Articles in ‘Chronic Pain and CRPS’ Category
The RWK Goodman Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) team had the opportunity to visit the new therapies unit at the Royal United Hospital Bath, the national treatment centre for CRPS. CRPS is a poorly…
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) was first diagnosed in 1864 in relation to casualties of the American Civil War. It is a poorly understood condition where a person experiences persistent, severe and debilitating pain….
About Rhiannon Rhiannon joined RWK Goodman from Triton Global. She has a LLB (Honours) Law degree and after successfully completing the Diploma in Legal Practice (LPC) she joined the personal injury department at Lyons Davidson…
Louise Hart explains why RWK Goodman staff will soon be donning their best orange clothing, and how they are offering a helping hand to younger sufferers.
On Monday 6th November 2017, people from all over the world were donning their orange finery in support of people with one of the most debilitating conditions, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).
If you turned your TV to Channel 5 News last week, you might have seen a story about CRPS. To many this will have seemed totally new, but sadly for many people CRPS is something they’ve had to live with for a long time, and without much sympathy or even recognition that the condition is “real”.
November is a big month for CRPS. At the beginning of the month it was Colour the World Orange day, an annual event where people all over the world dress in orange to try and help raise awareness of CRPS. This week is even bigger, with two events in London taking place. Our CRPS specialist, Louise Hart, is attending one of the events to help raise awareness of this condition herself.
Many people who experience CRPS might think their only way to relieve the pain once and for all is to remove the affected limb (or limbs). Is this the right course of action though? Louise Hart, specialist CRPS solicitor, helps you to understand the current thinking from both a practitioners’ and patients’ perspective.