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Central Sensitization Disorders
Central sensitization disorders may be responsible for the symptoms experienced in chronic pain.
Low Back Pain
Chronic low back pain is pain that occurs in the low back for 3 months or longer. Low back pain is most common in adults, however can also be common among older children and adolescents that participate in sports activities. It may also be a result of obesity, poor posture, and injury.
There are two kinds of sports injuries, traumatic injuries like fractures, sprains and strains, concussions and cuts; and overuse injuries like stress fractures and tendonitis.
Centrally Mediated Abdominal Pain Syndrome
Abdominal pain that cannot be explained by a test or a procedure is known as centrally mediated abdominal pain. Centrally mediated abdominal pain can be constant or may come and go.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
Complex regional pain syndrome, or CRPS, is a chronic pain condition that usually causes pain in the arms and legs but almost any body part can be affected. There are two types of complex regional pain syndrome, CRPS I and CRPS II.
Chronic Daily Headaches
Headaches in children are common, and most often caused by a minor infection, dehydration, hunger or stress. If they’re recurrent, they’re likely to be one of the primary headaches, such as tension headaches, migraine or chronic daily headache.