Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
The SIG on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) aims to:
- Provide a forum for members to engage in free and frank communication on the diagnosis and management of pain syndromes of the sympathetic nervous system.
- Bring focus to new developments in the field in basic and clinical research.
- Assimilate the views of the different medical disciplines and patient reports about pain and the sympathetic nervous system.
The IASP accepted criteria for CRPS follows:
Harden, R. N., Bruehl, S., Perez, R. S., Birklein, F., Marinus, J., Maihofner, C., Lubenow, T., Buvanendran, A., Mackey, S., and Graciosa, J. (2010). "Validation of proposed diagnostic criteria (the “Budapest Criteria”) for complex regional pain syndrome." PAIN, 150(2), 268-274. These criteria are described in the IASP Classification of Chronic Pain.
Join us at the CRPS/Acute Pain Satellite Symposium!
The CRPS SIG has partnered with the Acute Pain SIG to offer a program on September 11, 2018 at the Omni Parker House Hotel. The theme is 'The cascade from tissue injury to CRPS: beyond "chronification?"'. View program. Cost is $75. It's easy to sign up! Register when you complete your World Congress on Pain registration. The SIG Satellite Symposium registration section is directly following the Refresher Course registration options. Register today!
The IASP SIG on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) keeps an archive of published newsletters under its previous name of Pain and Sympathetic Nervous System (PSNS).
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CRPS SIG Satellite meeting 2018 in partnership with the Acute Pain SIG
Date: September 11, 2018
Theme: 'The cascade from tissue injury to CRPS: beyond "chronification"'?
Location: Boston, MA; Omni Parker House Hotel
Registration Fee: US$75
This Satellite meeting will precede the IASP World Congress in Boston.
SIG on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Cork, Ireland, 2017
The conference theme, “Working together is to succeed,” focused on the role of multidisciplinary team management and the importance of partnership to help identify, treat, and understand the nature of this disabling pain condition.
View Cork 2017 Presentation. *Must be logged into IASP account to view PDF on CRPS SIG Groupsite.
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Chair-Elect (Acting Chair): Andreas Goebel (UK)
Past Chair: Candy McCabe (UK)
Secretary/Treasurer: Jenny Lewis (UK)
Scientific Committee Chair: Lone Knudsen (Denmark)
IASP Council Liaison
Serge Perrot (France)
Amanda Stone (US)
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