Burning Nights CRPS Support is a UK national charity dedicated to raising awareness of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
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Join us at our 5th Annual National CRPS Conference. Burning Nights CRPS Support is a UK charity and we're holding our successful 5th annual national CRPS conference in Bristol in November 2019

5th Annual National CRPS Conference

Last Updated: 16th October, 20192019-10-16 The Burning Nights CRPS Support 5th Annual National CRPS Conference is now announced for 2019! This year is the 5th year that Burning Nights CRPS Support has run it’s very successful annual national Complex Regional Pain Syndrome...
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: 18th July, 20192019-07-18 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 CRPS, with our top six (6) tips. Living with a...
Learn about Eva's CRPS Story via Burning Nights CRPS Support

Eva’s CRPS Story

Last Updated: 4th July, 20192019-07-04 Eva’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...
Invisible Illness week 2016

Invisible Illness Awareness Week

Last Updated: 18th August, 20162016-08-18INVISIBLE ILLNESS AWARENESS WEEK   Invisible Illness week started in 2002 by Lisa Copen who was also the founder of Rest Ministries. Lisa saw so many people with an invisible illness who felt misunderstood by everyone.  ...
Invisible Illness awareness Week

INVISIBLE ILLNESS AWARENESS WEEK

Last Updated: 25th September, 20152015-09-25INVISIBLE ILLNESS AWARENESS WEEK   Every year since 2002 at the end of September and beginning of October there is Invisible Illness Awareness Week, when we try and make the public and medical professions aware of the large number...
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