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Teen gets most of her smell back after ‘rebooting’ nerve system through series of shots

Reagan Springer, 13, can now eat her favorite food, pasta. This is something that the Nebraska teenager has not had in the last nine months. “It was so comforting to be able to just taste food,” Reagan said. In May 2021, Reagan was struck by COVID-19. Through this, he developed Parosmia, where the food he usually loved smelled disgusting. Doctors could not find the solution. “It was like, ‘This is going to last forever.’ “You will never be corrected, so I got in the car and cried,” Reagan said. Reagan’s mother, Heather Springer, later found a Facebook post where a pain specialist gave her vaccines to help her condition. “I called that night,” Springer said. Before Reagan found out, they went to Texas where she met David Gaskin. “It changes people’s lives,” Gaskin said. Gaskin gave Reagan a stellar ganglion that needed two shots into her neck. The astral ganglion is a collection of nerves located in the neck. The downloads helped restart this system and relieved people with Parosmia. “It was such a short time from the moment she was injected to the moment she was able to eat and smell food and see the difference,” Springer said. Gaskin said the procedure is not new and has only recently begun to be used to treat paroxysm. Gaskin said he has a 90% success rate. As soon as people started hearing about the shootings on social media, he said that his program filled up quickly. “I just healed a gentleman from Israel yesterday. He flew 19 hours to come from Israel for the injection,” Gaskin told his brother KETV. Gaskin said he is happy to be helping people get back to normal. “I see patient after patient coming in and crying with joy, all my staff is crying, I am crying. It is a difficult day but a wonderful day,” Gaskin said. Although the shots helped Reagan smell, he has not returned to 100%. “I had chicken wings the other night and it was okay, but grilled chicken is very bad,” Reagan said. Springer said Reagan’s Possession is now manageable. He credits those shots that Gaskin gave to Reagan. “If I could do it again from the beginning, I would not change anything. We would definitely go back and maybe get it a little earlier,” Springer said. After nine months, Reagan can finally return to adolescence. “I feel so much better and I’m much happier and I can do a lot more with my friends and things like that,” Reagan said.

Reagan Springer, 13, can now eat her favorite food, pasta. This is something that the Nebraska teenager has not had in the last nine months.

“It was so comforting to be able to just taste food,” Reagan said.

In May 2021, Reagan was struck by COVID-19. Through this, he developed Parosmia, where the food he usually loved smelled disgusting.

Doctors could not find the solution.

“It was like, ‘This is going to last forever.’ “You will never be corrected, so I got in the car and cried,” Reagan said.

Reagan’s mother, Heather Springer, later found a Facebook post where a pain specialist gave her vaccines to help her condition.

“I called that night,” Springer said.

Before Reagan found out, they went to Texas where she met David Gaskin.

“It changes people’s lives,” Gaskin said.

Gaskin gave Reagan a stellar ganglion that needed two shots into her neck. The astral ganglion is a collection of nerves located in the neck. The downloads helped restart this system and relieved people with Parosmia.

“It was such a short time from the moment she was injected to the moment she was able to eat and smell food and see the difference,” Springer said.

Gaskin said the procedure is not new and has only recently begun to be used to treat paroxysm. Gaskin said he has a 90% success rate. As soon as people started hearing about the shootings on social media, he said that his program filled up quickly.

“I just healed a gentleman from Israel yesterday. He flew 19 hours to come from Israel for the injection,” Gaskin told his brother KETV.

Gaskin said he was happy to help people get back to normal.

“I see patient after patient coming in and crying with joy, all my staff is crying, I am crying. It is a difficult day, but a wonderful day,” Gaskin said.

Although the shots helped Reagan smell, he has not returned to 100%.

“I had chicken wings the other night and it was okay, but grilled chicken is very bad,” Reagan said.

Springer said Reagan’s Possession is now manageable. He credits those shots that Gaskin gave to Reagan.

“If I could do it again from the beginning, I would not change anything. We would definitely go back and maybe get it a little earlier,” Springer said.

After nine months, Reagan can finally return to adolescence.

“I feel so much better and I’m much happier and I can do a lot more with my friends and things like that,” Reagan said.

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