Yet another outstanding achievement for CRPS Cork 2017 conference team which was commended in the “Best Educational Meeting 2018” category at the Irish Healthcare Awards 2018 in Dublin.
Chronic primary pain is a new diagnosis in the ICD-11 classification for chronic pain that is intended to embrace a number of poorly understood conditions while avoiding obscure and potentially laden terms such as “somatoform,” “nonspecific,” or “functional.”
The CRPS Cork 2017 Conference hosted in August 2017 was awarded "Best international Association Conference 2017" by the Cork Convention Bureau (CCB) and “Meet in Ireland”, Failte Ireland.
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a poorly understood condition where individual experience persistent severe and debilitating pain long after the initial injury.
The IASP Special interest group in a complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) met in Cork under the chairmanship of Dr. Dominic Hegarty (Clinical Director Pain Relief Ireland) at the start of September.