9 years ago, Kris died at home. An electrical problem in his body caused his heart to stop. He was revived and was given a lifesaving pacemaker/defibrillator. While saving his life, the defibrillator forced Kris to retire after 3 decades of service in law enforcement.
Neuropathy (pain and numbness in the hands and feet) set in one year after the surgery, causing him debilitating pain. After being put in a wheel chair, given a spinal fusion, visits to the Mayo clinic and U of U, he was told he would never walk again. Kris was left with one option: pain killers.
Kris was taking very high doses of hydrocodone around the clock, 10 325mg pills in a 24-hour period and the maximum dose of Tylenol. Even after all this, his pain was still unmanageable. His life was dictated by pain.
After a few short months of working with Kris, he is now out of 90% of his pain. His hydrocodone’s are down to a half a pill per day! He is down 75 lbs. He does not require the use of aids (wheel chair or crutches). And he is off most of his medications!
The best part? Travel. Kris was confined to his house. He couldn’t go anywhere. Traveling in the car was brutal. Since beginning his recovery, Kris and his wife have been all over southern Idaho enjoying some well-deserved road trips.
My hat is off to you, Kris. Keep up the good work!