Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
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Complex regional pain syndrome is a chronic pain condition that can develop
after a serious injury. Individuals who suffer from this condition may
have pain in their back, hands, feet, arms or legs, and even their joints.
It can be a very frustrating syndrome, as many injury victims must deal
with loss of muscle, tenderness, stiffness, muscle spasms, and other debilitating symptoms.
Complex regional pain syndrome can bring many complications, making it
difficult for you to return to your job or perform your previous duties.
Douglas F. Kaleita, P.C. has helped countless workers recover the fair
compensation they deserved after suffering a serious injury and on-going pain.
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What causes complex regional pain syndrome?
It is believed that complex regional pain syndrome, also referred to as
reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD), is caused by some type of damage to
or malfunction in a person’s peripheral and central nervous systems.
This includes the brain and spinal cord, as well as the nervous system.
The most common triggers of this are:
- Sprains or strains
- Burns, cuts, bruises, etc.
- Fractures or broken bones
- Serious surgical procedures
- Excessive limb immobilization
Slip and falls in the workplace, vehicle accidents, and various other job-related
incidents can easily led to such devastating injuries. When complex regional
pain syndrome develops, it is important that the injury victim gets the
necessary care and treatment they need to manage their condition.
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How do I know if I have the syndrome?
If you notice changes in your skins temperature, color, or sensitivity
around the injury, in addition to chronic pain, you may be suffering from
complex regional pain syndrome. Pain in the limbs is common, but can also
be felt in any other part of your body. The level of pain and other symptoms
felt may even worsen overtime without proper treatment or monitoring by
a medical professional.
In order to be diagnosed, a qualified doctor must review your medical history,
examine your physical condition, and perform various other tests. It can
be a difficult condition to identify without the correct training, background,
and information. That is why it is so crucial that you retain a North
Georgia workers’ compensation attorney who will fight to secure
the right doctor for your case.