Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is a chronic condition causing sufferers to experience severe, constant pain in one (or more) limbs of the body. Scientists still have many questions about the condition, but what is known about it is that it generally occurs after an accident involving a particular limb of […]
CRPS – Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Living with the burning pain of CRPS is not easy. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a long-term, chronic condition that causes severe burning pains and other unpleasant symptoms.
For those who are unaware, CRPS stands for “Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)”. CRPS usually affects sensory and motor disturbances of one’s limbs. However; as a crucial aspect of the nervous system, our eyes also become affected by the disturbances of CRPS. Complex regional pain syndrome does not have a […]
Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome is a neurological condition primarily caused by improper function of the central nervous system. For those of you who don’t remember high school anatomy, the central nervous system connects the brain, the brain stem, and the spinal cord. CRPS comes in two different forms, differentiated by […]
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, or CRPS, is a progressive condition characterized by discomfort and pain that can affect your bones and joints, your skin, or your muscle tissue. Women suffer from it far more frequently than men, and it appears most often among adults between the ages of 20 and […]
What Is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome? Complex regional pain syndrome, or CRPS, is a chronic pain disorder of the bodily extremities, or limbs. When the arms, legs, hands or feet experience physical trauma, this sparks the onset of CRPS in select cases. Accordingly, CRPS reflects damage to both the peripheral […]
Complex regional pain syndrome is a form of chronic pain that causes swelling and a constant pain in one limb of an individual. Very little is known about this condition but it typically develops after the individual has injured their limb. Although the injury may be very minor, the pain […]