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Complex Region Pain Syndrome (CRPS) in Ocala, FL

With locations in Lake City, Ocala, and Lady Lake, top-rated Florida Pain and Rehabilitation Center is one of the state’s leading pain management treatment centers, helping patients in Gainesville, The Villages, and the surrounding communities effectively manage complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).

What Causes My Pain from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)?

Complex regional pain syndrome is an uncommon form of chronic pain that usually affects an arm or a leg. This condition typically develops after an injury, surgery, stroke or heart attack, but the subsequent pain is out of proportion to the severity of the initial injury. Complex regional pain syndrome develops as a consequence of trauma affecting the limbs without obvious nerve lesions. Most cases are triggered by a physical injury, characterized by pain, edema, autonomic dysfunction, movement disorder, and trophic changes.

Best considered a type of chronic limb pain, complex regional pain syndrome is clinically marked by pain and other disturbances including sensory, vasomotor, sudomotor, and motor trophic disturbances. At Florida Pain and Rehabilitation we have a commitment to delivering the highest standards of care for you. This enables us to use advanced innovative therapies that both restore your health and improve your quality of life, while delivering superior outcomes to you in the treatment of your pain from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

How Will You Diagnose and Treat My Pain from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)?

In some people, signs and symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome may persist for months to years; however, treatment is likely to be most effective when started early in the course of an illness. If you experience constant, severe pain that affects your limbs and makes touching or moving a limb seem intolerable, you should know that it’s important to treat complex regional pain syndrome early.

Oftentimes with CRPS, you can experience a tightening of your muscles in your hand, fingers, foot, or toes. Continuous burning or throbbing pain; sensitivity to touch or cold; swelling of the painful area, and changes in skin temperature or in skin color, are all signs of CRPS, as are joint stiffness, swelling, muscle spasms, weakness, and a decreased ability to move the affected body part. The affected limb can become cold and pale and undergo skin and nail changes as well as muscle spasms and tightening. Complex regional pain syndrome occasionally may spread from its source to elsewhere in your body, such as the opposite limb, and the intensity and duration of the pain may be worsened by emotional stress.

The professionals at Florida Pain and Rehabilitation are complex regional pain syndrome symptoms authorities, led by Dr. YiLi Zhou, a Harvard-trained, board-certified pain specialist, and neurologist. We can diagnose your condition and help you with interventional pain management treatment for complex regional pain syndrome symptoms (CRPS).

How Much Will it Cost to Treat My Pain Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) in Ocala?

At Florida Pain and Rehabilitation, we understand that each patient’s CRPS condition is unique, which is why we take the time to develop a personalized interventional pain management plan. As a result, your costs will vary based on your unique needs. During your consultation, we will provide you with the specific cost for your customized pain management plan.

We accept most major insurance providers, including the majority of workers’ compensation plans. We also welcome all standard forms of payment, in addition to offering convenient financing and payment plans to make pain management affordable for all of our patients. If you’re in pain, contact us now to set up your appointment, and as long as your insurance doesn’t require authorization from your primary care physician, we can offer you either same day or next day scheduling.

With locations in Lake City, Ocala, and Lady Lake, top-rated Florida Pain and Rehabilitation Center is a leader in treating severe discomfort among residents in Gainesville, The Villages, and the surrounding communities, using the latest pain management techniques and procedures available. Our patients benefit from a faster recovery period, and lower risk of complications caused by complex regional pain syndrome symptoms (CRPS). Contact us today!

Meet the FLPNR Team

  • YiLi Zhou, MD, Ph.D
  • Bohdan Warycha, MD
  • Hoang (Wayne) T. Vu, DO
  • Heather Shaw, PA-C
  • Vinh-Loc Nguyen, PA-C
  • Irene Aponte Moreno, NP
  • Sunny Park, NP
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Neurologist in Ocala, FL

YiLi Zhou, MD, Ph.D.

Harvard-Trained, Board-Certified Pain Specialist and Neurologist.

Dr. Zhou graduated from Wenzhou Medical College, China in 1982 with training in both modern western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine. He had neurology fellowship training at Shanghai Medical School, specializing in EMG/NCV and evoked potential studies. He served as an attending neurologist in China.

Dr. Zhou came to the USA in 1991. He obtained Ph. D. degree in psychology at Kent State University. He then went to Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, where he served as a chief resident in neurology and worked with Dr. Robert J. Schwartzman, a world renowned RSD expert.

Doctor of Medicine in Ocala, FL

Bohdan Warycha, MD.

Dr. Warycha is board certified by both the American Board of Pain Medicine and the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. After graduating from New York University in 1997 with a degree in Biochemistry, he then earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from Ross University School of Medicine in 2002. Dr. Warycha completed two years of General Surgical training prior to completing his Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY, where he served as chief resident in 2008-09.

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in Ocala, FL

Hoang (Wayne) T. Vu, DO

Dr. Hoang (Wayne) T. Vu is board certified by both the American Board of Pain Medicine and the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Vu earned his degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in California in 2003. He finished his Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency in 2007 as a Chief Resident at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL.

Physician Assistant in Ocala, FL

Heather Shaw, PA-C

Ms. Heather Shaw is a NCCPA certified Physician Assistant and is licensed by the State of Florida Department of Health. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management from St Leo University in 2001. She also received an Associate’s Degree in EMS and completed Critical Care Training.

Physician Assistant in Ocala, FL

Vinh-Loc Nguyen, PA-C

Mr. Vinh-Loc Nguyen is a NCCPA certified Physician Assistant and is licensed by the State of Florida Department of Health. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Microbiology and Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics from University of Florida in 1994. He had a successful career in the financial industry before returning to his true passion for medicine.

Nurse Practitioner in Ocala, FL

Irene Aponte Moreno, NP

Ms. Irene Aponte Moreno is an Adult-Gerontology certified Nurse Practitioner and licensed by the State of Florida Department of Health. In 2014, she received her Master of Science degree in Nursing from the University of South Alabama. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Jacksonville State University in December of 2006. In 2003, she received an Associates of Arts degree from Southwestern Michigan College. She also completed an Associate degree in Informatics from the University Institute Antonio Jose de Sucre located in Lara State, Venezuela.

Nurse Practitioner in Ocala, FL

Sunny Park, NP

Ms. Sunny Park is an AANP and ANCC certified Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, licensed by the State of Florida Department of Health. She graduated with Summa Cum Laude with Bachelor of Arts in Drawing from Southern Illinois University in 1999. She pursued nursing career and graduated with Associate of Science in Nursing in 2007 and started working as a registered nurse in Cardiovascular ICU in St.Luke’s Medical Center. She continued with her education and graduated with Magna Cum Laude obtaining Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2010 from Cardinal Stritch University. During her nursing education, she was awarded multiple scholarships including the Lamplight scholarship by Milwaukee Nurses Association.

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Locations

Florida Pain and Rehabilitation Center
Lake City
440 SW Perimeter Glen
Lake City, FL 32025
Florida Pain and Rehabilitation Center
Ocala
1910 SW 18th Court, #200
Ocala, FL 34471
Florida Pain and Rehabilitation Center
Lady Lake
918 Rolling Acres Rd,
Unit 102
Lady Lake, FL 32159

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