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Meg Haworth, Ph.D.

Meg Haworth, Ph.D.

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From: Dr. Meg <Email removed for privacy>
To: docnelse <Email removed for privacy>
Sent: Thu, Aug 7, 2014 6:17 pm
Subject: Re: I was struck by Lightning on Venice Beach – Steve Referred me to You

Hi Dr. Hendler,

Thanks for reviewing my results of the Internet pain diagnostic test with me.

 

Prior to the lightning strike, I have had a lifelong history with scoliosis in my thoracic spine, TMJ since I was in my early teens and I had a ruptured disc in my neck at the age of 27 (C6 & C7).   My orthopedic surgeon said that the disc rupture was so light on the MRI that it may have been an artifact.  The presenting problem since the lightning strike is the global weakness to my lower extremities and the pain in my right leg.  I can feel in my right foot, in the arch, a spot that seems to run up my back leg, through my right side and up to the right side of my head where I felt as though it was burring and bulging for the first five or so days.  It now just feels like there is pressure in there with occasional pain.

I want you to know that I tend towards using alternative means of healing first.  I believe the body is a self healing mechanism.  However, if I need help from any source that makes the most sense, I will get it!  I have been working with a chiropractor for the last twenty years on the fallout from the scoliosis issue with incredible results.

Many thanks to you for all of your help.  I was at a loss as to what to do next and I did not want to waste a lot of time and money on needless tests.  Thank you so much for reviewing my Internet pain test results with me!  I read them and found them to be very accurate!

Be well,

Meg

 

 

Meg Haworth, Ph.D.
Food Allergy Coach/Private Chef/Author
www.DeliciousAndHealthy.com
www.lulu.com/DeliciousAndHealthy – 14 Day Allergy Cookbook
Available in person in Los Angeles or via Phone or Skype World Wide

 

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JoAnne Prokopchuk

JoAnne Prokopchuk

JoAnne Prokopchuk RN, GNC

13 Glen Oak Crt

Barrie, ON Canada L4M 6M4

Feb 2,2016

www.DiagnoseMyPain.com

Dear Sirs,

I am a Registered Nurse who works with the elderly in Long Term Care. My current practice keeps me interested in evidenced based pain assessment so this online test intrigued me. I experience pain that is a result of a yoga incident I had about 3 years ago that causes me to have a lot of pain. None of the Canadian doctors really knew what was wrong with me.

I completed the Pain Testing at www.DiagnoseMyPain.com. The results absolutely nailed the issue and identified the injury which I had incurred. The questions are so detailed that a very comprehensive history is obtained and the accuracy of the results of my own personal case impressed me.

I would like to also add that I had a slip, slide fall the day before I did the test and was experiencing an acute onset of discomfort in my left hip when I laid on my left side.   I did the pain test and again the accuracy of the outcome results were impressive.

I want to say that I was first intrigued and wondered how this short questionnaire would provide such a comprehensive decision making algorithm with such an accurate diagnosis. I was curious!

This Pain Test is a most efficient way to obtain a detailed history, and diagnostic options, in such a short amount of time, which could otherwise take weeks and potentially months to do which costs money, time and at the end of the day is not beneficial to the one who is suffering.

The healthcare industry I work in is hard work and its employees are constantly exposed to potential musculoskeletal workplace injuries and the potential for lost time and high costs is very real. In my profession, we do see extreme chronic pain cases resulting from workplace injuries. I see this test as an added tool during the assessment process to get the right care and treatment in the right time for the patient with the goal to have the injured person return get well as soon as possible.

Good Luck with taking this further.

 

Respectfully,

JoAnne Prokopchuk RN, GNC

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Daniel Miller

Daniel Miller

Nelson,

Wanted to send you a quick note to touch base. I did have my wife take your online exam, thanks for providing access. In her case, the results appeared to be very accurate. (High liklihood of her “diagnosed condition” along with three other conditions that were more obscure but have never been mentioned during multiple previous doctor visits). I have a couple of thoughts and ideas I would like to run by you. It would appear that you have a product that has some significant untapped potential. I would also like to get a little more background information about the project and review some additional data.

Unfortunately, on a recent plane trip to NY I seem to have caught a bit of a bug and have completely lost my voice. On a course of antibiotics and steroids, so I expect to be conversational soon. Perhaps we could speak sometime on Friday to catch up on a few items.

Thanks for your patience, I look forward to talking with you soon.

Dan

Daniel Miller
ETC Capital

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Carlos Cain

Carlos Cain

Hi Nelson,
Carlos Cain commented on your status.
Carlos wrote: “I noticed Reggie Davis’s picture on the www.DiagnoseMyPain.com site. I’ll never forget you and the care I received in Baltimore. It’s been 10 years since he did my triple anterior fusion. I went to the best Neurosurgeon in Houston and he couldn’t diagnose my problems. I literally owe my life to you and your method of studying the body and soft tissue injuries. I can say from my own experience there is no one better than you Dr. Hendler. Your software at www.DiagnoseMyPain.com embodies your ability. I would highly recommend it to anyone in pain. I pray for you often and will never forget you. via: facebook_2015_logo_detail

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