Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Karson is back to the Provo Rehab after having the permanent baclofen pump placed in his back. He seems not be as tight in his shoulders and his arms. We are going up to Salt Lake this Friday to see his doctor at the U of U, so that he can fine tune the dosage that will work for Karson. He seems a little uncomfortable now because he went through surgery to get the pump placed but I know it is only temporary. He starts a three day EEG this afternoon to see if he is still having seizure activity. He has been on seizure medication since the accident happened just in case of seizures. We haven't seen any sign of seizures but to really see if they are going on, we felt like he had to do this continuous EEG. He is responding more and more to everybody when they talk to him. He answers yes and no questions which has really been helpful in making him comfortable. Jordan Imani, Karson's girlfriend, came last week and she visited him. He absolutely loved her here. Thanks Jordan for all the time you spent with him. He misses you now and can't wait for you to come back out. Thanks for all your continued support. We all feel comforted by your love and prayers. This has been such a long drawn out ordeal and I can't believe all the people that still write, call and stay in touch. Our hearts are full of gratitude from all the support.