Casey said she felt as though there was a setback the week before her thirteenth treatment. There was seepage of blood about the size of her toenail on a sock one day. Although she felt this was a setback, in some ways we both agreed that it was a good thing that whatever was inside the wound was finally coming out and draining from the internal wound. It seemed to us that the wound was a lot deeper on the inside than we thought when we started. Notice the swelling of the foot and toes in the first session. On the thirteenth session, the toes look healthy and no longer look swollen. The wound itself seems to look worse, but if you consider the toe around the wound, the toe looks much healthier. The pad of the foot is no longer swollen and Casey finds that her shoe size is a half size smaller. The blackened parts of the wound may be significantly changing and expunging the internal wound. We believe she is healing from the inside out! That means the wound will eventually go away and will not return. This is after five months of treatments. We are projecting that in another five months the wound will heal entirely.