Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is an uncommon chronic pain condition that can affect the arms, legs, hands or
feet of a patient, following an injury. Rarely, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome affects other parts of the body.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome accounts for approximately 2% to 5% of adult pain clinic patients and up to 20% of paediatric pain clinic patients. The prevalence in Australia is unknown however, we do know that in adults, females are three times more likely to develop the condition than males.
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