Chronic Pain Syndromes
Pain is the bodys typical response to physical trauma or disease. When the pain does not cease even after the injury is healed, it evolves to a condition termed as chronic pain syndrome (CPS). Usually, CPS is categorized as the pain that lasts for more than six months. In most of the cases, CPS is accompanied by depression, disability, emotional stress, etc. The common causes of CPS are autoimmune diseases, arthritis, fibromyalgia, surgical trauma, advanced cancer, etc. These syndromes are associated with the abnormalities between certain glands and the nervous system.
- Track 1-1 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Track 2-2 Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Track 3-3 Nerve Damage
- Track 4-4 Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome
- Track 5-5 Surgical Trauma