Ailments: Painful left knee, complications after breast surgery.
I began seeing Mr. Jaroslawski in November 2010. My first visit was to see if he could help me with a problem, that I was having with a pain full left knee.
I was truly surprised with the results of his treatment. However, the greatest gift that I received to date was the relief from the pain that I was left with after breast surgery.
I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2006 and underwent a lumpectomy and this was followed by Radiation Treatment. I had turned down six months of chemotherapy. The surgery had left me with a great deal of scar tissue and my breast became almost solid with it.
I was not prepared for the pain that came with that. Since I am still employed full time, pain medication was not an option. I never knew when it would strike, the duration or severity of it. At times it was so severe, it would stop me in my tracks. The pain came in waves that would last a minute or two, subside only to start right back again. This could go on for five or ten minutes and might not return that day or it could go on all day and at times it would wake me up in the middle of the night. The only way to describe the pain would be to compare it with night cramps or a charley hoarse that came in waves in ones chest.
When I spoke to my oncologist about it, I was told that some women are sometimes left with this after surgery and that there was really nothing that could be done other than pain medication.
How do I say thank you to someone who has freed me from pain that I have endured for the last five years!
I have been free of this since December of 2010 and the most amazing thing is that the tissue in my breast has softened to almost normal.
Can this be true? It is and I would tell any woman that is going through scar tissue pain, that there is hope for you.
Mr Jaroslawski, from the bottom of my heart I thank you.
Windsor, Ontario, 21.07.2011