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Jess Gupton's Recovery Story.

Cornerstone of Recovery’s North Carolina Regional Outreach Manager Jess Gupton shares her recovery story.Jess works with patients from Asheville, Charlotte, Raleigh and the rest of North and South Carolina. If you are seeking an inpatient addiction treatment program, Jess can help.(828) 333-5888
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Drug Recovery Story | Substance Abuse Treatment- De-addiction Story from Cadabam’s

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Do you know how treatment for Substance abusers not only helps the individuals but family as well? This is a drug de-addiction recovery story of the recovery individual at Cadabam’s. The recovery individual conveys that initially, it is the realization of your solitude and learning what we have done is the first thing what you need to get sober. It is important to realize that our addiction behavior does not do only lowers the social standards of your family but also will make people lose trust on you. The individual thanks, Cadabam’s to help him make him sober and less impulsive and keep his temper intact which was the main cause triggering his addiction.

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Spastic Cerebral Palsy Surgical and Rehabilitation Treatment | Journee’s Story

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Journee, age 4, and her mother traveled from Boston to Baltimore, where Johns Hopkins pediatric orthopaedic surgeon Ranjit Varghese and neurosurgeon Shenandoah Robinson collaborated with the rehabilitation team at the Kennedy Krieger Institute to develop a treatment plan to get her standing and walking the first time since being born with cerebral palsy. #SpasticCerebralPalsy

Learn more at https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neurology_neurosurgery/centers_clinics/pediatric_neurosurgery/conditions/cerebral_palsy.html

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Ketamine for PTSD and alcohol abuse – A veteran's story – Mike – Klarisana

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Mike is a US Army Veteran who served in the burn unit of Brooke Army Medical Center during the Vietnam War. He was an electroencephalographic (EEG) technician who assisted with death determinations of many severely burned US service-members. What he witnessed resulted in years of profound symptoms of post traumatic stress. In this video he shares his story and discusses the positive effect that ketamine had on his symptoms and the profound effect ketamine therapy had with regards to treating his alcohol abuse. Mike received infusion therapy at Klarisana San Antonio as part of the VA Choice network.

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Centers currently operating in San Antonio And Austin Texas. Our centers provide a private room for in infusion, one-to-one staffing, dynamic dose escalation which far exceeds the “NIH Protocol.” We strive to hit the Psychotropic Therapeutic Response (PTR).

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Drug Addiction Recovery Documentary (Lucas' AmazingTrue Story)

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Drug Addiction Recovery Documentary (Lucas' AmazingTrue Story)

Lucas’ true story of drug addiction and recovery (Documentary). For all of you that think you (or a loved one) will never get recovery, this addiction story will bring you hope. Lucas had been homeless, hit multiple bottoms, was in countless rehabs, and lost several people he cared about, because of addiction. His family had tried everything. Most people would have just given up, but Lucas’ family refused to give up.

Lucas overdosed on many occasions, he was homeless, he lost so many relationships, and his friends were dying of addiction. Can you force someone to go to rehab? Lucas’ parents did on more than one occasion. Eventually, forcing him into addiction treatment was the thing that got his clean and sober (and into long term recovery). But before that, there were a LOT of relapsing and many bottoms.

If you’re wondering how to help someone with an addiction who is in denial, this video is going to help you understand how people with drug and alcohol problems think and which will help you understand how to approach someone in denial.

Lucas came from a very loving family, went to a private Catholic school, and was taught to be hardworking and responsible, but none of these things protected him again developing a severe addiction problem before he was even old enough to drive.

Like many teens, he experimented with alcohol and pot, but by the time Lucas was 15 years old, he had developed a full on crack addiction. His parents tried relentlessly to help him.

They changed his school multiple times, they sent him to treatment over and over again, they kicked him out, but nothing they did seemed to make a difference.

They were forced to watch their son spiral into addiction and couldn’t do anything to stop it.

Lucas experienced every major consequence you could imagine. He lost friends, he didn’t graduate high school on time, he overdosed multiple times, he lost friends to overdoses, he was homeless, and the list goes on and on. None of these consequences made a difference.

Everything Lucas would get out of a rehab center, he went directly back to drugs and alcohol.

Listen to Lucas as he explains his addiction almost destroyed his life and how he was finally able to break the cycle. This story is packed with lessons for any parent who has a child struggling with any type of addiction to drugs or alcohol.

For more information on how to help yourself or a loved one struggling with a drug or alcohol problem visit:
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Tell Me a Story: Straightening Out Scoliosis

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A mother’s instinct told Courtney Strotman something was wrong with her baby. Her daughter, Addyson, was 4 weeks old when Courtney noticed the bump on her back. Courtney’s husband, Brandon, tried to ease her fears, telling her it was just a muscle. But Courtney insisted it was something more. Five months later, doctors at Cincinnati Children’s diagnosed Addyson with infantile scoliosis. An X-ray last November measured the curve in Addyson’s spine at 26 degrees. Two months later, it had worsened to 42 degrees. The Strotmans’ options were to do nothing and face the complications of spinal deformity, to put growing rods in Addyson’s spine, or to try to correct the problem with a series of casts that their baby would wear for about a year. They decided on casting, a method that is quickly becoming the preferred treatment for early onset scoliosis. Orthopaedic surgeon Peter Sturm, MD, recently joined Cincinnati Children’s and brought the Mehta casting technique to Cincinnati. “We can actually control curves and frequently get them better just with casting,” Sturm says. “It’s less invasive, and it works.”
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John Kemppainen, MD, pediatric orthopaedic surgeon with Spectrum Health Medical Group at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, discusses the detection and treatment of scoliosis, a curvature of the spine.

For more information, visit: http://www.helendevoschildrens.org/Orthopaedics

Drugs & Alcohol Addiction Recovery: Travis' Story

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Drugs & Alcohol Addiction Recovery: Travis' Story

This is the Powerful Life Changing Testimony of Travis from Waco, KY. He came to RU at the Men’s School of Discipleship in Rockford, IL, and God started giving him victory from his strongholds and addictions.

Hear this amazing testimony of victory over addiction. Learn more about the RU Schools of Discipleship at http://ruhomes.org

Sometimes You Need to Get Away. Sometimes Far, Far Away.

The RU Recovery Residential Schools of Discipleship are a six-month intensive discipleship program for men and women with troubled lives. We provide a reconstructive learning atmosphere where the non-functioning person can be trained in a supportive environment of discipleship consisting of study, mentoring, Bible education, and workplace training. This atmosphere can be referred to as a “greenhouse” effect. We help get the student rooted firmly, so they are able to withstand all that life brings to them.

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Step 4: Truth – Austin’s Story about Addiction Recovery

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http://mormonchannel.org/12steps Austin never thought his drug addiction would hurt the people he loved. When drug dealers threatened his family for information on his location, he knew he had to change. But how could he? Was there any good left in him? In the addiction recovery program, Austin learned the truth: God had given him many good qualities, and He had the power to help Austin uncover them again.

Step 4 – Truth: Make a searching and fearless written moral inventory of yourself.

Those who face addictions often struggle with the consequences of their choices for many years, sometimes for their whole lives. The outcomes that are portrayed in this video series do not reflect the possible range of outcomes that may be experienced by others. If you or someone you love is experiencing these challenges, or would like more information about addiction recovery, please visit http://addictionrecovery.lds.org.

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Step 5: Confession – Moroni's Story About Drug Addiction Recovery

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Step 5: Confession -  Moroni's Story About Drug Addiction Recovery

Moroni tells his story about addiction, recovery, and the 12-step program.

Step 5 – Confession: Admit to yourself, to your Heavenly Father in the name of Jesus Christ, to proper priesthood authority, and to another person the exact nature of your wrongs.

Those who face addictions often struggle with the consequences of their choices for many years, sometimes for their whole lives. The outcomes that are portrayed in this video series do not reflect the possible range of outcomes that may be experienced by others. If you or someone you love is experiencing these challenges, or would like more information about addiction recovery, please visit addictionrecovery.lds.org.

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