Testimony – Healed of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

This wonderful praise report was submitted to our website on June 5th, 2013.

I thank the Lord for:

A while back I sent a prayer request for my nephew (age 11)in Alberta, Canada. He had not walked for 7 1/2 months. He was diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) formerly known as RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy).

He got to the point he was unable to walk at all, unable to sit due to pain in his hip and had severe breathing issues and at times was unable to speak. He was also starting to get sound and light sensitive and wanted to be left in a dark room without any noise. He would hyperventilate when exposed to chlorine, gasoline, smoke and even cooking smells. His leg was so sensitive a light breeze would hurt him, even a sheet touching his leg.

My sister drove him 4,000 kms to Rhode Island for treatment, but unfortunately this treatment didn’t help. They were planning on driving to Mexico in a couple of weeks to try a really expensive treatment in which he would be put in an induced coma with ketamine drugs to try to reset his brain, since this condition is due to the brain shooting pain to parts of your body that are affected.

My nephew experienced a miraculous healing last week. My sister had wheeled him outside in his reclining wheelchair (since he was unable to sit up due to not being able to bend his leg). He had been sitting watching his older brother and cousins play. At one point he asked my sister to come and pray with him. My sister thanked God that they had the hope of going to Mexico for treatment and for the hope that my nephew would get better. After the prayer my nephew said he felt God put his legs back. He started walking!!!

We are totally in awe of what God has done for my nephew, and for the family. He was healed miraculously. I would like to thank you for your prayers and wanted to share this amazing miracle of Jesus. Feel free to share with others.

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