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Post-Injury Chronic Pain (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome)

Post-Injury Chronic Pain (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome): Overview, Symptoms, Treatment | Singapore General Hospital

Post-Injury Chronic Pain (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) - What it is

After an injury such as a bruise, sprain or fracture of the arm or leg, complete healing and recovery occurs after a few weeks. In a small percentage of people, pain may persist at or around the injured site even though the skin or deeper tissues appear normal. This painful condition is called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). In some instances, the injury leading to CRPS may be so minor that patients sometimes cannot recall the injury or event that triggered CRPS.

Post-Injury Chronic Pain (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) - How to prevent?

Post-Injury Chronic Pain (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) - Causes and Risk Factors

Post-Injury Chronic Pain (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) - Diagnosis

Post-Injury Chronic Pain (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) - Treatments

Post-Injury Chronic Pain (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) - Preparing for surgery

Post-Injury Chronic Pain (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) - Post-surgery care

Post-Injury Chronic Pain (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) - Other Information

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