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Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Pradeep Chopra, MD Pain Medicine Assistant Professor (Clinical). spinal injections - unless absolutely necessary • May happen after spinal surgery. • Steroid injections not very helpful but can be used in very select cases 53. I'm 19 and I have hypermobile ehlers danlos syndrome. About two weeks ago, I got four steroid injections in different joints in my spine. For three days after I got them, I didn't have any pain. On the fourth day, and since then, I've been in so much pain, a lot worse than my usual pain. Our first examination will be that of corticosteroid or epidural steroid injection. Typically cortisone injections are not, or should not be, the "go-to" treatment for Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome as it is or was for more common musculoskeletal problems of joint and spine pain and inflammation. The risks and side effects of cortisone are well known. Orthopedic Management of the Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes (for Non-experts) 6 Foot: bunions that aren't painful should best be left alone. Pain in the ball of the foot is also common. Steroid injections may make this problem worse. Orthotics are the mainstay of treatment for foot deformities. Nerve: peripheral nerve problems are common in EDS. Ehlers Danlos syndromes, of which there are 13 sub-types, are barely beginning to become known by doctors, if at all. 95% of patients don't even know they have it, according to EDS experts. And most doctors have a vague memory of it mentioned in med school.
Pain management in Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Pradeep Chopra, MD, MHCM Director, Pain Management Center, Assistant Professor, Brown Medical School, Rhode Island Assistant Professor (Adjunct), Boston University Medical Center painri@yahoom www.painri@yahoom Pradeep Chopra, MD 1 Steroid Injections: I have had three different doctors try steroid injections on me. The first was Toradol, and the second two were Cortisone. All three times I had a 0% pain decrease. And every time, the doctors were thoroughly surprised. Surgery: I truly thought I found the answer to my pain after I had a rotator cuff repair surgery. Long. The role of orthopedic surgery in the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes is controversial and difficult to discern from available medical literature. Non-surgery treatment is preferable, but for carefully selected patients, specific joint stabilization and nerve release procedures can provide symptomatic relief when conservative measures fail. Ross Hauser, MD. In this article, we will lay the foundation for the treatment of patients suffering from Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes, specifically Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders with Prolotherapy injections. The treatment is designed to stimulate connective tissue growth and rebuilding in damaged painful joints where there is collagen deficiency.