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Understanding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its effects on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) via Burning Nights CRPS Support

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and CRPS

Last Updated: 10th June, 20202020-06-10Coronavirus (COVID-19) and CRPS Understanding Coronavirus COVID-19 and its effect on CRPS You will most likely be aware of the rapidly evolving global health emergency situation in relation to Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are closely...
Coronavirus - How to support your mental health especially for those living with a chronic illness. Find some top tips to help you cope and to improve your mental wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak, self-isolation and social distancing

Coronavirus – How To Support Your Mental Health

Last Updated: 10th June, 20202020-06-10Coronavirus – How To Support Your Mental Health Coping with your mental wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak when living with a chronic illness You will no doubt be worried about the coronavirus pandemic and how it will have an...
Chronic Pain Study Participants Needed - study looking into self-compassion and pain perception

Chronic Pain Study (Self-Compassion and Pain)

Last Updated: 24th March, 20202020-03-24Chronic Pain Study (Self-Compassion and Pain) Participants Needed My name is Le Nguyen, a Master’s student in Health Psychology from University of Portsmouth. For my research project, I am investigating how self-compassion, pain...
Points of Light Award Winner - Founder of Burning Nights CRPS Support, Victoria Abbott-Fleming

Points of Light Award 2020

Last Updated: 5th May, 20202020-05-05Points of Light Award 2020 Our Founder, Victoria Abbott-Fleming has been incredibly honoured to receive the Points of Light award from the Prime Minister’s Office in February 2020. Victoria was awarded the Points of Light for the work she does...
Participants are needed for a chronic pain and sleep research study being undertaken by Zoe Zambelli for her PhD. Find out about the study via the article or contact Zoe direct.

Chronic Pain and Sleep Study

Last Updated: 12th March, 20202020-03-12Participants wanted for a chronic pain and sleep research study Everyone experiences a bad night’s sleep occasionally, and we recognise the consequences of this the next day. Feeling groggy or irritable, low in mood and less alert overall....
15 wheelchair sports for active wheelchair users via Burning Nights CRPS Support

15 Wheelchair Sports for Active Wheelchair Users

Last Updated: 10th June, 20202020-06-1015 Wheelchair Sports for Active Wheelchair Users Exercise is important for physical and mental health. People with varying levels of physical ability can still participate in sports whether it is just for fun or in competitions. There are...
Find Out The Top 12 CRPS & Chronic Pain Blogs You Need To Read from Burning Nights CRPS Support

Top 12 CRPS & Chronic Pain Articles You Need To Read

Last Updated: 21st May, 20202020-05-21Check out our top 12 CRPS and Chronic Pain Articles you need to read. Burning Nights CRPS Support is a UK charity dedicated to raising awareness and supporting anyone affected by the chronic pain condition, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome...
CRPS Research Study Participants Needed with St Pancras Clinical Research. The study will be closing soon so if you're interested in please contact St Pancras

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Research Study

Last Updated: 12th March, 20202020-03-12Complex Regional Pain Syndrome research study are still looking for participants. However this study will be closing soon. Are you interested in joining it? St Pancras Clinical Research have an exciting CRPS research study closing very soon...
Read Stacey's CRPS Story to learn how she developed complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) from a fall in March 2016 | Burning Nights CRPS Support

Stacey’s CRPS Story

Last Updated: 21st May, 20202020-05-21Stacey’s CRPS Story Sharing your personal CRPS story can be helpful on many levels including helping other Complex Regional Pain Syndrome patients realise they are not on their own. Our next CRPS story is from Stacey who is from the...

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