Use of the 2006 vs 2007 criteria for the diagnosis of complex regional pain syndrome may lead to the misdiagnosis of patients experiencing unexplained excessive pain after total knee arthroplasty.
Updated Criteria for CRPS Diagnosis May Reveal Presence of Neuropathic Pain After TKA
Orginally Published At: Neuropathic Pain
It must be good if insurance companies pay for it? Hell no. That is not how we know if a treatment works. A short new post from Dr. Edzard Ernst adds a nice point to something I wrote in 2015 debunking that silly old idea. It really is not how the insurance industry works. Dr. […]
One of my readers wrote to me in the grips of justifiable outrage about a string of egregiously incompetent healthcare professionals he’d encountered while trying to recover from an injury. It was all routine nonsense from my perspective — I hear a lot of stories like this — but he was in a state of […]