No particular treatment for people suffering from CREST syndrome exists, according to National Institutes of Health's MedlinePlus. The type of treatments used to treat CREST syndrome differs from one person to another and is determined by a primary care physician. A doctor may prescribe certain medications for those who have CREST syndrome and may also include physical therapy if needed.
Medications used to treat CREST syndrome may come in the form of anti-inflammatory drugs, immune system suppressants, heart burn medication and corticosteroids, according to MedlinePlus. A doctor may also instruct a patient to join a CREST syndrome support group in order to deal with the psychological burden of having the disease.