I often reflect back on my experiences over the past 11 + years and know that I want my future healthcare to be better than my past. I have been putting a lot of thought into what I could of …
Once a provider gives you a medication as them some questions… and then ask those same questions to your pharmacist. Really get to know the medication that you will be taking and why. It can save your life!
What should …
By Kantor & Kantor, LLP
Invisible diseases are often complex, mysterious, and complicated. Because of the ambiguous nature of these conditions, finding a diagnosis (or more than one diagnosis) can prove to be a difficult and prolonged process. Patients are …
We wanted to take a moment today to let you know that Power of Pain Foundation has recently partnered with WEGO Health to share their Third Annual WEGO Health Activist Awards.
WEGO Health is an online network comprised of Health …
How to Apply for Disability Benefits with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
While Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) can be debilitating and prevent you from working, particularly when not diagnosed quickly. The SSA currently does not recognize CRPS in its …
Autoimmunity against the b2 adrenergic receptor and muscarinic-2 receptor in complex regional pain syndrome
The RSD Quilt is dedicated to ALL patients and loved ones everywhere who has ever worked to spread awareness or to raise money for RSD. Doctors and Nurses, the support group leaders; all the fighters out there; this is for
Anesthesia vs Tranquilizers
Many people confuse Anesthesia and Tranquilizers so I thought I would research the topic and I learned a few things. Most of my information is from an anesthesiologist and a veterinary assistant.
- Anesthesia is a state
Ketamine Infusion Information
Information gathered by Barby Ingle, Power of Pain Foundation and based on her treatments as well as many other patients.
- Psychological evaluation
- Even with NO significant adverse events, administering doctors have been
Nerve Injuries and the Fixed Dystonia’s of CRPS
by: Mark S. Cooper, PhD, Department of Biology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
Type of Submission: Letter to Editor
Running Head: CRPS Fixed Dystonias
Nerve injury is a known precipitant of …