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2018-03-15

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3rd Annual National Burning Nights CRPS Support Conference Summary - The 2017 annual conference was a great event overall

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Last Updated: 1st December, 20172017-12-013rd Annual National Burning Nights CRPS Support Conference Summary   Every year usually during November, CRPS awareness month Burning Nights CRPS Support charity holds a free annual national CRPS conference. This year was no...
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Last Updated: 12th October, 20172017-10-12Jack’s CRPS Story   Jack Leigh is a 14-year-old boy from Lancashire who has been diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). His family want to tell his story in the hope that they can raise awareness of this often...
Volunteers Needed for Burning Nights CRPS Support charity - Why not volunteer with Burning Nights CRPS Support and be the reason someone smiles today?

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Last Updated: 11th October, 20172017-10-11Volunteers Needed for Burning Nights CRPS Support Charity Over 21 billion people volunteer in the UK at least once a year which contributes an estimated £23.9 billion to the UK economy. As a small charity we rely on volunteers to help...
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Last Updated: 24th September, 20172017-09-2410 Tips You Need to Know About Travelling with CRPS Even though you live with CRPS, persistent pain or another chronic illness doesn’t mean you can’t travel anywhere even if it’s for only a few short days. We all need...
Removing the complexity from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) cases

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Last Updated: 10th July, 20172017-07-10Removing the complexity from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) cases   Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is one of the most painful types of pain known. Medico legal cases involving chronic pain (pain that lasts for three months...
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Last Updated: 8th June, 20172017-06-08The Internet has become available to almost every person in the world, but people with certain disabilities will invariably find it hard to enjoy online content due to a variety of issues. The needs of people with visual, cognitive, motor or...
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Last Updated: 6th June, 20172017-06-06Fundraising is an activity which presents a series of challenges, not least convincing members of the public to give some of their hard-earned money towards a worthy cause. A successful fundraiser is generally one that’s organised and run by...
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Last Updated: 7th September, 20172017-09-07Help In Understanding The Personal Injury Process For CRPS Claims Part 2   In part 1 of this blog series we looked at answering some of the early questions you may have when deciding to pursue a claim for compensation.  In this...

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Last Updated: 29th March, 20172017-03-29By Dr. Michael J. Cooney, Clinical Director, Calmare Therapy NJ USA When I introduced Calmare Therapy in 2011, the CRPS community was one of the first to discover us. The patients we treated arrived from around the country–not to have...
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