What Is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome?

CRPS is associated with imbalance and malfunction of the autonomic nervous system resulting in disability, impairment, chronic pain, and functional loss. The International Association for the Study of Pain has proposed dividing CRPS into two types.

Type I

Formerly known as Sudeck’s atrophy or reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) does not exhibit demonstrable nerve lesions. The vast majority of people suffering from CRPS have this type.

Type II

Formerly known as causalgia, has obvious nerve damage present. As a rule, type II is considered the more painful of the two types with an unenviable 47/50 score on the McGill pain scale.If you or a loved one is suffering from Neurological Dysfunction, nerve pain, complex regional pain syndrome, postural orthostatic tachycardia, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome or fibromyalgia there is hope! Contact us, Requesting information is completely free, we’re here to help.

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Fibromyalgia & More 

Suffering from a Neurological disorder can be incredibly isolating, hopeless and frightening and we understand that.
Our treatment protocols are not meant to directly treat CRPS. What we work to achieve is the rehabilitation of the central nervous system.

The nervous system is a collective of nerves stemming throughout your body with the brain as the controller. Your nervous system controls all of the information that your body transmits to communicate with your brain. In the case of CRPS, your nervous system being damaged, can severely malfunction and send signals in the extreme to simple sensory input. IE – the wind blows on your hands and it feels like a terrible burn.

Symptoms of CRPS

  • Childhood asthma
  • Brain fog and memory loss
  • Chronic bladder infections
  • CRPS spreading to other areas
  • Decreased immune function
  • GI dysfunction
  • Insomnia
  • Past viral and /or bacterial infections
  • POTS
  • EDS
  • PTSD

By relaxing and rehabilitating the nervous system, as well as correcting any other imbalances within your brain and body, we hope to reset and restore the proper functionality of the systems within your body. Schedule a phone consultation with Dr. Kaitnka to determine if the Spero Clinic may be right for you.

About The Spero Clinic

We are currently the only facility in the world offering this treatment, our expertise is constantly being developed. Each patient brings new knowledge and a better understanding of conditions that are widely misunderstood. It enables us to consistently mold and change our treatment protocol to be the most effective that we possibly can. Review our patient testimonials and call us today.

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CRPS treatment clinic patient Bria with dr.katinka