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What types of treatments can we give people with movement disorder that appear after they have had CRPS?

People with movement disorders (MDs) can be very uncomfortable with the way the muscles contract and spasm, so research is being done to try to find ways to relieve the pain and the discomfort. Right now, though, there isn't any treatment for movement disorders, but there are some treatments that can help some patients find relief.

While they don't work for everyone and may not provide full relief, many patients try alternate treatments, such as acupuncture, biofeedback, and yoga. Some traditional therapies like physiotherapy and occupational therapy may help as well.


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