Thursday, September 30, 2010

Can you help Noi Group with any of these studies.

Noi Group Research is looking for participants.

Each project has different objectives but all tests focus on laterality recognition as a measurement for which the Recognise online programme is used. Participation takes around 15-25 minutes.

Motor imagery juvenile normalcy study

Recognising left from right limbs among individuals with spinal cord injury.

Neck laterality study

If you are able to help click here Noi Research


Wednesday, September 29, 2010

RSDSA looking for someone with CRPS for interview. Chicago

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association (RSDSA) Looking for an articulate person(s) with CRPS living in Chicago for possible media interviews which will focus on importance of early detection and treatment for CRPS and will also promote our upcoming conference on Glia Activation in Neuropathic Pain. Individuals should contact Jim Broatch via e-mail at and leave your telephone number.

Noi Group is looking for children for on line research on limb laterality

Neuroscience Research Australia through the doctors Dey, Mosely, Butler and Stewart are looking for children between 5 and 18 for a study into Limb Laterality.

Please scroll down on the right of this blog to find links to great information under the heading "mirror therapy"

Friday, September 24, 2010

My list has helped me so many times when I just can't think what to do.

I've been in remission now for nearly a year. I've used this list when I've hurt myself or had dental treatment and when I had a mole removed. It's helped me stay well. I encourage others to make a list of what helps you.

With CRPS/RSD I have learned to take one day at a time. Many things have helped in in my journey to wellness.
Having breaks between major flare ups is a blessing and an indication that I'm on the right path. Here are some of the things I've found to help with pain and symptoms. Click on the links to find out more.
  • Staying interested in research, particularly new brain science.
I am a sufferer not a professional. These things work for me about which I am very thankful. If you think something may help you check first with your treating practitioners.
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