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I fractured my distal radius in may and have since been diagnosed with CRPS. I am finding I have very limited range of movement in my wrist and I cannot supinate at all ( turn palm upwards ) -and very very limited function in pronation flexion and extension despite twice weekly physio and occupational therapy. I am unable to return to work because if this and find everyday things difficult if not impossible. My question is - I just can't accept that this total immobility is due to the CRPS. Check x rays say the plate and screws are in the correct position and I am waiting on results if a CT scan. Does anyone have the limited/ total lack of mobility with their CRPS. Has anyone been offered oral steroids for treatment. I have been researching and there seems to be some positive outcomes for prednisolone in the acute stage.
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