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Bryan Pope

Worker Safety at Risk as new OSHA Program Still in Limbo

After the Occupational Safety and Health Administration failed to set up a website for approximately 450,000 companies that are required to submit employee injury and illness reports electronically, federal regulators announced that they will extend the companies’ deadline beyond July […]

Bryan Pope

Feds Propose Speed Device Be Required on Large Trucks

With pressure and financial consequences to make deliveries on schedule, it’s no wonder semi-trailer truck drivers sometimes push and exceed posted speed limits. But a proposed federal rule would make that difficult.   What the Rule Would Require The National […]

Bryan Pope

As Road Construction Increases, So Do Work Zone Accidents

In 2014, there were 669 fatalities nationwide as a result of crashes in work zones, or 1.8 work-zone fatalities per day. In the state of Texas where they are currently experiencing phenomenal growth—the city of Austin in particular—there are currently […]

Bryan Pope

Educating Your Doctor About CRPS/RSD

The average CRPS/RSD patient sees five and 10 doctors before he can get a diagnosis, and many physicians have little or no knowledge or understanding of the condition. Some question whether or not it even exists. What is CRPS/RSD? Complex […]

Mary Alice McLarty

Former ER Doctor Spreads the Word: CRPS is Real

Dr. Billy Alexander, an internal medicine physician from West Monroe, Louisiana, took a strong message to the American College of Emergency Physicians annual meeting in late October: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is real. “Surprisingly, some physicians are somewhat skeptical […]

Mary Alice McLarty

New Study Says Ketamine May Reduce Pain in Adolescents with CRPS/RSD

A new study suggests that ketamine may be a safe and effective way to relieve chronic pain in adolescents suffering from a variety of chronic pain conditions, according to a report published by Pain Medicine News. The purpose of the […]

Mary Alice McLarty

Finnish Researchers Find Link Between the Choroid Plexus and RSD/CRPS

Aalto University neuroscientists, in collaboration with researchers at Helsinki University Hospital and Harvard Medical School, have found a link between the size of the choroid plexus in the brain and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), also known as reflex sympathetic […]

Mary Alice McLarty

Fight the Flame 5k Raises Money for RSD-CRPS

The 3rd Annual Fight the Flame 5k is an official time-chipped race and walk to raise awareness and money for Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)/Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). It scheduled for November 1 at 8:00 a.m. at McAlpine Creek Park […]