Mogensen, a 67-year-old Sudbury resident, only saw a few small improvements to his quality of life after receiving the surgery Nov. 27. Before surgery, he mostly used a wheelchair to get around, something that hasn’t changed.
But he said he’s been able to sleep through the night since the surgery. Before receiving the procedure, he suffered from insomnia, a condition which he suspects was connected to his MS.
“I guess it’s kind of an anticlimax,” especially after hearing about dramatic improvements of other MS patients who have received liberation therapy, he said.
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