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I’ve Just Been Diagnosed with RSD/CRPS – Now What?

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), also known as Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) can come about in many ways. Usually, it occurs after an identifiable incident like surgery, stroke, or injury (a torn ligament, fracture, etc.). Excessive pain continues afterwards and can be triggered with or without a stimulus. We can’t pinpoint precisely why RSD/CRPS occurs,

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9 Signs of Fibromyalgia

Those who suffer from fibromyalgia can have mild to tense pain throughout their body – it’s a debilitating disorder which can affect muscles, joints and/or the skin. The pain is not necessarily centralized to one body part or area, and can affect different places at different times or all at once. 5 million Americans that

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Can Athletes Benefit From Stem Cell Therapy

Athletes put their bodies to the test every day. Some days might be more vigorous than others, but each day is a step to becoming better at their sport. But there are limitations to how far they can push themselves, and if they go past that limitation there is risk of serious injury. Regardless of

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