Ketamine infusions are a last resort treatment for complex regional pain syndrome when pain relievers, nerve blocks, physical therapy and neuromodulation don’t help.
Complex regional pain syndrome can inflict pain long after you have had time to heal from a fracture or other injury. Find out how doctors treat this lingering pain.
Did you know that eliminating certain foods from your diet might help ease pain? A pain management specialist answers some key questions about how it works.
Just because complex regional pain syndrome, or CRPS, isn’t widely known doesn’t mean you should suffer. Find out what help is available from biofeedback to nerve blocks.