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Ketamine Treatment Centers- Carolyn’s CRPS Treatment Story

Published on March 28, 2017 under RSDS General Info
Please meet Carolyn! Carolyn has been suffering with CRPS for many years now and we are so happy to share her success story.  After undergoing Ketamine infusions at Ketamine Treatment Centers, Carolyn has had a significant improvement in her quality of life and she was gracious enough to share her story and experience with us!     For any questions, please call us at 888-566-8774 or email us at info@ktcpartnership.com Click here to visit Ketamine Treatment Centers' Website. See you in Nashville!!!!   View Carolyn's Ketamine Treatment Centers Story Below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVgZVvNU3pw
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Medication Summary for Intractable Pain, CRPS/RSD

Published on November 15, 2016 under Guest Blogger for RSDSA
By Nancy Sajben, MD The following blog post was written on 11/6/16 by Nancy Sajben, MD for her website. You can visit her website by clicking here.   I spoke only briefly this morning at the RSDSA conference but there is so much to add. Most importantly, thanks to RSDSA for helping so many people with CRPS. They fund pain research, they are starting a free children’s camp, and now offer physicians one hour free CME teaching about CRPS. Holistic view, 36 points – that’s how I view caring for brain and nerves, very similar to the details used by UCLA Alzheimers Research Unit. In June 2015, I posted on their work on memory loss, dementia. We know chronic pain…
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Current and Future RSDSA Initiatives on Behalf of the RSDSA Community

Published on July 2, 2015 under Fundraising
Current and Future RSDSA Initiatives on Behalf of the RSDSA Community By Jim Broatch, RSDSA's Executive Vice President, Director This month, RSDSA is partnering with The Coalition Against Pediatric Pain and The US Pain Foundation to co-sponsor a free camp for children living in chronic pain: THE CENTER FOR COURAGEOUS KIDS in Scottsville, Kentucky. The camp is July 14-17, 2015 for children ages 7-17. The goals of the summer camp are FUN, FUN, & FUN!!!! It is the first time we have ever found a camp for children living in pain. The camp is totally FREE for all participants and a parent/guardian who will stay at the camp with his/her child. Please go to www.tcapp.org and fill out an application…
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