Best Information about Brain Re-training Treatments
from the How to Cope With Pain Blog, by Sarah Whitman, MD
PT/OT Homepage Medical Articles Archive
Consumer Guide to Pain Medications and TreatmentsFrom the American Chronic Pain Association
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago’s Pain Center Takes Proactive ApproachBy Tom McDonough
Pain Medicine News
Washington State Pain Clinic Instills 'Don't Give Up' Attitude
Pain Medicine News, September 2013 Articles from the
RSDSA Review Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for CRPSBy Stephen Bruehl, PhD
Clinical Q & A: Can there be too many sympathetic nerve blocks for the treatment of CPRS?
By William E. Ackerman, III, MD Q &
A About Methadone By Lynn R. Webster, MD, FACPM, FASAM
Overview of Ketamine Infusion Therapy
By Philip Getson, DO
and Gabapentin for Neuropathic Pain and CRPS
By Brett R. Stacey, MD, and Pamela Campbell, MD
Hyperbaric Oxygenation Therapy: Can it Relieve Your Pain?
By Patricia McAdams
Ziconotide in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
By Lynn R. Webster, MD, FACPM, FASAM
is the Difference between Peripheral Neuropathy and Complex
Regional Pain Syndrome?
By Elliot T. Udell, DPM
Lessons from the Front: Questions for Lt. Col. Chester C.
Biofeedback for CRPS: Why Haven't I Tried That?
By Kenneth R. Lofland, PhD
Clinical Corner: How are bone scans used in the diagnosis
and treatment of CRPS?
By Angela Mailis-Gagnon, MD, MSc
CRPS and Sleep Disorders
By R. Norman Harden, MD
By Scott Fishman, MD
Based Guideliness on CRPS
Netherlands Association of Posttraumatic Dystropy Patients
CRPS and Dentistry
CRPS involving the face following snowball injury
Authors: Anu Goenka & Majid Aziz & Phil Riley & Grace Vassallo
Source: Eur J Pediatr (2014) 173:397-400 DOI 10.1007/s00431-013-2159-4
CRPS - like Condition of the Trigeminal Nerve
A Report of Two Distinct Cases
by Gary M Heir, DMD and Thomas, DC Dental Care and Chronic PainBy Louis Siegelman, DDS
CRPS and Dentistry
By Dr. Aldino P. Maggiulli
A Dentist's View of CRPS
By Christopher R. Brown, DDS, MMPS
Author: Arden RL, Bahu SJ, Zuazu MS, Berguer R
Title: Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy of the Face: Current Treatment Recommendations
Source: Laryngoscope. 1998;108:437-442.
Author: Lene Cecilie Mathisen, Per Skjelbred, Lasse A. Skoglund and Ivar Oye
Title: Effect of ketamine, an NMDA receptor inhibitor, in acute and chronic orofacial pain
Source: Pain, 61 (1995) 215-220 215 © 1995 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved 0304-3959/95/$09.50
Author: Melis M, Zawawi K, Al-Badawi E, Logo SL, Mehta N
Title: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in the Head and Neck: A review of the Literature
Source: J Orofacial Pain. 2002;16:93-104.
Dental Issues related to Neuropathic Facial Pain and
From The Facial Pain Association
The mission of
The Facial Pain Association (formerly The Trigeminal Neuralgia Association) is to serve as an advocate for patients living with neuropathic facial pain, including trigeminal neuralgia, by providing information, encouraging research and offering support.
Physical and Occupational Therapy
Aqua Therapy: A Key Ingredient in Treating CRPS, shows the important role that aqua therapy plays in the interdisciplinary treatment of people with CRPS. Lee Rosenzweig, DPT, PT, CT, of the Hospital for Special Surgery, demonstrates teaching techniques for individuals with upper and lower extremity CRPS. Aqua therapy may help people with CRPS who have limited movement and/or have low tolerance for resistive therapeutic activities.
Pain exposure physical therapy may be a safe and effective treatment for longstanding complex regional pain syndrome type 1: a case series
Jan-Willem Ek, Jan C van Gijn, Han Samwel, Jan van Egmond, Frank PAJ Klomp
Safety of ‘‘pain exposure’’ physical therapy in patients with complex regional
pain syndrome type 1
Authors: Hendrik van de Meent, Margreet Oerlemans, Almar Bruggeman, Frank Klomp, Robert van Dongen, Rob Oostendorp, Jan Paul Frölke
Author: Rodda B, Huss R, Carbajal-Rowland C, Elhosseine L, Kinsley L, Sanders K
Title: Using Physical Therapy Management of Patients with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: A Pilot Study
Chronic Pain: A Physical Therapist’s Perspective
How To Cope With Pain Blog
Functional Restoration & Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
By Steven D. Feinberg, MD, and Rachel M. Feinberg, PT, DPT
Amplified Abdominal Pain in Children
By Lori Brake, PTA; Jennifer Sherker, PsyD; David Sherry, MD; Kathy Fash, PT, DPT, CSCS, CBIS
When the shoe is on the
By Melanie E. Swan, OTR/L
By Melanie Swan,OTR/L
The Skinny on Home
By Melanie Swan, OTR/L
Read more articles on Mirror Therapy in our Archive
Mailbag: Mirror Therapy
By Kathe Gallagher, MSW
Modified graded motor imagery for complex regional pain syndrome type 1 of the upper extremity in the acute phase: a patient series
Authors: Emilie Lagueux, Joelle Charest, Eve Lefrancois-Caron, Marie-Eve Mauger, Emilie Mercier, Kim Savard and Yannick Tousignant-Laflamme
Source: International Journal of Rehabilitation Research 2012: 35; 138-145
Reflex Pain Management: Mirror Box Therapy Rehabiliation for CRPS Relief
Treating Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: A Guide for Therapy
A brochure on treating CRPS from an occupational therapist.
"Telltale Signs of CRPS" HandiCard
To assist health care providers, patients, and families to
better diagnose CRPS, RSDSA has, with its Scientific Advisory Committee, developed and produced a wallet-sized, 2-sided
laminated cards with the 11 Telltale Signs of CRPS on
one side and a pain scale on the other.
Up to 5 cards free to members. Additional cards are $0.10 for members, $0.15 for nonmembers. Bulk (100): $7 for members and $10 for nonmembers.
Lumbar Sympathetic Block Interactive Video
Spinal Cord Stimulator Implant Interactive Video
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"Occupational therapy for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
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October 3, 2014