Series of Guides To Alternative Therapies For CRPS and Persistent Pain
Do you want to learn more about the various Alternative Therapies that are available to help you cope with and self-manage your CRPS and Persistent or Chronic Pain that don’t involve medication? Yes? Well then read on…
Alternative Therapies for CRPS and Chronic pain
As you can see in the last blog post entitled BREATHING EXERCISES, we have begun a series of guides to Alternative Therapies for CRPS and persistent Pain for you to read, share with family, friends and followers and also comment upon, to help you cope with life with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and/or chronic pain.
Series of Guides to Alternative Therapies for CRPS and Persistent Pain – Burning Nights CRPS Support
We have covered a number of alternative therapies for CRPS and chronic pain within the blog series. Please click on each of the Alternative Therapies guides links below to take you to the relevant Alternative Therapy guide for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and persistent pain:
If you have an idea for this series i.e. another Alternative Therapy then please do get in touch with us either through the website, by emailor via Social Media (Buttons underneath the Blog).
Keep following the Guides To Alternative Therapies for CRPS/RSD and chronic pain series in the next few weeks and months,why not share the posts with your friends and followers on social media or even make a comment and let me know if something works or even doesn’t help you!
The alternative therapies for CRPS or persistent pain are not meant to replace your medication regime they are an addition to maybe help you cope during that pain flare up you keep having or before you go to bed to help you sleep a little better. Always ask your doctor if you are ever in doubt before starting anything new whether it is alternative therapies or something else. What alternative therapies for CRPS or persistent pain have you tried? Let us know in the comments box below
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