Burning Nights CRPS Support is a UK national charity dedicated to raising awareness of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
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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: 12th January, 20212021-01-12Coronavirus (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...
Help us provide life-saving counselling by taking part in the 5k May Challenge in support of Burning Nights CRPS

Help us provide life-saving counselling by taking part in 5K May!

Last Updated: 18th April, 20212021-04-18Help us provide life-saving counselling by taking part in 5K May! Battling a rare disease like Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) has always been a lonely affair but being cooped up at home for months on end without the usual visits from...

How to manage your anxiety after lockdown

Last Updated: 18th April, 20212021-04-18Introduction It might seem strange – we have all been desperately wishing for lockdown to end, and now that this stay-at-home order is ending, we are feeling worried all over again. It’s entirely normal to feel anxious about another new...

NICE publishes new guidelines on the treatment of chronic pain

Last Updated: 7th April, 20212021-04-07NICE publishes new guidelines on the treatment of chronic pain The UK’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) released new guidelines on how to treat patients suffering from chronic pain on April 7th. In a major shift, the...
What you need to know about going to university if you have a chronic illness

What you need to know about going to university if you have a chronic illness

Last Updated: 8th April, 20212021-04-08Introduction Going to university can be one of the most exciting times in a person’s life. The additional freedoms, ability to start studying a subject area that you love, and the new friends that you meet all make this period in your life...
A friend in need is a friend indeed: Burning Nights CRPS Support launches a Virtual Befriending Service Launch

A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed

Last Updated: 25th March, 20212021-03-25A friend in need is a friend indeed: Burning Nights CRPS Support launches virtual befriending scheme If you’re battling a rare disease like Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), chances are you don’t know anyone else who has even heard of...
CRPS Counselling Service

Don’t suffer in silence!

Last Updated: 24th March, 20212021-03-24Don’t suffer in silence! Burning Nights CRPS Support launches counselling service for CRPS patients Living with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) can be lonely.  With only 15,000 people in the UK getting...
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How to obtain a Blue Badge

Last Updated: 1st April, 20212021-04-01How To Obtain A Blue Badge What is a Blue Badge? A Blue Badge is an aid designed for people who have mobility challenges. The purpose is to make it easier for people with certain health conditions to access car parking spaces that are closer...
Supporting Rare Disease Day - Danielle’s CRPS Story

Danielle’s CRPS Story

Last Updated: 27th February, 20212021-02-27Rare Disease Day 2021: Danielle’s CRPS Story How a rare disease robbed me of my career, friendship and femininity: Danielle’s story Danielle* used to have a life many women could relate to. She loved her job as a beaut...
UK Disability Survey

UK Disability Survey

Last Updated: 19th February, 20212021-02-19UK Disability Survey We would like you to complete the National Survey on future Strategy for Disabled People in the UK. It is really important that as many people as possible respond to the survey, to ensure that all the voices in our...

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