Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) Explained
For Teenagers, By Teenagers
by Dr. G. R. Lauder & Roslyn Massey
What Is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome?
CRPS is a medical condition where long–lasting unbearable pain is experienced, usually in a limb. The pain is often felt as burning, stabbing, or shooting. CRPS may occur after trauma, but in children and teenagers, it may occur with little or no injury.
In Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) Explained, Dr. G. R. Lauder & Roslyn Massey, address the lack of information for teenagers with this condition. This book is organized and presented, to provide clear information, describe difficult concepts, and outline the team approach and techniques that empower the teenager to take back control of their life.