Only two candidates at a time, directly under my supervision, you will get chance to have hands on and observe all the procedures required for pain physician to learn. This course will be suitable for beginners and also advanced learning for those who want to appear in fellowship exams. We normally do 10 to 20 procedures in a day. These include simple root blocks to advanced pain procedures including neuromodulation, USG blocks, RF Ablations, Trigeminals, SP blocks etc Please note, our pain center is the busiest when compared to any clinic in India or In the world. COURSE DIRECTOR Dr Tariq A Tramboo MD, FIPP Chairman TWPS Chairman Spineloop LA. USA.
Venue: Khyber Medical Hospital Srinagar, kashmir, India Workshop fee: 1700 USD This will include 10 days course. for queries please contact : 09797212222 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is complex regional pain syndrome?
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic pain condition most often affecting one of the limbs (arms, legs, hands, or feet), usually after an injury or trauma to that limb. CRPS is believed to be caused by damage to, or malfunction of, the peripheral and central nervous systems. The central nervous system is composed of the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system involves nerve signaling from the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body. CRPS is characterized by prolonged or excessive pain and mild or dramatic changes in skin color, temperature, and/or swelling in the affected area.
There are two similar forms, called CRPS-I and CRPS-II, with the same symptoms and treatments. CRPS-II (previously called causalgia) is the term used for patients with confirmed nerve injuries. Individuals without confirmed nerve injury are classified as having CRPS-I (previously called reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome). Some …
THIS PAGE IS FOR PATIENTS OR DOCTORS WHO ARE FAMILIAR WITH CRPS.
What causes CRPS is not known. In most of the cases it is the trauma. When physical Trauma is associated with psychological trauma ---- chances of CRPS go up significantly. Example: A Patient who whom I know lost his son in the accident and also injured his arm. He developed one of the worst forms of CRPS.
We have divided CRPS into three categories
1. post traumatic
2. non traumatic
It is important for all physicians to understand that Crps is in the brain and not in the limb. The pain will remain even if you amputate the limb.