Dr. Patty's Chronic-Intractable Pain And You Sites, Inc. Mission Statement:
Our mission is to educate, empower and advocate for those individuals whose lives have changed due to chronic and/or intractable pain.
We strive to educate society that chronic pain may be a life-long problem. Our goal is to raise public and professional awareness for those who are unfamiliar with chronic pain about the factors that often result in having chronic pain and the need for ongoing medical care and research for new methods/medications for the treatment of chronic pain.
Through our private website we strive to provide support for those with chronic pain in their journey of learning how to live a full and fulfilling life while continuing to seek out advancements in and advocate for their own medical care. We also strive to support the families and caregivers as they learn how to advocate and care for the afflicted person.
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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) is a medical condition that affects the patient’s sympathetic nervous system. RSD is characterized by severe chronic pain in an affected region, such as a patient’s arm or leg. After the onset, RSD will continue to worsen as time passes.
RSD is a debilitating and painful condition that has a significant impact on the patient’s daily life. While there is no cure, a number of treatments may be administered to relieve RSD symptoms. If treated early, patients typically have a better outcome.
What Is the Sympathetic Nervous System?In order to investigate and better understand Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, it is helpful to first understand the sympathetic nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system is one of the three main parts of the autonomic nervous system. The other two parts of the autonomic nervous system include the parasympathetic and
This system regulates bodily functions such as constricting blood vessels, heart rate, and increasing blood pressure. While the association is not completely known, many believe that abnormal or excessive responses of sympathetic nervous system portions are the cause of RSD pain.
Sports and Spine Orthopaedics provides the highest quality of care to all injuries of the musculoskeletalsystem.
Dr. Peter Borden, M.D. and Dr. Christopher Wolf, M.D. are Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery and have completed their education and training at the top orthopaedic institutions in the world.
Our doctors specialize in current non-operative and operative techniques with the intent of obtaining a full recovery and satisfaction for all patients.
Our doctors attempt to treat all injuries non-operatively as a first line treatment. However, many problems cannot be solved without surgery and our doctors strive to thoroughly help each patient understand the details of their injury and why we may recommend surgery.
Our doctors believe that excellent surgical results are achieved through less invasive procedures, advanced surgical technique, and comprehensive rehabilitation.
The rehabilitation department of Sports and Spine Orthopaedics is composed of the highest level physical therapists who perform individualized hands on treatment with all patients. We cannot over emphasize the importance of physical therapy for achieving the goal of full recovery for any injury.
We believe that the quality of physical therapy is equally as important as the quality of the orthopaedic treatment of the patient.
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