Burning Nights CRPS Support is a UK national charity dedicated to raising awareness of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

CRPS and The Media

Occasionally Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is covered in the mainstream media around the UK and worldwide. Some articles have been contributed to by the charity as well as by the trustees including the charity’s founder, Victoria Abbott-Fleming.

Read about how Burning Nights CRPS Support came to be founded in 2014 by visiting our story. You can find out about each of the trustees including the founder, Victoria Abbott-Fleming, by visiting each of the trustees’ pages.

CRPS Articles

The founder’s story has been in the newspapers and other publications in the UK and around the world, such as:

SHINE! Online Magazine 28th April 2015 – The first part of the article was written by the Shine! editor and the rest was written by the founder of Burning Nights herself.

Daily Mail online 2 May 2015

Pajama Daze website 8 June 2015 – The article was written by the founder of Burning Nights CRPS Support herself.

Issue 23 Real People magazine June 2016 – Article written on the story of the founder of Burning Nights CRPS Support

Manchester Evening News 23 April 2017 “Minor fall led to me losing my legs – but it won’t stop me completing the Great Manchester Run,” 

Great Run company 24 April 2017 “Brave Victoria Ready For Return To Manchester”

BBC Sport Get Inspired 26 May 2017 “Great Manchester Run: Inspirational Stories from the 10k Race”

Manchester College May 2017 “Inspirational woman who defied excruciating illness urges students to help others”

Step Forward Magazine (Limbless Association quarterly magazine) Double page feature December 2017Life Stories – Inspiring People – You only get one chance at life

Abbott-Fleming, V. (2018) ‘Living with skin complications from complex regional pain syndrome,’ Wounds UK. 2018, Vol 14, No 5

Contact Us

If you are a member of the press and you are interested in speaking with a member of the trustees for a quote or a story please contact us.

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