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The Good, Bad, and the Ugly: Treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Centralized Pain Syndromes in Pediatrics

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Date Published

January 9, 2018


Ohio Physical Therapy Association


Complex Regional Pain Syndrome


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This session is focused on conservative therapy treatment methods of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. The speaker will provide brief background information about the diagnosis, treatments, outcome measures, and specific application of techniques discussed. Multiple treatment ideas and specific areas of focus such as range of motion, weight-bearing, sensory input, pre-gait activities, ambulation progression, and higher level skills will be discussed and supported by case studies. A general recommended progression plan that has been implemented with this therapists group will also be introduced to provide some basic guidelines for a treatment plan.

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Heidi Kempert, PTA

Heidi Kempert is a physical therapist assistant who graduated from Kent State University in 2009. She has worked with the... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

The Good, Bad, and the Ugly: Treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Centralized Pain Syndromes in Pediatrics - Video
Slide Handouts
Ambulation Flow Chart Paper
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