Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD and CRPS) Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type I) and Causalgia (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type II)(RSD and CRPS)


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Disk VIDEO: Stanford Hospital's Dr. Ian Carroll on Nerve Pain

Published on Oct 28, 2013


Neuropathic (Nerve) Pain VIDEO -- from Toe to Head. Neuropathic pain involves damage to the nerve. The condition causes the nerves to fire incessantly, even if the initial source of the pain has been remedied. The brain responds by creating an ongoing message of pain.
Speaker: Ian Carroll, MD, Assistant Professor, Anesthesia, Stanford University Medical Center

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8CP-rfqp0s
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I haven't finished watching this yet (I have to watch it in parts because I have things to do inbetween), but I wanted to comment that it's really good and useful. Well worth your time to watch. Thanks for posting, Vrae.
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Neuropathic (Nerve) Pain VIDEO -- from Toe to Head. Neuropathic pain involves damage to the nerve. The condition causes the nerves to fire incessantly, even if the initial source of the pain has been remedied. The brain responds by creating an ongoing message of pain.
Speaker: Ian Carroll, MD, Assistant Professor, Anesthesia, Stanford University Medical Center

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8CP-rfqp0s
The portion about the Loxitane and how pharmaceutical drugs are developed and marketed and covered by insurance was enlightning. Thanks for posting this.
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Thanks for this link Vrae. I will watch it tonight. Take care and be well my friends.
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My adopted son has various diagnoses = double translocations of chromosomes 7/8 and 10/11
moderate intellectual disability, epilepsy, ocd, adhd, .?schitophenia / bi-polar, deformity of the feet, and can become very aggressive at times.
Since our government closed large residentials and moved our special people out into group homes I have been arguing with the untrained staff who feel they know better than the medical fraternity and want to remove the diagnosis of epilepsy from my sons diagnosis because it is many years since he was observed to have a major seizure — now, David’s previous Psychiatrist said ( and I agree ) that this is because he is correctly medicated and when he has periods of aggression it is because of some type of ceberal irritation ie: epileptic activity. David is 42yrs old, very tall, loving, outgoing but unable to do many activities ( I feel) because his concentration capacity is short - he can see how you do things and cannot understand why when he does the same thing it gets him into trouble.
Dr Ralul Jandiae gives me hope with his electric signals and latest treatment, that there may be some help for David , he is like a filing cabinet and we have lost the key to an important drawer, I would value your advice. Many thanks for the YouTube videos.
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My adopted son has various diagnoses = double translocations of chromosomes 7/8 and 10/11
moderate intellectual disability, epilepsy, ocd, adhd, .?schitophenia / bi-polar, deformity of the feet, and can become very aggressive at times.
Since our government closed large residentials and moved our special people out into group homes I have been arguing with the untrained staff who feel they know better than the medical fraternity and want to remove the diagnosis of epilepsy from my sons diagnosis because it is many years since he was observed to have a major seizure — now, David’s previous Psychiatrist said ( and I agree ) that this is because he is correctly medicated and when he has periods of aggression it is because of some type of ceberal irritation ie: epileptic activity. David is 42yrs old, very tall, loving, outgoing but unable to do many activities ( I feel) because his concentration capacity is short - he can see how you do things and cannot understand why when he does the same thing it gets him into trouble.
Dr Ralul Jandiae gives me hope with his electric signals and latest treatment, that there may be some help for David , he is like a filing cabinet and we have lost the key to an important drawer, I would value your advice. Many thanks for the YouTube videos.

Welcome. A cousin of my mom's has a son with multiple disabilities as well. He has the capacity, brain function wise, of a toddler and hardly grew past that, but he is a grown-up man as well and that is the hard part. They do not know their own strength.
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