Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Complex regional pain syndrome is a painful (and somewhat mysterious) way to live. Usually affecting the arms or legs, this syndrome produces a chronic pain that can, at times, be severe. About 90 percent of victims have Type 1 (also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome), which affects them after an illness or injury that is not directly related to the area experiencing pain. The rest of victims have Type 2 (used to be Causalgia), which affects them after an injury directly to the area experiencing pain.
If you have become a victim of complex regional pain syndrome through the careless or intentional actions of another person (such as through surgery or injury), contact our team today. We can help you receive the funds you deserve for your treatment, such as medications and pain relievers, tests and examinations, and physical therapy.