COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME & TREATMENT

COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) or Reflex Sympathetic Dystophy RSD) is an uncommon form of chronic pain that usually affects an arm or a leg. Complex regional pain syndrome typically develops after an injury, surgery, stroke or heart attack, but the pain is out of proportion to the severity of the initial injury.

 The cause of complex regional pain syndrome isn’t clearly understood. Treatment for complex regional pain syndrome is most effective when started early. In such cases, improvement and even remission are possible.
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COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME

FAILED BACK SYNDROME - (FBS)

Failed Back Syndrome (FBS) is a type of chronic pain which results from Spine Surgery that has either failed to remedy the perceived surgical problem, or caused a new painful injury.

CHRONIC NECK PAIN

Neck injuries produce both pain and discomfort. Often caused by accidents or athletics, neck pain can hamper the way you feel in everyday life.

COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME - TYPE I

CRPS Type I is a type of chronic pain formerly known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy, Sudeck’s atrophy or algoneurodystrophy. It does not exhibit demonstrable nerve lesions.

SHOULDER & ELBOW INJURIES

Shoulder and Elbow injuries are often caused by athletic activities, but can also be triggered by everyday, around-the-house actions.

COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME -TYPE II

CRPS Type II is a type of chronic pain formerly known as causalgia. The source of the pain is from an obvious nerve injury. CRPS Type II tends to feature the more difficult to treat and painful symptoms.

WRIST & HAND INJURIES

Wrist and Hand injuries like dislocations, tendinitis, and even arthritis can limit your ability to perform your job and enjoy everyday life.

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