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COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME FROM TRAUMA
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic and very disabling pain condition which typically affects one of the extremities (arm or leg) as a result of trauma to that limb. The medical basis for CRPS is poorly understood by the medical community.However, it is believed to involve either an injury or a malfunction of the peripheral and a symptomatic nervous system.
It it well known that CRPS can result from even minor trauma. A classic feature of CRPS is severe pain that is out of proportion to the magnitude of the initial trauma.
In addition to severe and relentless pain, people are CRPS are also prone to developing a variety of psychological disorders such as depression, fear, and anxiety.
COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME IS ALSO KNOWN AS REFLEX SYMPATHETIC DYSTROPHY OR CAUSALGIA.
Respected medical authorities recognize 2 types of CRPS. Type 1 CRPS is also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy. Type 2 is also known as causalgia which is similar to Type 1 but also involvesovert damage to the peripheral nerve.
COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME CASES REQUIRE AN EXPERIENCED AND KNOWLEDGEABLE TRIAL LAWYER.
The personal injury trial lawyers at the Schmidt Salita Law Team have many years of experience in dealing with an understanding of various medical conditions, including complex regional pain syndrome. When making a claim based on CR PS, it is important to have a personal injury lawyer that has a degree of skill and knowledge. The lawyers on the Schmidt Salita Law Team can help you to understand your legal rights if you have sustained your CRPS condition as the result of someone else’s fault.