Madison is 8 years old and was recently diagnosed with CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) after a long battle with Mono and immune system dysfunction. CRPS /RSD is a disease of the central and autonomic nervous system. It is the most painful medical condition known to man at 45/50 on the McGill Pain scale. It is the gateway to other diseases and sometimes fatal organ complications. Since January Madison has battled pain, numbness and loss of mobility in both legs and feet. She also struggles with nerve pain internally in her stomach, esophagus, spleen and liver. This disease progresses rapidly and there is no cure. We have sought treatment over the last few months through many of the south’s best Drs and Pediatric specialist with no luck. She is in Stage 1 of CRPS and we are hoping to seek treatment before this disease progresses any further. Madison will finally receive knowledgeable treatment at the Neurological Relief Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas starting this summer. This facility has a very high success rate for this condition and we are hoping she will be another success story. Treatment at this facility for this condition cost $40,000 and consist of 12 weeks of care. Unfortunately insurance does not pay. These treatments are therapeutic and non invasive. No meds, no injections, no infusions. They work to stimulate and restore the whole body and nervous system through daily physical therapy, diet, detoxification, supplements as well as Vagus Nerve Therapy, Magnetic Resonance Therapy, Neuromuscular re-education therapy, Brainwave Optimization®, and Therapeutic Heart Rate Variability (THRV). We have searched and researched many other facilities and methods and feel this is the best treatment method for her.
Before this illness Madison loved gymnastics and lived for competitions and watching Olympians on YouTube. She is a very self motivated and determined little girl. Always excelling in everything she tries. Best described by her parents and siblings as the over achiever of the family of 9.CRPS story and treatment What is CRPS? CRPS complications Neurological Relief Center