My name is Sandra Watson. I am 45 years old and for the most part am a healthy, active, and energetic woman. However, in August of 1985 my life changed dramatically. I was in an auto accident in which my life changed dramatically. I was in an auto accident in which our car ran into the back of another car stopped in the middle of the Interstate with no brake lights. I suffered a traumatic brain injury and was in the hospital two months. The first month I spent in a coma and the other month in extensive therapy.
I consider it a miracle that I survived the accident in the first place. Even more of a miracle I am able to live a completely independent life being able to meet mine and my family needs. Unfortunately, though, I have suffered headaches since that accident 23 years ago.
I have been to numerous Doctors, including a Neurologist at Emory University who specializes in headaches. Each doctor put me on powerful prescription drugs, which had undesirable side effects. What is worse is none of them alleviated my headaches! As a result, I decided to totally give up in Doctors, but this led me to self medicate with myself with headache powders. I was taking as many as 8 powders in a day! I knew I was destroying my stomach and liver.
I found out about Dr. Jeff and have been coming to see him since November 2007. I can honestly say that it has been a struggle to get off of the headache powders, because I was so dependent upon them. I was determined, with the Lord’s help, to put that dependency behind me.
My headaches had been going on for so long that at first, I did not notice an improvement. Then after a month I decided to stop the headache powders cold turkey. At about the same time, I starting feeling relief from my headaches, after each visit with Dr. Jeff I have more energy and feel lighter on my feet! I would recommend Dr. Jeff to anyone who wants to improve his or her health and be delivered from dependency on drugs to feel better. I fully believe the best is yet to come for me! Thanks for letting me share my story.