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... I was good to hear that you are a PT. It sounds like you are doing good work on your daughter. You said that you are doing desensitization with the sand which I've heard is good therapy for rsd. Maybe you have some other suggestions for our PT. I have it in the hand. I really like my new PT. ... (10 replies)
... I know EXACTLY what you are talking about. No pain, but really obnoxious feeling when I tough paper or most towels...or shopping for clothes. Sometimes I jerk away at touch in affected areas. I put on a latex glove at times to avoid that feeling of fingernails on a blackboard. ... (17 replies)
... I have been reading through some of the old posts and it seems like there are a lot of people wth experince with RSD here so I am hoping someone can help me. ... (14 replies)

... one knows why one person's RSD spreads to other parts of their body while another person's doesn't. ... (14 replies)
... He's talking about desensitization therapy which can be helpful and has gotten many people to the point they won't scream or cringe for having something rest on the rsd affected area. How he suggested it be done is totally WRONG. Anything cold on the affected area is a HUGE No No!! ... (64 replies)
... But everything about this arm injury has been excruciating for her. ... (25 replies)
... o persistence and time. It's not easy but when every little thing sends you screaming into pain, the payoff is well worth all that time and effort. Nothing about rsd is easy that's for sure! I'll be the cheerleader on the side lines rooting you on to go from the Sensitive Sissies team to the Rough and Ready team! ... (0 replies)
... Maybe I did address this, but was he searching for shiny skin? ... (7 replies)
... onsis I was put on an intense schedule of physical therapy, including message, aqua therapy, paraffin bathes, and contrast soaks, all of which seemed to slow the RSD spread. ... (10 replies)
... I'm sorry your daughter went through so much trauma. I know how hard it is for a mom to watch her child suffer. ... (5 replies)
... I can't thank you all enough for your wonderful replies! I feel much better knowing I can come here and "talk" and get great advice. ... (14 replies)
... ast April 2003 and ended up with RSD. She was 10 years old at the time. I completely understand how you feel. It's really hard to find a doctor who recognizes RSD let alone treat it. ... (8 replies)
RSD Without Pain
Oct 27, 2009
... Hello, a newbie here. I have been diagnosed as having RSD but without pain. My hand has stiffened up with no clear path to relief. I'm looking for others who may be in the same boat. ... (3 replies)
... Hello, and welcome to the RSD board. I have seen you on the Pain board, so it is unfortunate that you have to come here, too, but there are a lot of caring people here as well. ... (10 replies)
... I was mainly a lurker on this list for about a year because some of my symptoms fit RSD I'd started having symptoms after a carpal tunnel release. ... (15 replies)
... You may have both RSD and Neuropathy...I do. I have RSD in the left Upper extremity and Trigrminal and Occipital Neuralgia. Hum! ... (13 replies)
... I never had a nerve block. A doctor told me that it is a little late to do a block, but the doctor who diagnosed RSD over 2 yrs after my injury wanted to do nerve blocks... ... (15 replies)
... ck and felt a warm sensation, like the gooshing of blood inside her leg. She fell back to the floor and cried. They did finally get the nurse and a wheel chair for her. ... (5 replies)
... ad already tried gabbapentin, which didn't work, I was recently put on lyrica, which has worked wonders to control the constant burning pain, and I did months of desensitization therapy with PT before continuing at home which has helped some as well. ... (7 replies)
... Little late but regarding therapy the answer is yes for me. ... (64 replies)




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