Pain is a common phenomenon that we experience very often after doing heavy workout at gym, long hours of office work, or house cleaning. Sometimes, while doing our daily activities or accidently we get injured. Minor injuries are often get healed by taking medication as prescribed by an experienced doctors. However, there are certain injuries to which a person’s body may react abnormally. One of the various abnormal reactions is CRPS.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a persistent medical condition in which a patient experiences consistent debilitating and severe pain. Though majority of CRPS cases are caused by an injury, the subsequent pain is intense and enduring than normal. The pain is often limited to one limb; however, it can sometimes extend to other body parts. Affected body parts’ skin may become significantly sensitive that just a minor touch or even a variation in temperature can arouse enormous acute pain. Many CRPS cases slowly improve to some extent over time, or get fully better. But in certain cases, CRPS never goes away and the patient will continue to experience pain for many years ahead.
If you are experiencing persistent pain that is preventing you from doing day-to-day activities, see your doctor and get an expert treatment as soon as possible. Delay in treatment for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) could result in chronic medical condition.
Along with taking cure and treatment as per your doctor’s instructions, making the most of following therapies will fasten the healing process and help relieve Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS):
Psychological Support: Emotional help, optimistic thinking and health counseling will uplift your self-confidence that will assist in your fast recovery to your normal activities.
Acupuncture: It is an ancient Chinese alternative medicine in which fine needles are inserted in specific body parts from where pain originates.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a persistent painful body limb condition that requires immediate treatment to avoid any sort of long-term chronic consequences. Getting psychological support from a health counselor and acupuncture from an experienced practitioner will help a patient’s quick recovery. In case you or any of your loved one has recently injured and suffering from any sort of body pain, get an experienced advice from Dr. Zaki Anwar by placing an appointment at (815) 464-7212. He is a certified Pain Management Specialist who has been providing effective treatment of CRPS for several years with successful results. We will respond you within 24 hours.