Hi, and welcome to HW. I'm sorry that you've had reason to join us, but very glad that you've found us - this is a great group of people.
You mention exercise and stretching as well as being on baclofen, so am I right in thinking that you get muscular pain as well as nerve pain? Would something simple like hot/cold packs and massage be helpful for you? I don't have SCI, but have nerve root irritation/radicular pain from multiple compression fractures (T4-T8, T10-12) that gives me a lot of problems with spasm; massage is one of the few things that helps.
Are you under a neurologist or pain management doctor? I wonder if it would be worth speaking to him/her about a change in your meds - neurontin is only one of a number of meds used effectively for nerve pain. Lyrica is another (very similar to neurontin); there are several members here having great success with an anti-depressant med called Cymbalta. I myself take yet another - one called Topamax, which is used for management of migraines or epilepsy.
They're a big jump, but I guess there are also the implant options too, if they are appropriate for your situation. Have you ever heard of, or has your doctor ever mentioned a 'pain pump' or spinal cord stimulator?
I'm sure some of our other members will be along to welcome you very soon, and hopefully they'll have some further input for you.
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Full body CRPS with spasms, dystonia & contractures, gastroparesis, orthostatic hypotension,bradycardia/tachycardia, bursitis, CTS, osteoporosis, multiple compression fx, disc bulges.
Oxycodone ER/IR, Topamax, Mobic, Somac, Cipramil, Midodrine, Vit D & C, SCS, baclofen/bupivacaine pump