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Spinal Cord Stimulation for Chronic Pain Virtual Information Event


Monday, June 14, 2021 @ 12:30 14:30 BST

Spinal Cord Stimulation for Chronic Pain Virtual Information Event

Burning Nights CRPS Support is pleased to announce that we have organised an online information event on Spinal Cord Stimulation for Chronic Neuropathic Pain including Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).

Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) Info Event - Burning Nights CRPS Support
Understanding how a Spinal Cord Stimulator (SCS) works

Spinal Cord Stimulation is a form of neuromodulation treatment for people living with chronic neuropathic pain including CRPS. However, many patients are either unaware of this treatment or don’t have sufficient information about the treatment to make an informed decision.

This event will include a Symposium by Abbott with Dr Sarah Love-Jones who is a consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine at North Bristol NHS Trust.

Spinal Cord Stimulation for Chronic Pain Online Information Event

This is a free event and is taking place on Monday 14 June 2021 and will start at 12.30pm UK time (British Summer Time). You will also be able to ask our speaker, Dr Love-Jones questions live at the end of the event as well as asking questions in the chat function.

The event provides a fantastic opportunity for participating patients, caregivers, healthcare and legal professionals to exchange knowledge on this form of treatment.

There will be a welcome by the Founder of Burning Nights CRPS Support charity, the Symposium by Abbott and then sufficient time for questions.

You don’t have to be based in the UK to join this webinar, as it is applicable worldwide. The language of the webinar will be in English.

How To Register For The Event

To register for the event please click on either this link -> Spinal Cord Stimulation Information Event or click on the blue ‘Register Now’ button link below. The link will take you to a summary of the event where you will be able to click on the Registration button to register your details. If you are interested in attending please register using the ‘Register Now’ button below

Who Is The Event For?

The SCS for Chronic Pain Information Event is aimed at chronic neuropathic pain patients, their families, friends and caregivers, as well as health professionals with an interest in neuromodulation or chronic neuropathic pain and also legal professionals who are interested in learning more about treatment options available for chronc pain including CRPS.

About The Speaker


Dr Sarah Love-Jones

Dr Sarah Love-Jones is a consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine at North Bristol NHS Trust.  She graduated with a medical degree from Kings College Hospital School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of London, after gaining an honours degree in Biochemistry and Pharmacology.  She joined the Armed Forces whilst at Medical School and after general medical duties in Cyprus, Kenya, Bosnia, and Northern Ireland with the Royal Army Medical Corps, she went on to gain a registrar post in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, serving again in Northern Ireland and working in the South West Region.  She was appointed Consultant at North Bristol NHS Trust in 2009 and took over the Neuromodulation service shortly after.

She is the lead clinician in the Neurosciences directorate for the specialised, tertiary referral Neuromodulation service which treats patients with chronic pain who have failed all other pain clinic options.

Dr Love-Jones is an elected council member of The British Pain Society and sits on the NHS England Specialised Pain Clinical Reference Group.  She is a NICE (National Institute of Clinical Healthcare and Excellence) advisor for the NICE interventional Procedures Programme and an examiner for the ESRA European diploma of pain medicine.


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