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Can You Help With This CRPS Study For Young People? Are you a young people with CRPS or their parent/caregiver and willing to help us with our research studies to look at CRPS in young people?

Can You Help With This CRPS Study?

Last Updated: 12th March, 20202020-03-12Can You Help With This CRPS Study For Young People? Are you a young person with CRPS or their parent/caregiver and willing to help us with our research studies to look at Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) in young people? If you are a...
How To Access Future Treatments, Now? The benefits of clinical trials participation written by FindMeCure Foundation

How To Access Future Treatments Now?

Last Updated: 13th March, 20202020-03-13How To Access Future Treatments Now?   The Benefits of Clinical Trials Participation (Article by Daniela Shikova, FindMeCure Foundation) Have you thought how far science has made it, in terms of advancing treatments for various...
The Burning Nights CRPS Support blog on 18 Tips Preparing You For Your Pain Appointment is extremely helpful whether you have received your first pain management appointment letter or your 20th. This blog deals with before the appointment, whilst your at the appointment and other information such as types of questions you could ask about your condition and treatment options

18 Tips Preparing You For Your Pain Appointment

Last Updated: 13th March, 20202020-03-1318 Tips Preparing You For Your Pain Appointment Receiving your pain appointment through the post can be for some, a stressful and anxious moment. You may have waited a long while for this pain management appointment, and seeing your first...
Using the Spoon Theory to Explain Chronic Illness via Burning Nights CRPS Support

Using Spoon Theory to Explain Chronic Illness

Last Updated: 13th March, 20202020-03-13Using the Spoon Theory to Explain Chronic Illness One of the most frustrating things about living with a chronic illness is the struggle to get able-bodied people to understand the extent of your pain. That very problem was what prompted...
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What to Know Before Taking NSAIDs

Last Updated: 13th March, 20202020-03-13What To Know Before Taking NSAIDs Many people who suffer from chronic illness might take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to help relieve pain and reduce inflammation. However, as with other medications, it’s very important to...
Kelly's CRPS Journey | Patient Journey | Burning Nights CRPS Support

Kelly’s CRPS Journey

Last Updated: 11th March, 20202020-03-11Kelly’s CRPS Journey   As a charity we often share patient journeys to show you how other patients cope with their CRPS as well as to provide support and encouragement, whether you are a Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)...
How To Access Your Medical (Health) Records in UK | Burning Nights CRPS Support

How To Access Your Medical Records

Last Updated: 12th March, 20202020-03-12How To Access Your Medical (Health) Records   Whether you live with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), another chronic illness or persistent pain or not, there are many occasions that you may need to know how to access your medical...
Charity Service User Satisfaction Survey | Burning Nights CRPS Support

Charity Service User Satisfaction Survey

Last Updated: 13th March, 20202020-03-13Charity Service User Satisfaction Survey   As a UK charity dedicated to raising awareness and supporting everyone affected by Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), we like to know how we are doing as a charity. Therefore we have...
Top 6 chronic pain apps Infographic | Burning Nights CRPS Support

Top 6 Chronic Pain Apps Infographic

Last Updated: 12th March, 20202020-03-12Top 6 Chronic Pain & Rehabilitation Apps Infographic We are always told that our health is the most important thing in life, more so than money or any of the objects and material possessions that we desire. It could be that when we are...
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