Maybe Kingsport or Bristol. This would be quite a drive for me but I have to do something soon. I was diagnosed with Peripheral Neuropathy, RA, Severe Edema and Venous Insufficiency all in my feet and going up to my knees. I have been been in tremendous pain for many years as I was diagnosed at age 37. I just don't think I can stand it anymore. It is no doubt interfering with every facet of my life and causing low quality of life. I am never able to do things, simple things, that I used to do. I have 2 grandchildren and want to play with them and spend Quality time with them but my pain stops me from doing even that!!! I live in a disabled housing unit and stay home 99.5 % of the time due to my pain. I just thought maybe someone could help with a doctor's name or a clinic name in N.E. Tennessee. I live in S. W. Virginia and there is nothing where I live, it is way out in the boonies and the closest Larger City to where I live is across the state line in Tennessee. Thanks so much in advance for any help. Christian's Grammy
P.S. Just a thought for eveyone.... When I am feeling down and like no one understands.... I always try to think about the fact that there are others out there who are in a much worse condition than myself. It always makes me feel......... like I am not so alone:-)View Thread
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