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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: 29th July, 20202020-07-29Stacey’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...
Find out what went on during the Burning Nights CRPS Support 5th Annual National CRPS Conference 2019 held in Bristol.

5th Annual National CRPS Conference

Last Updated: 5th May, 20202020-05-05Our 5th Annual National CRPS Conference was held at the DoubleTree Hilton Bristol North on Saturday 2nd November 2019. Overall the Burning Nights CRPS Support 5th Annual National CRPS Conference was a fantastic success where we had some...
To all our donors, sponsors, supporters, fundraisers and friends we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2020 from all of us at Burning Nights CRPS Support the independent UK CRPS charity

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2020

Last Updated: 14th March, 20202020-03-14Wishing You All A Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2020 The team of trustees and volunteers behind Burning Nights CRPS Support charity would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2020! We would also like to...
WEGO Health Awards 2019 Winner of Best Team Performance - Burning Nights CRPS Support

WEGO Health Awards 2019

Last Updated: 5th May, 20202020-05-05WEGO Health Award 2019 Winner – Best Team Performance Burning Nights CRPS Support has been announced as the 2019 Best Team Performance winner of the WEGO Health Awards 2019! We are incredibly honoured to have received this marvellous...
calmare is a treatment for crps pain and physical symptoms

Calmare Scrambler Therapy: Non-Invasive CRPS Treatment

Last Updated: 10th June, 20202020-06-10Calmare Scrambler Therapy: Non-Invasive CRPS Treatment Sound familiar? Ketamine comas, nerve blocks, Tramadol, Oxycodone, Dilaudid, Morphine; surgery, injections; spinal cord stimulator (SCS); tens unit, topical creams, physical therapy;...
Check Out Our Top 6 Tips on How To Keep Cool In The Heat Living With A Chronic Illness via Burning Nights CRPS Support

How To Keep Cool In The Heat Living With Chronic Illness

Last Updated: 10th June, 20202020-06-10How To Keep Cool In The Heat with Chronic Illness Our Top 6 Tips On How To Keep Cool During Hot Weather When You Live With A Chronic Illness. Learn how to keep yourself cool during the hot weather when you live with a chronic illness such as...
Are you interested in participating in the MAC Clinical Research trial for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)? If so find out a little more about the trial on the Burning Nights CRPS Support website

CRPS Clinical Trial

Last Updated: 12th March, 20202020-03-12CRPS Clinical Trial – Participants Needed We have been asked to share this CRPS clinical trial by MAC Clinical Research as they are looking for participants for their Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) clinical trial. Are you...
Learn about Eva's CRPS Story via Burning Nights CRPS Support

Eva’s CRPS Story

Last Updated: 13th May, 20202020-05-13Eva’s CRPS Story This month our CRPS patient story has been written by Eva who currently lives in Cyprus. Eva has lived with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome for the last eight (8) months and she has decided to tell her CRPS story. This...

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