Hi I have CRPS and have been told I am in the final stage were dystrophy is quite prevelent. I have this in my left arm/shoulder. I have tried a cortisone injection in my left shoulder before which made it living hell. Here is my problem I have injured my right arm and saw Dr David Quinn has anybody had dealings with him, I found him very pushy. He told me I know have tennis elbow and that it is degenerative in sounds funny to me as I have never had any problems in the elbow since after my accident. He also examined my shoulder which also hurt after the accident and said it was degenerative. I have never had a problem in my elbow or shoulder prior to accident. Dr Quinn recommends I have an cortisone injection in my elbow and a further one in my shoulder and a further one to do a nerve trap. I am very worried about this as my last injection made my life hell with pain. With my CRPS would that not affect my whole body as it is your central nervous system. Has anybody with CPRS been through something similar.
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