CRPS Foot Injury
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The individualized nature of a CRPS foot injury means that each patient’s symptoms and treatment plan will be different. However, patients share the common goals of achieving pain relief and restored functionality. CRPS symptoms range from severe pain to limited range of motion in the foot. Additional symptoms can include:
- Swelling and extreme sensitivity to touch
- Abnormal foot color, temperature and sweating
- Brittleness or abnormal growth in the toenails
Physical rehabilitation is a vital component in foot treatment. Depending upon their symptoms, sufferers may also seek the assistance of a qualified pain management specialist. In addition to medications and other medical treatments, alternative therapies, such as biofeedback, may also be considered. Chronic foot pain from CRPS could become debilitating. Ongoing physical and psychological issues can occur when foot mobility is affected. At GorenLaw, we work to secure compensation if your Complex Regional Pain Syndrome foot injury was the result of another’s negligence. Our firm understands the burdens associated with the syndrome.
Foot Injuries from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
To cope with foot injuries from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome patients must often rely on a team of healthcare professionals. It is important that each person suffering from the syndrome receives proper treatment for a chronic condition. Sufferers must also face social and career challenges as they manage their severe symptoms. Some CRPS foot injuries can occur due to the negligence of others, including vehicle collisions, pedestrian auto accidents, workplace accidents or medical malpractice. If negligence has led to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in your limb, our experienced attorneys can offer guidance. Contact us today.