most challenging low back or knee pain while minimizing the dependence on pain medication.
Man Manages Chronic Pain, Now Fights for Others
AKRON, Ohio, Oct. 17, 2011 — As accidents go, it didn’t appear to be life-changing. Finish Carpenter Bob Harris of Akron, Ohio, severely injured his knee when his foot was stuck in a scaffolding bucket on a work site. That was over 11 years ago when he was 40.
It began a series of events that almost defy reality. Since that day he has undergone 16 surgeries, including two total knee replacements and two total hip replacements, has seen twenty different doctors, and is left a 52-year-old man who fights debilitating pain. He hasn’t worked regularly in nearly eight years.
But don’t think Bob Harris is taking this lying down. He is continuing to fight to get better.FULL ARTICLE CONTENT