Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Treatment
at ORA Orthopedics in the Quad Cities
Comprehensive evaluation and treatment for complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is available at ORA Orthopedics. As the largest and most innovative provider of orthopedics in the Quad Cities, ORA Orthopedics is your first choice for world-class musculoskeletal care. With easily accessible locations, we make it easy for you to receive specialized orthopedic treatment that is close to your home in Moline, IL, Bettendorf, IA, Davenport, IA, or a nearby community.
Complex regional pain syndrome is an uncomfortable condition that usually affects an arm or leg. Although rare and not yet fully understood, researchers know it may develop after certain illnesses, traumatic injuries, or surgical procedures. Symptoms can vary from patient to patient, but often include:
- Persistent burning sensations or throbbing pain in arm or leg
- Swelling around the affected area
- Heightened sensitivity to touch or cold
- Unexplained changes in skin temperature, texture and/or color
- Joint stiffness
- Muscle loss, weakness or spasms
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms or are unable to touch or move your arm or leg without severe discomfort, contact ORA. Emotional stress can worsen symptoms and if the condition is left untreated for an extended period of time, irreversible changes to the affected limb may occur.
The Pain Center of Excellence at ORA Orthopedics in the Quad Cities offers a full spectrum of care to patients with complex regional pain syndrome and other forms of nerve pain. Our specialists understand how frustrating it can be to live with debilitating pain, and work tirelessly to ensure patients receive advanced treatments that can deliver powerful relief. We treat complex regional pain syndrome with a combination of non-surgical therapies, injections, and pharmaceuticals. While this condition cannot be cured, continuing care can provide substantial symptom relief.
Contact ORA Orthopedics in the Quad Cities today to schedule an appointment with a pain specialist and learn more about our complex regional pain syndrome treatment options.