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Category Archives: Pain Dystrophy
I have an MS patient who was in bad shape when I started to see her – was using a walker. With various measures, she was much better. What worked? Vit D2 50,000 u weekly, B12 injections 1000 mcg … Continue reading
Using 6% gabapentin, 4% amitriptyline, ketoprofen 10%, lidocaine 5%, and ketamine 10% probably in Lipoderm could give some relief topically. Ketamine 100 mg/ml with 0.1 ml spray nasally could give additional relief. 30% mannitol might be good here.
Three IV Magnesium 1mg /k in 100 mls saline infusions over 1 hour – one every other day or Three 1 mg/kg Ketamine in 100 mls saline infused in over 1 hour ketamine one EOD resulted in 7/15 magnesium and … Continue reading
Finding high levels of beta2 adrenergic receptor autoantibodies in CRPS cases might explain why steroids, tumour necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha antagonist Adalimumab, IV Immmunoglobulins, and in present article Plasmapheresis can help in selected cases. In present study, these antibody titres fell … Continue reading
A sustained 40% improvement was obtained from direct current 1.5 milliamp voltage – about what a 9 volt battery hooked up with a 10 k potentiometer resistor could furnish.
I have recently achieved (previously unattainable) control in some of my chronic pain subjects using recent innovations – but to acheive this required use of multiple modalities at once.
Presentation at Canadian Pain Society Winnipeg 2013 found only 23.7% of severe neuropathic pain victims responded to Canadian Pain Society drug protocols for neuropathic pain. It is time to look outside the box for treatment measures.
Evidence of microcirculatory endothelial dysfunction was documented in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome aka RSD. The peripheral changes could help trigger the central sensitization process.