February 17, 2021
Joshua Adam Dover-Birthday, 2/17/2021, 39 years old
Joshua and his father woke up and decided to do a podcast. Joshua was dealing with pain and drowsiness. They wanted to do a podcast to show what life is like for them many times-low energy but pressing on.
They were able to take a drive in the country, which both of them enjoy tremendously. They started encountering snow and as soon as they decided to turn around they came upon a snowman in the middle of nowhere.
February 13, 2021
Joshua Adam Dover-Hip Surgery
Joshua and his father share about Joshua's experience after having hip injury. Joshua was excited to find out that much of his pain was coming from having a hip ball joint that was experiencing necrosis and the solution was to have hip surgery. There would be the relief from much of the pain he was experiencing. BUT...
February 8, 2021
Joshua wanted to do a quick interview while waiting for his hip surgery. It turns out that his ball joint has necrosis so he is having a ball joint replacement.
January 29, 2021
Joshua Adam Dover Recovery Update-Part Two
Joshua shares update on his rehab from his motorcycle accident. In this podcast he shares that he no longer has the uncontrollable throbbing of his leg and convulsions, but sadly when he gets into level 7 and up pain they continue to happen.
The good news is since the recording of this podcast Joshua had the surgery to remove the filter and it was successful.
Bad News is he had stroke symptoms later. Turned out he had an episode of conversion disorder, he was battling level 9 pain.. Found out one of the major reasons for his high levels pf pain is hip surgery did not work, his hip bone is actually dying. So he will need a hip replacement surgery. This is a big setback but Joshua will ultimately have relief from much of the pain he has currently.
January 29, 2021
Joshua Adam Dover-Recovery Status, Part One
Joshua gives an update of rehabilitation and recovery from his motorcycle accident. In this segment we cover his upper body.
January 10, 2021
Joshua and his father Richard talk about the importance of patient advocacy, especially regarding family members being involved during hospitalization. Also, the importance of prayer.
Joshua shares the importance of crying out to God for help and Richard shares the value of having Jesus as your advocate.
To learn more about having a relationship with God, go to www.thereishopetv.org/spiritual-resources.
December 25, 2020
This podcast starts out with Joshua's father talking about their estranged relationship and then goes into the spiritual journey of Joshua. It is clear God is a miracle worker and waymaker.
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December 24, 2020
Joshua and his father talk on a variety of topics regarding Joshua's journey after a tragic motorcycle crash. Joshua shares some of his dark moments, what happens when PTSD 'kicks in', how important perspective is in regards to life challenges, the importance of getting help when going through life issues, and that There is Hope.
Anyone who has been listening to these podcasts clearly understand things have not been easy for Joshua but at the end of the day he has hope.
December 8, 2020
Joshua's father received notification yesterday that Joshua was rushed to the emergency room because he was semi paralyzed from the neck down and that the doctors have no idea what is going on. In this podcast Richard gives and update on Joshua's status. (Joshua is gaining some ability to move his arms and hands.) Praise God for all the prayer warriors that are praying for Joshua.
Richard also shares the importance of being an advocate for a loved one if they go into the hospital. he explains why.
P.S. I should make it clear that Joshua is not always positive. He has gotten very discouraged and ready to give up during his rehab journey. He has shared about that in previous podcasts.
November 26, 2020
Joshua is the son of There is Hope Radio Host Pastor Richard Dover.
Continuation of interview with Joshua regarding uncontrollable pain.