Stem Cell Miracles

For years I taught fitness, health, stress management and relaxation techniques.  In hopes of helping people stay vibrant, healthy and happy I put my heart and soul into my work.   I have also spent much of my time writing and doing photography, and worked professionally as a dancer.  I have just published two small books on Amazon.  I hope to share what I learned care giving my mama for ten years, and make the job easier for the giver and receiver.

The past seven years have been really difficult as during that time I had some horrific incidents.  I broke both wrists (my left one twice), and my leg.  I had a total hip replacement and a hysterectomy.   My sister told me if I didn’t do anything (like riding bikes and athletic things) I wouldn’t break anything!  I have always been high-energy and love life.
I still do.

During these healing times, I used every bit of information I shared with others when I taught.  I did not help heal them, but only tried to give what I was given, and really, God was the healer at the core of it all.  I am still using the techniques and “believe” I am better and better every day.

I have two websites (stressmanagementmagic.com and marshajobrien.com – “Relax, it’s just life”.)  Because of circumstances you’ll read below, my writing is limited to sitting for half hour stints at the computer.

My husband is a champion of men.  He works as head shop mechanic and fixes everything for his company – including huge machinery that has been sitting in the sun during our 114-117 temperatures.  After work he took care of all of my responsibilities and me!  He still does! Two and one half years ago I had a fall and broke my back.  He works very hard to support and provide for us.

“Circumstances” took my back to a very serious level and I had a burst compression fracture, and two serious neurosurgeries.  I am now disabled, but not complaining about it…it is just a fact. I am happy to be alive and walking.

Because I am unable to work, as my disability took away my physical health and endurance, I am unable to kayak, do outdoor photography, hike, and play with my eight grandchildren or my dogs.  In other wards it changed my life. But more than that, it has changed my husband’s life forever.
One of my doctors suggested I have my own stem cells “transplanted” to my body to heal my hip  (yes, my other hip needs replacement).  I think I wore the hips out dancing and teaching high intensity aerobics, but I believe my work helped so many people I do not regret one minute of it.

I have done my homework and I ABSOLUTELY want the procedure that helps my body to help itself.  It is not FDA approved, as they are unable to approve the body healing itself.  Surprise, surprise, surprise!  🙂

Because Medicare and AARP won’t cover the procedure, I don’t believe I will be able to do this unless a miracle happens.

It would take longer to heal than a surgery, and no one knows if it will heal me 100% – but I believe it will be amazing, and if it works for me, I could be living proof that stem cell replacement really works.  Innately I feel that it will help many different things happening in my body.

This procedure might be able to help my disabilities that are invisible to others, but plague me every moment of my life.

Stem cell replacement is a major anti-inflammatory. Studies give hope to those with spinal cord injuries (such as myself) cancer patients, and the millions with arthritis. Perhaps it could help not only my children and grandchildren, but also many people! This is just the beginning…..who knows what miracles may come!

As a person who has always believed the body is a wonderful healing mechanism, I dream of being able to get this stem cell procedure.

I only became aware of this website recently, through an acquaintance who suggested my cause was important. I thought it was a miracle to find her and this website. Perhaps this can be the purpose of my life now that my life is so radically changed.
That is my story.  Because my back injuries changed my life forever, I know life can change in a moment.  I know life can’t always be the way I would wish it, but I have high hopes and great expectations.

Thank you for your time and consideration.  If you wish to make a donation go to http://www.gofundme.com/stemcellmiracles

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3 Responses to “Stem Cell Miracles”

  1. My Article Read (8-9-2015) | My Daily Musing Says:

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  2. Thelondonflowerlover Says:

    Have you tried tumeric, ginger and asparagus. The first two help with inflammation….. the third increases your antioxidants

    • Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

      Thank you for the information! I love asparagus! I have eaten ginger drops for upset tummy, but don’t know how to use those two cooking. I will check out today. Thanks again for taking time to share this with me. Blessings to you!

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