did a different injection to further activate the stem cell. Even more relief happened. This time I was able to reduce my pain medicine! Fast forward 8 months and another injection, and I am driving, lifting weights, involved with my daughter, normal activities, and just living again. Best of all I am off ALL pain medicine!
There are several great things about stem calls, it isn’t a chemical, it is a onetime injection, it grows your own tissue, no surgery, and so many more perks to this option. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have, if you have severe chronic pain like I did, I urge you to get your life back. I can also give you this Doctor’s information. He is local in Columbia Missouri.
I feel I have a second chance at life, I am still healing, I can’t wait to see what I am capable of as more time passes, I can’t thank Doctor Morris, and his wonderful team at Columbia Urgent Care for going above and beyond to care about my life.