What is CRPS Pain?
CRPS pain may feel as burning pain, ant crawling sensation, electric or pins and needles like pain. It may involve: extremities, move to different limb, cause skin color changes along skin swelling, and change in skin temperature. The skin may also be so sensitive that even a light touch is perceived as painful sensation – Allodynia. Usually, CRPS pain develops after a trauma, such as sprain, fracture, medical procedure/surgery, burn injury.
What are my treatment options?
If you have failed conservative therapies, such as anti-inflammatories, physical therapy (desensitization), cold-packs, heat pack and home exercise programs, then you may be an excellent candidate for the minimal invasive pain management treatments. This may include:
- Cervical nerve root steroid injections (treating neck/arm related pain)
- Lumbar nerve root steroid injections (treating low back/leg pain related pain)
- Sympathetic blocks
- Spinal Cord Stimulation therapy
If you are looking for treating your CRPS pain, then please contact us for an evaluation. Dr. Amit Gupta, DO, has locations in Webster, Katy, Sugarland, The Woodlands, Houston, Spring, Conroe. Dr. Gupta is a highly skilled interventional pain management specialist who provides exceptional treatments for patients who are struggling with pain conditions. Call us now and find out how Dr. Gupta and his team can help you feel better.)