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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) (CRPS) Board Index
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... 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)
... So, I sent Dr. Schwartzman an email. After explaining that I have Systemic RSD and what I have been through the past 6 years, I asked the following questions and Dr. ... (9 replies)
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... Its been a little while since I posted anything. I was diagnosed with Systemic RSD earlier this year after living with RSD for the past 4 years in my lower back and extremities. ... (17 replies)
Your job - and RSD
Oct 26, 2007
... I was diagnosed with RSD in both feet, legs, and lower back in Dec. 2000. My doctor told me that RSD would change my life and that I need to know that there will come a time when I will no longer be able to work. ... (6 replies)
... Below is my background on what I have been through. My RSD started in both feet, legs and lower back. When I had numbness, swelling, and burning in my hands. ... (6 replies)
... Rheumatoidologist diagnosed me with systemic RSD in which all extremities are affected. I also started having RSD attacks on my internal organs. ... (18 replies)
... when my RSD first started in Dec. 2000. ... (6 replies)
... RSD but is not specific to RSD just as abnormal EMG findings are not specific to CRPS2 so there are other diagnostic criteria to consider. ... (12 replies)
... There are an estimated over 7 million victims of RSD all across the USA. ... (4 replies)
... say the RSD is? ... (17 replies)
... There are an estimated over 7 million victims of RSD all across the USA. ... (20 replies)
Rsd and your eyes?
Feb 24, 2004
... Here's some articles I found regarding RSD and your eyes. It really sucks. ... (13 replies)
... get out of the splint as soon as possible. The better the circulation and the more natural movements you can do with your hand the better chance of getting the RSD into remission. Talk to your PT about this. Find out if you can start removing it while watching TV and quiet activities until you have it off. ... (11 replies)
... Take a look at my history below and you will see what I have gone through. My RSD has consumed by body. Please get help from your doctor or get another opinion before your pain gets any worse. ... (8 replies)
... Michele, (A rheumatologist diagnosed the RSD) Hummmm, I have to question this. I feel that a good Anestheologist that speicalizes in RSD, is the only qualified Doctor to DX RSD. I also was DX by a Craniofacial Doctor, which was treating my Headaches. Organs and RSD: Ok here is my opinion. From the research I have done, RSD usally presents itself in the organs in... (17 replies)
... So CPS that I asked about in my thread is a separate entity as I thought the question I had is does anyone else have this but it's turned into an argument (33 replies)
... is a chronic systemic disease characterized by severe pain, swelling, and changes in the skin. CRPS is expected to worsen over time. ... (33 replies)
... the mixture should last a while, so it isn't like you are getting the full systemic absorption at once. ... (39 replies)
... Marie, Thank you so much for replying. I wish I found this site 10 years ago. I am so sad for you. You know my best friend's mom from when I was 3 was in a wheelchair for some rare bone disease. I was closer to her than my own mom and I beleive that happened for a reason. I saw how people treated her, and I hated it. I knew she was no different than anyone else, but everyone... (25 replies)


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