New diagnoses (a few) thanks to the in-depth, brilliant work of a neuroimmunologist and I’m devoting several weeks to healing and pain management.
Author Archives: Naomi Binkley
And Then Came COVID
Trying to keep our small business afloat, our team employed and family fed through the COVID lock-down, when I received the dreaded diagnosis that I had COVID-19.
Lessons In Chronic Pain
I am ready again. Ready to share where I’m at in my medical experience and explain why I’ve been off-the-radar after two brutally difficult years defined by pain.
Back To Square One
A huge step back in my medical journey as doubt is raised about my diagnosis and I continue my search for answers – starting with a muscle biopsy.
Hospitalized With A Tummy Bug
From hope to agony when I’m hospitalized with a stomach virus – for five days. It’s such a disappointing set-back to realize my continued vulnerability that I go kind of radio silent in sharing my story.
Functional Neurological Disorder
Learning new ways to move and retrain the brain at the Mayo Clinic BeST Clinic after being diagnosed with Functional Neurological Disorder.
My Mayo Clinic Experience
My experience with neurological and pulmonary tests at the Mayo Clinic to try to confirm or discover my diagnosis.
A One-In-A-Million Diagnosis
With a new diagnosis of Stiff Person Syndrome, we begin a range of treatments designed to alleviate the symptoms. It’s a cycle of treatments and trauma.
How It Began
Reflecting on how my health started to spiral into chronic pain and unanswered questions. Learn about the earliest symptoms and diagnosis.