My Healing/Non-Healing Journey

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I love to dance the tango. It filled my life. Suddenly, I can’t dance it anymore!

I was diagnosed with osteoarthritis in my hip joint and told that the pain would increase gradually by each step I take, as it will grind away another layer of my almost non-existing cartilage. At the age of 40, my steps were very painful.

There was only one position I could sleep in at night and I was told my other hip joint was about to soon follow the fate of the first. That would mean I would have no position without pain and no more sleep. I had to do something about that.

The idea of becoming a pill-junkie was not an inspiring thought. I decided to look for alternatives. I found one that sounds good, but I couldn’t know if it will work. Regular medical science tells me there is no way out. I can have my hip replaced, but that will only last for a few years.

Read more: Staying Grateful and Strong with Advanced Osteoarthritis

The idea is to see if micro vibrations or sound therapy could stimulate my joint into growing some cartilage. On my birthday my dad gave me a machine that produces these vibrations. Now, I am on a journey. This is my healing/non-healing journey. I call it that way because I do not know what the result will be.

Since growing cartilage seems to be a more time-consuming task, I believe that we still have a few months before we get the verdict: Healed or Not-healed.

Have you tried Micro-vibrations or Sound Therapy for your osteoarthritis? Comment below to Show your Support!