Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Arms

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Arms

CRPS in the arms, the most frequent -but most easy to solve- situation. CRPS on the upper extremities (arms, hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder) is the most common to occur in the totality of patients diagnosed with this condition: 60% of cases affect this part of the body....
Crps Misdiagnosis

Crps Misdiagnosis

Misdiagnosis is one of the first enemies for a patient suffering from Chronic Pain. In this small essay, we will focus on a much-debated topic and a growing problem affecting the community around CRPS and its treatment: misdiagnosis. As we have seen in our previous...
Neridronate Infusions

Neridronate Infusions

How did Neridronate infusions become the treatment of choice for CRPS In this small essay we will briefly describe Neridronate infusions and how this treatment became the treatment of choice for CRPS in Italy. Neridronate is a bisphosphonate of third generation that...
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Ankle

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Ankle

CRPS affecting the ankle, case analysis and treatment options As we all know, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is an extremely painful and potentially debilitating disease. There are no diagnostic tests available for this condition and the only possible way to obtain a...
Living with CRPS

Living with CRPS

What it means for patients and caregivers. Living with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is a huge challenge that can be difficult for anyone: with the intense pain and, often, extreme levels of disability involved, any daily task can be a very difficult mountain to...