Complex Regional Pain Syndrome | Diagnosis using the Budapest Criteria

CRPS Bugle

The Budapest Criteria should now be used to diagnose Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS): A: The patient has continuing pain which is disproportionate to the inciting event B: The patient has at least one sign in two or more of the categories C: The patient reports at least one symptom in three or more of […]

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CRPS Bugle

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a condition that we commonly see – click here for the clinic page In support of the treatment, training and coaching programme we have a blog dedicated to the latest science and thinking in CRPS CRPS UK Visit the blog here See here on our CRPS UK blog the latest diagnostic […]

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome – ‘it feels weird’

Brain changes

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) often presents with a number of signs and symptoms. The main complaints are usually pain, colour change (minute to minute sometimes), temperature change, swelling, sweating changes, skin/nail/hair changes (trophic) and an altered perception of the affected part. It is this last sense that I am going to focus upon in […]