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Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Leaflet (download)

2020-04-15

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Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Leaflet (download)

Dorsal Root Ganglion or DRG stimulation is a form of neuromodulation therapy for complex regional pain syndrome patients, which works in the dorsal root ganglion (drg) area of the spine.

This 24 page booklet explains what DRG stimulation treatment for CRPS is, how it works, the equipment used, which types of CRPS this treatment is for, the route you need to go through for implant and more.

This booklet is free of charge to download, please click ‘add to cart’ and follow the instructions to download or see below for the full instructions.

Please note you will need a password to open the booklet which is your order number which is on the final basket page as well as the email you receive.

If you are wanting to purchase a printed copy please visit our Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) stimulation for CRPS in our online shop.

Please help us to keep this leaflet free of charge during these difficult and challenging times we ask that you kindly make a small donation

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How To Download The DRG Booklet

  • Click ‘add to cart’ below
  • Add any other downloads or purchase any other products
  • Go to the basket/cart
  • Click proceed to checkout
  • Complete the information – please note you will not be charged for the downloadable DRG for CRPS leaflet
  • You can either download the leaflet from the checkout page or wait for the email where you can also download the file
  • Please use your order number as the password to open the leaflet
  • You will then be sent the link to the DRG for CRPS leaflet for you to download by email
  • The password is your order number

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2020-04-15

Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Leaflet (download)

 

This 24 page version of the Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) leaflet is free to download. Please click ‘add to cart’, this will then take you to the cart area where you can either continue shopping or checkout. Please note there is no charge for the downloadable DRG leaflet.

If you prefer a printed copy of the Dorsal Root Ganglion leaflet please visit our DRG for CRPS leaflet product page instead. However there is a charge of 99p per copy for the printed version.

 

Instructions to download the Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Leaflet 

  • Click ‘add to cart’ below the description – this takes you to the shopping basket page
  • Click the purple button ‘Proceed to checkout’
  • Complete the shipping and postal addresss – you won’t be charged for this download DRG leaflet
  • Read and review the terms and conditions and tick the T&C’s box after if you agree
  • Click ‘Place order’
  • Click the ‘download Dorsal Root Ganglion(DRG) Leaflet’ button – this will then download your DRG leaflet
  • You will also receive an email where you can click on the product to trigger the download
  • You will be asked for a password which is your order number 
  • You have 10 days to download your DRG leaflet before the link expires

 

Written: 17/01/2020

Last Updated: 15/04/2020

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About the Author
I'm a barrister, advocate & sufferer of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). I am also a bilateral (double) above knee amputee due to aggressive symptoms of CRPS. However I want to help all those affected by this devastating condition which includes those living with CRPS, their loved ones, families, carers and friends. Please help spread awareness of this debilitating and life-changing condition - CRPS. We need your support!

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