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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles About CRPS/RSD and Related Syndromes

cjoSystematic review of randomized controlled trialsDollarphotoclub_61392097Welcome to RSDSA’s research library which contains the latest published articles on basic and clinical CRPS and RSD-related research, diagnosis, treatment, and management of CRPS and RSD. The articles are arranged in categories such as CRPS and RSD Overview, Chronic Pain, CRPS and Dystonia/Movement Disorders, Ketamine treatment, etc. Another excellent website to visit to locate the abstracts of peer-reviewed articles on chronic pain syndromes is http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/. Once you reach the page, type CRPS or RSD into the website’s search field to reveal a number of topic areas related to CRPS/RSD and click on the one/s most relevant to your interest.

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  • The RSDSA provides not only these publications but other information as well for the benefit of our members and the general public. The RSDSA does not endorse any particular treatment/medication/publication/guideline etc. but rather supplies these for the edification/education of the CRPS community. We encourage those who use the information to discuss the same with your physician or provider.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

Glia Activation and Neuropathic Pain

Impairment/Disability

KetamineTreatment

Mirror Therapy and Graded Motor Imagery

Neuropathic Pain

Physical and Occupational Therapy Treatment for CRPS

RSDSA Funded Research

Research

Somatoform/Conversion Disorder

Spinal Cord Stimulation and Neuromodulation

Suicide and Chronic Pain

Treatment

 

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

Impairment/Disability

Ketamine Treatment

Outpatient ketamine improves post-trauma pain syndrome

Mirror Therapy and Graded Motor Imagery

Neuropathic Pain

Physical and Occupational Therapy Treatment for CRPS

RSDSA Funded Research

Final Progress Report: RSDSA and RSDhope Grant
(Related: RSDSA and American RSDHope Award Research Grant to the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles)

Rachel Tobias Young Investigator Award goes to Drs. Oaklander and Lee

More Research


Research

Somatoform / Conversion Disorder

Suicide and Chronic Pain

Treatment

Cannabinoids

Children

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain and the Emergency Department

Complications

CRPS Overview

CRPS and Amputation

CRPS and Autoantibodies

CRPS and Dystonia/Movement Disorders

CRPS and Pregnancy

CRPS and Other Conditions

CRPS and Surgery

Driving

Epidemiology and Pathology
Cannabinoids

Children

Chronic Pain

Accompanying Editorial


Chronic Pain and the Emergency Department

Complications

CRPS Overview

CRPS and Amputation

CRPS and Autoantibodies

CRPS and Dystonia/Movement Disorders

CRPS and Pregnancy

CDC.gov – Pregnancy Medication
CDC and partners are working to provide better information to women and their healthcare providers about medication use during pregnancy. CDC’s focus on medications in pregnancy is an initiative called Treating for Two: Safer Medication Use in Pregnancy. This initiative aims to prevent birth defects and improve the health of mothers by working to identify the best alternatives for treatment of common conditions during pregnancy and during the childbearing years.

CRPS and Other Conditions

CRPS and Surgery

Driving

Epidemiology and Pathology

Glia Activation and Neuropathic Pain

The Other Brain
The Leonard Lopate Show
Friday, January 22, 2010
Neuroscientist Douglas Field, explains how glia, which make up approximately 85 percent of the cells in the brain, work. In The Other Brain: From Dementia to Schizophrenia, How New Discoveries about the Brain Are Revolutionizing Medicine and Science, he explains recent discoveries in glia research and looks at what breakthroughs in brain science and medicine are likely to come.