Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
This disabling disease affects the legs or arms resulting in pain. Complex regional pain syndrome can occur after a nerve injury, trauma, surgery, or immobilization. The key to treating this disabling pain syndrome is early diagnosis and treatment. As pain specialists, this disease is not uncommon to us. Early detection and aggressive treatment through a combination of medication, physical therapy, and interventional techniques can stop complex regional pain syndrome in its tracks.
Complex regional pain syndrome may persist even after treatment in the acute phase. This is called chronic complex regional pain syndrome and there are different treatment plans from which patient can attain freedom from their pain.
Lumbar Sympathetic Block
Spinal Cord Stimulator Implant