I have been a Pre-K teacher right here in Coral Gables for the last 10 years. I have a big class, well organized and everything in its place. I am all over in my class, go here, go there, do this do that. I do it all. Not to mention a family and a home to look after, including an eight year old who is high-energy all over and still is. A handful, but a joy. Two years ago I made a movement with my arm and it started a spiral of pain. Do not remember what I did or where but a while later I started having a sharp pain in my left shoulder blade area. Partially on the back and front of shoulder, running down my arm. The pain was very slight but nothing that could or would keep me from doing my regular everyday assignments at work or at home. In December of 2019, right before Christmas break, I was at work and started to feel pain again. Thought well great, it is back. It came and went and did not think much about it until the afternoon. At 1:00am the ambulance took me to Coral Gables Hospital. The nurse looked for permission to inject me with morphine because the pain was so strong and so bad. Went home and immediately saw my doctor and looked for solutions. He recommended CORA and the rest is history. Feel so much better that I have finally been able to sleep on my side and have not felt a single ounce of pain.
Thank you, CORA. I am forever thankful for the patience that was provided, besides the therapeutic applications, under such uncertain times.