Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in Corpus Christi, TX

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About CRPS

At Tricity Pain Associates in Corpus Christi, TX, we provide treatments for patients who suffer from complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Causing severe pain in the limbs, complex regional pain syndrome may happen after surgery, injury, or a major health problem, such as a heart attack or stroke. Though the exact cause of CRPS is unclear, doctors think it happens because of damage to the nervous system and inflammation. Patients who suffer from this condition tend to experience swelling, chronic burning in the affected area, stiffness, and changes in skin color and temperature. Symptoms associated with CRPS are chronic and may last for several months or years. With years of experience, our compassionate pain management physicians want to help you overcome painful symptoms caused by complex regional pain syndrome. Schedule an appointment at our state-of-the-art facility to learn more about the innovative treatments we offer.

CRPS Treatment

We know every individual has a unique case, which is why we take the time to discuss your concerns and needs, assess your painful symptoms, and determine the best treatment plan for you. To design your tailored treatment plan, we start by considering your medical history and performing a thorough exam. To help us properly diagnose the underlying reason for your painful symptoms, we may perform a diagnostic test called pain mapping. Once the evaluation is complete, patients receive a personalized treatment plan based on what works best for them. Commonly, symptoms associated with complex regional pain syndrome are treated with pain medicines, nerve blocks, and steroid shots.

If you suffer from complex regional pain syndrome, we invite you to call us to learn more about the treatments we offer. Don’t let your condition continue to hinder your life. Please call Tricity Pain Associates in Corpus Christi, TX to receive additional information.

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