- August 23
Though any injury may lead to chronic pain, with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) you may develop severe pain from a minor injury like a sprain or small cut. Typically, the pain sensations only affect the injured limb, like the hand, arm, foot, or leg.
Though more and more people are familiar with CRPS, the pain condition is still a bit of a mystery to many, and it may go misdiagnosed.
At Advanced Interventional Pain Management, with offices in Texarkana, Hot Springs, Little Rock, El Dorado, Arkadelphia, and Mena, Arkansas, our pain management specialists, Dr. Jacob Abraham and Dr. Ryan Stuckey diagnose and treat many pain conditions, including CRPS.
We want to share what we know about CRPS, including its symptoms, how we diagnose the pain condition, and the treatment options.
What is complex regional pain syndrome?
CRPS is a chronic pain condition that causes ongoing, excessive pain, swelling