CRPS In Foot: A Personal Journey of Before and After

In this image, taken on May 2022, you can see the source of injury as well as the foot going through a flare-up. A video is also attached showing a better visual of the foot, during the flare-up.




 CRPS Injury, CRPS Nerve Injury,  CRPS Leg, CRPS Foot


As of April 2023, the individual experiencing muscle atrophy and allodynia has made significant progress in their recovery. They no longer experience allodynia and are able to walk on any surface, wear socks and shoes, and function in any temperature or weather. This improvement is a positive sign for their overall muscle health and sensitivity. With dedication and perseverance, it is possible to overcome these challenges and regain a sense of normalcy in daily life.

AFTER - Results

CRPS Leg , CRPS Muscle AtrophyCRPS Muscle Atrophy