Help Jeffrey Walk Again
In 2009, Jeffrey Guest was left paralyzed from the waist down after his car flipped in a tragic accident in Danville, KY.
At the time of the accident, Jeff was a 21-year-old college football player who was home for the summer visiting his family.
Not only were Jeff’s dreams shattered in this crash, but also those of his son… who doesn’t remember “Dad” outside of the wheelchair that confines him every single day.
Now, 8 years after the wreck, Jeff’s second chance is knocking at his door… he just needs our help to make it a reality.
A new treatment option for spinal cord injuries has emerged in Bangkok, Thailand… it’s called Epidural Stimulation.
With this surgery, Jeffrey has a 100% chance of regaining feeling in his legs and a 80% chance of WALKING again on his own!
Jeff has been approved for the surgery, and the only thing standing between him and the ability to run around with his son is $92,000…
The Epidural Stimulation treatment has been proven to help people with the exact types of injuries Jeff endured - formally known as Spinal Cord Injury (SCI). (Watch one man’s story of how the doctors at Unique Access Medical saved him from permanent paralyzation.)
As you can imagine, this type of cutting edge treatment is not cheap.That’s why we’re calling on you to help Jeff get to Thailand and finally become the active father he always dreamed of being for his only son.
Every donation, big or small, will get Jeff to his ultimate goal of physical health and wellbeing. On the football field, they call this type of opportunity a “Hail Mary,” but to complete the pass he needs your help and support.
Thank you in advance to everyone who contributes to this incredible journey.
Interested in learning more about the procedure?
At Unique Access Medial, they implant a small impulse generator (stimulator) under the skin on the lower back or buttocks. The thin wire travels under the skin from the stimulator to the epidural space at an approximately at the level of the cervical, thoracic or lumbar spine, in close proximity to the surface lining of nerve tracts in the spinal canal (not directly on the spinal cord but remains in a potential space called the epidural space similar to epidural injections for steroids and also for labor analgesia). This tiny electrode- coated wire will carry the electrical current from the impulse generator to the spine, and when the stimulator is turned on, it sends extremely low electrical impulses to the nerves, creating a tingling sensation which allows the electrical impulses to interfere with the body’s ability to transmit pain signals to the brain, resulting in less pain and discomfort.
For more, visit: http://epiduralstimulationnow.com/