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Chronic Pain | Complex regional pain syndromes by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 18 Sep 2008 10:22am Complexregionalpainsyndromes (CRPS, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, causalgia) are pain ful neuropathic disorders that develop after trauma affecting a limb with (I) or without (II) nerve injury. Clinical features are pain, impairment of motor function, swelling and autonomic abnormalities (changes in sweating and blood flow). The International Ass ... Read on »
What causes spine discomfort rib region Pain guild wars 2 gold inside the shoulders across the rib area is a type of dilemma by gw2mail Posted Sat 16 Feb 2013 12:30am   What causes spine discomfort rib region Painguild wars 2 goldinside the shoulders across the rib area is a type of dilemma. There are lots of and diverse will cause for discomfort on the bottom.    The most common and a lot unpleasant can be an painful rib. Other will cause incorporate muscle spasms, neural compression setting, rib bone fractu ... Read on »
Epigastric pain, Syncope, and Saddleback ST Elevation by Stephen Smith Posted Thu 19 Sep 2013 8:35am A male in his 30's who is an elite athlete with no risk factors for coronary disease had brief epigastric pain followed by brief syncope.  He presented to the ED never having had any chest pain or SOB, and with mild epigastric pain. Here is his prehospital ECG There is sinus rhythm with a large peaked P-wave in lead II, and there ... Read on »
Regions of the Brain Involved in Pain Processing are Different for Fibromyalgia Patients, Study Shows by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Thu 05 Aug 2010 12:00am Jenifer Goodwin, healthday reporter recently showcased a new study showing that fibromyalgia patients have more "connectivity" between brain networks and regions of the brain involved in pain processing. The new study suggests why sufferers feel pain even when there is no obvious cause. Researchers from Massachusetts General Hosp ... Read on »
Sensory processing characteristics of adults who have complex regional pain syndrome by Chris Alterio Occupational Therapist Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:57pm I. Literature Review Introduction The purpose of this project was to explore complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) by using current models of sensory modulation disorder (SMD) and by using narrative interview. Sensory processing theory as grounded in sensory integration theory (Ayres, 1979, p. 5) and later modified by Dunn (1997) provided t ... Read on »
Complex regional pain syndrome: yes, it’s complex by Bronwyn T. Occupational Therapist Posted Sun 06 Jul 2014 9:03pm Complex regional pain sydrome or “CRPS” (pronounced CRIPS) is an enigma. It’s complex. It involves different body systems. It’s very, very painful, and it can be incredibly disabling. It has had lots of different names over the years – in 1982 when I trained it was called “causalgia” or “Sudeck’s atrophy”, but in 1993 the International Associa ... Read on »
Neck Pain, Upper Back Pain and Shoulder Pain Common in Cyclists by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:13am The American Bureau of Transportation Statistics states that there are more than 40 million Americans who ride bikes at least monthly. Over 5 million people ride at least 20 days/month. With so many Americans bicycling injuries sustained have also risen especially neck and upper back pain. Because of the position that a cyclist takes while biki ... Read on »
Neck Pain, Upper Back Pain and Shoulder Pain Common in Cyclists by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 30 Sep 2008 1:14am 4 Comments The American Bureau of Transportation Statistics states that there are more than 40 million Americans who ride bikes at least monthly. Over 5 million people ride at least 20 days/month. With so many Americans bicycling injuries sustained have also risen especially neck and upper back pain. Because of the position that a cyclist takes while b ... Read on »
Musculoskeletal pain is NOT caused by activity, age or genetics. What causes musculoskeletal pain is… by Matt Whitehead Posted Thu 14 Jan 2010 12:00am I’m sure many of you saw the article ( Treat Me, but No Tricks Please ) in the New York Times about Physical Therapy this week. The author talks about how many of the treatments don’t seem to work or only offer short term relief. The article also talks about how there are many “voodoo” treatments offered now that have not been proven in studies ... Read on »
Pain relief for Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain, Back Pain by Taylore V. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:55am 2 Comments Have Pain? Tried everything else for pain relief? Are you willing to go beyond the physical reality in finding the reasons for for Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain, and/or Back Pain? The root cause for Pain relief has been covered up by over-the- counter pain pills and prescription drugs for many years... So, the pain is covered up and you ma ... Read on »