CRPS AND SCS
Dr. Hooshmand and I have written an
article regarding CRPS and Spinal Cord Stimulators (SCS).
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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
and Spinal Cord Stimulator (SCS)
H. Hooshmand, M.D. and Eric M. Phillips
Neurological Associates Pain Management Center
Vero Beach, Florida
following is a summary of our experience with treating complex regional
pain syndrome (CRPS) patients who have undergone spinal cord stimulator
(SCS) treatment for one year or longer. The success or failure of the
treatment with SCS depends on how early in the course of the illness the
SCS treatment started, and depends on the nature of the original
complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS),
failed back syndrome (FBS), failed neck
syndrome (FNS), infrared thermal imaging (ITI), spinal cord stimulator
We hope that
this article will be helpful to you.
All our best!
Dr. H. Hooshmand and Eric
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