complex regional pain syndrome


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What is complex regional pain syndrome?

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, known also as CRPS, is a chronic neurological disease which affects millions of people here in this country and around the world. And the number of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome cases among children is alarming.


What is the International Foundation for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome & RSD?

This website contains both educational and clinical information about Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and RSD. Sections of this website include:
  • How to Help - help us fund continued research for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome & RSD.

  • A 40 minute video, Children with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome & RSD, has been recorded with recent CRPS treatment innovations and has been reviewed by a panel of international experts on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. This CRPS video can be downloaded to your computer for viewing or you can purchase a copy of the CRPS video in either VHS or DVD format. Proceeds of the video sales benefit our Complex Regional Pain Syndrome & RSD foundation.

  • Research Updates on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome - A primary mission of the Complex Regional Pain Syndrome & RSD Foundation is to establish an international network, with up to the minute information about ongoing CRPS research, which will help educate medical professionals around the world.

  • Clinical Practice Guidelines For Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (third edition) - The Clinical Practice Guidelines have become a standard for managing CRPS & RSD.
For a complete listing of the areas on the Complex Regional Pain Syndrome & RSD Foundation website, please click here. We hope this website can help educate the world and help people understand what Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is all about.
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