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Lower Extremity Pain

  • Phantom Limb Pain: occurs when a patient feels pain in the area of a previously amputated extremity.
  • Pain in the extremity: This pain can be from compressed nerves in the back, nerve compression in the extremity and sometimes from nervous system dysfunction (a condition known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome or CRPS).

Treatments for Lower Extremity Pain

  • Phantom Limb Pain: Treatments may include medications and injection therapy. Sometimes spinal cord stimulation or intrathecal pump therapy may be needed.
  • Pain in the extremity: Treatments include identifying the cause of pain and injection therapy directed at the damaged nerves. In some cases spinal cord stimulation is needed or surgical referral to relieve compression that does not respond to more conservative therapies.



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