RSD Arm Injury
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The chronic pain of an RSD arm injury can be severe. Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy is a disorder of the sympathetic nervous system that often affects the arms, hands and shoulders. The pain of RSD can be the first symptom noticed in the arm or the hand. The skin in the affected area may also become swollen. The arm may be hypersensitive to even light contact or when exposed to hot or cold temperatures. The syndrome is most often associated with nerve dysfunction following a trauma or injury. Though the condition is chronic, a treatment plan can lead to pain relief and improved functionality. Are you suffering Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy arm pain as a result of a workplace or auto accident? Do you have RSD because of a medical mistake? Our law firm advises RSD arm injury victims on their legal rights in relation to this disorder. We want you to be able to concentrate on your recovery while we determine if other parties are responsible.
Arm Injuries from Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome
If left untreated, arm injuries from Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome could advance into a more debilitating condition. RSD, which is also known Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, requires an early diagnosis and physical therapy. Treatment for RSD is needed to address intense, burning pain and other symptoms that may include:
- Changes in skin temperature, color or texture
- Arm swelling and stiffness
- Decreased arm mobility and even disability
Our firm has recovered financial compensation for clients who suffer from the chronic pain of RSDS arm injuries. Contact us today for a free consultation.