BUT MY OTHER DOCTORS AND PRACTITIONERS HAVE TOLD ME I HAVE….
Again, though, what about the ‘tendonitis’, or ‘bursitis’, or ‘costo-chondrities’, or ‘plantar fasciitis’, or ‘epicondylitis’, or ‘osteoarthritis’, or other inflammatory or degenerative condition that my other doctors have told me that I have? Everyone ‘knows’ that these structures are tender due to inflammation….except over the last 20 years medical researchers, have proven conclusively that such an ‘inflammation’ does not exist as the cause of pain They have no other explanation for the tenderness and pain arising from such structures, but they know that inflammation has no role in this scenario. And there is not study to date where they looked specifically for small fiber nerve damage in such structures (so this remains a ‘theory’ at this point, instead of an ‘established fact’). But I think I know what they will find if they do look for this kind of nerve damage in these tender, symptomatic structures.