Hey. There may be a silver lining in the for much of "the CRPS community."
First, most of us have long-since graduated to the Schedule II meds that come with the bells and whistles already, so we're not likely to be seeing any changes, at least in this round: correct me if you disagree.
The people for this is going to effect immediately are the newly injured who are "still" (sorry -
) on the lighter analgesics. BUT if in practice it forces them to be referred to pain specialists sooner rather than later [assuming that "access" is not in issue] then so much the better in terms of getting effective treatment when it can make a difference.
The problem, of course, is that access will be a problem, primarily for the poor and those living in rural areas. But isn't that part of what makes this a great country?