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What is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)?
If you are struggling with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, pain can look different depending on how it impacts your body. Some patients have persistent pain that typically affects a specific limb, although it can spread to other body parts over time. Symptoms of this condition may include intense burning or throbbing pain, changes in skin color and temperature, swelling, and extreme sensitivity to touch.
Spinal Cord Stimulator Treatment For CRPS
Different treatments are available depending on the type, severity, and location of your CRPS symptoms. Your doctor will discuss causes and pain-causing specific symptoms as well as how you can minimize and manage them. Our premier treatment for patients who are struggling with pain due to CRPS is Spinal Cord Stimulator Treatment. Your doctors will determine if you are a suitable candidate for this treatment.
Spinal cord stimulator treatment uses a cutting-edge medical device that can reduce pain. Through the use of modern medical technology, low-level electrical signals move toward the spinal cord to modify pain signals and provide noticeable relief for chronic pain conditions.
This modern approach focuses on treating pain safely and effectively, making it a promising option for those seeking long-term pain management solutions. By blocking or modifying pain impulses, a spinal cord stimulator can effectively reduce the discomfort that individuals experience as a result of complex regional pain syndrome.
How BEST Can Help
At BEST Health System, CRPS is one of the many conditions we treat with expert care. At our Outpatient Ambulatory Surgery Center, we provide many treatments and services based on our patient’s individual needs. If you are unsure if you have Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) or haven’t been diagnosed yet, BEST Health System can help. First, we gather information about your condition and health history, perform an exam, perform diagnostic testing, and then update you on the results and treatment options.
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