Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) can and does spread throughout the body, often migrating from the affected limb to the opposite limb, as well as to the legs and abdomen. The physical and emotional impact this can have on the victim is severe. At the same time the victim feels this pain elsewhere on the body, he or she must deal with the emotional dread that the condition that has been so debilitating may in fact be worsening. Any needlestick or IV injury can possibly result in CRPS. Patients who suffer CRPS are normally afflicted with a lifelong condition of severe unrelenting pain. Victims of medical malpractice have legal rights, and the law firm of John Gehlhausen, P.C., based in Colorado, can help ensure that these rights are protected. For more information, visit ivinjurylaw.com.

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