Update on Roger Reeck

Roger and Marilyn Reeck, endorsed staff with Global Ministries, serve in Honduras with Wycliffe Bible Translators. For the past couple years, Roger has experienced much pain in his left foot. He recently underwent a bone fusion operation, which was successful. However, the pain has persisted. So while in San Antonio, Roger made an appointment at a pain clinic.

The doctor concurred with what a surgeon in Honduras had previously detected–that Roger has Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. This refers to “a chronic pain condition in which high levels of nerve impulses are sent to an affected site and results in a dysfunction in the central or peripheral nervous systems.” It is also called sympathy nerve.

The doctor in San Antonio agreed with the meds prescribed by the Honduran doctor.

Marilyn wrote on June 26, “At the pain clinic, they are also doing an intervention in the spine to see if this will help the problem, but it will take awhile to see if it is effective. In the meantime the pain level remains high. He is receiving physical therapy and will remain in the US for awhile. He can do a lot of his consulting work online.”

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  • Carol & Kent Maxwell
    Posted at 16:06h, 23 December

    Dear Marilyn and Roger,

    You have been in our prayers, and we’re so sorry for all the pain. Hopefully medications and/or some procedure can help alleviate that.

    Question: Can you give me a contact phone, mailing address, or email for your sister Sharon? We were in college together. Also, I’d like to see what she knows about her former mother-in-law Corrine Klotz. Corrine was a neighbor of ours in Huntington before they moved to Alabama, and we’ve lost touch.

    Again be assured of our continued prayers for you and your ministries!

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