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BBC Broadcast on CRPS 

 

 

Click this link to listen to the broadcast – BBC – Inside Health
Listen from 14:33

Great to see the BBC raising awareness of the rare condition I have. I am totally shocked at the figure stated for those who heal in the first 6 to 12 months, only because that leaves me in the 15 percent that suffer lifelong with this condition. I often wonder if a quicker diagnosis and specialist physiotherapy would have put me in the 85 percent who heal completely in the first year. We will never know.   Continue reading

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Do not disturb I am floating today – I wish!

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Have you ever tried flotation therapy?  I did for the first time about five or six weeks ago.  I was very apprehensive about going, I am not good at trying things new especially when I have little knowledge of what to expect. Continue reading

Missing from blogging – a quick update

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I wrote this a couple of weeks ago and never got round to publishing it.  I wasn’t quite ready to hit the blogging world with a blog entry at the time, however I thought it important to write a blog post for potential publishing at a later date.  I am glad to say that today is the day that I feel like publishing this particular blog.  Please bear in mind that this was written a couple of weeks ago and I have moved on a little since writing this, an update will be at the end. Continue reading

Challenge Yourself – inspired by MSy Thought For The Day

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Picture borrowed from MSy Thought for the Day

This blog post was inspired by another blog that I follow MSy Thought for the Day where the picture above had been used.  It got me thinking about the simple everyday challenges that people face when living with chronic illness or in chronic pain like myself.
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Spoons, Beans and the Science of Crash Calculations!

I have mentioned the Spoon Theory before, however I came across this lovely little visual piece that uses beans.  Although the writer of this piece mentions CFS this can be applied to other medical conditions such as CRPS, Fibromyalgia, etc. too.   Continue reading