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How Do Doctors Treat CRPS After Accident?

This Shaked Law Firm Blog article is a guide to help patients facing the pain and suffering of a CRPS diagnosis after an accident (causalgia).

A CRPS diagnosis is a relief to many people. Now, that sounds too good to be true, right? How is possible to feel relief receiving a diagnosis? The answer is clear. Knowing pain and suffering is real, can be a relief to many. The relief a CRPS (formerly RSD) diagnosis brings to a patient's mental state is only temporary, however. The toll long term chronic pain takes on the emotional state of a patient is immeasurable. Living with CRPS, a disease those enduring it call "the suicide disease", is a medical nightmare of dead ends. The lack of "real" treatment available...

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What Should CRPS Patients Do After Diagnosis?

CRPS (formerly RSD) affects every patient differently. It’s estimated that 90% of those with a CRPS diagnosis suffer from Type I. The remaining 10% of patients suffer from Type II. From our very first article on CRPS, we always stressed that those suffering symptoms of this debilitating disease should consult with a Board Certified lawyer. After consulting with medical professionals, CRPS patients may have grounds for litigation if diagnosis is a result of an accident or Malpractice. What is the diagnosis and prognosis for CRPS patients? This Shaked Law Firm Blog article on CRPS delves into diagnosis and prognosis of CRPS patients. At...

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CRPS and Medical Malpractice, What’s the Link?

There is a link between Medical Malpractice and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (formerly RSD). Shaked Law Firm explains Medical Malpractice resulting in CRPS.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome  affects every victim who suffers from it differently. Although no less painfully. Doctors estimate that 90% of those with a diagnosis of CRPS suffer from Type I (without visualized nerve injury). The remaining 10% of victims of this suicide-inducing disease suffer from Type II (with a determinable nerve injury)....

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Is There a Link Between CRPS and Blood Draws?

This Shaked Law Firm article provides factual information on CRPS cases returning from errors in routine blood draw.

There are many instances where the outcome of a blood draw results in serious injury or CRPS–and very few discussions are being had in any forum about what went wrong or why the patient endured pain and suffering; until now. The Shaked Law Resource is known for our truthful, fact-based legal articles that provide unbiased information readers in search of information post-accident won't find anywhere else. Within this writeup, we'll provide readers with the information they need to be aware of, in the event a routine blood draw results in serious injury such as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome....

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