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COLOUR THE WORLD ORANGE DAY: NOVEMBER 4
Each year on the first Monday in November we take part in this event which stretches across the globe. This is the 6th year and many more countries are raising awareness of CRPS.
In Ontario, the CN Tower in Toronto, Niagara Falls and the Peace Bridge (between Fort Erie-Buffalo) will be lit orange. For more information about what you can do to
help this worldwode campaign, please see:
How to Get Involved:
COLOR THE WORLD ORANGE
"Let’s show the world that while we are in pain, we are strong!"
CHRONIC PAIN FORUM
"Finding a balance for health"
(As part of National Pain Awareness Week Nov. 3-8)
SPEAKERS: Dr. James L. Henry PhD, Carolyn Whiskin B.Sc. Pharm.,
Dr Colin Wellum BSc. D.C. Chiropractor,
Hilary Wellum: "CRASH rhythm for pain relief"
Dr.Arash Taghvai "Medical Cannbis Application in Pain Management".(Apollo Cannabis Clinic)
Panel Discussion.:"Finding a balance for health"
Refreshments and exhibits
PLACE: Seniors Centre
2285 New Street, Burlington
Sunday November 3, 2-6 PM.
Free admission. Event for 19+.
(This event is usually very well attended.)
PARC will have a display table. Come and see us before the event!
We reccomend hearing Dr. Taghvai (at 4:30 PM) who spoke at our event on October 26.
(Good speaker and lots of important content. )
"LIVING WITH CRPS"
Toronto Conference 2019
SPEAKERS: Dr. David L Shulman, Wilderman Clinic, Toronto
Dr. Tara Packham OT, PhD
Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Sciences,
Mc Master University, Hamilton, Ontario.
Dr. Arash Taghvai MD,
Apollo Cannabis Cllinics, Toronto
PLACE: North York Central Library
5120 Yonge Street
North York, Ontario, M2N 5N9
DATE/TIME: October 26, 2019 from 11AM- 4 PM.
BONUS: Receive a free orange CRPS Awareness bracelet
just in time for "Color the World Orange" day on November 4th!
Thank you so much for organising the event today. It was very informative for me to be able to talk to others with CRPS and to hear the speakers. I learned a lot about cannabis and the use of it today. H.M.
My family really learned a lot about CRPS and it meant a lot to me to be able to connect with others that are going through the same thing at the conference yesterday. I would love to go to more of these events in the future hopefully when I am better.Thank you for all you do, I wish you many blessings, C. L.
Helen, I just wanted to take a moment and let you know how great the conference was Saturday. The speakers were all informative and I am a HUGE fan now of Tara Packham. Imagine a medical model that involves the needs and wishes of the patient in the total care - wow, we have come a long way in our journey!!! J.B.
My only feedback to you re Saturday was the chairs were so very hard. Perhaps in future we could have more "official" stretch breaks. I am confident to just stand up when I need to but I know a few newer members said to me they wished they had done so but did not feel comfortable to interrupt the talks". J.B.
The three speakers were excellent and provided a huge amount of knowledge.They patiently answered all of our questions. We thank Dr Arash for his cannabis knowledge and easy, comprehensive approach.We thank Dr. Tara Packham PhD, for explaining CRPS so well and telling us about glia cells and nerves.We thank our Dr.. D.L. Shulman, for his words on hope for the future. H.S.
WALK TO CONQUER CRPS
Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, NS
August 31, 2019 @ 12 PM
Congratulations to Kristen Cameron and her team for hosting this year's WALK TO CONQUER CRPS!
Kristen Cameron hosted this wonderful event to raise funds for Montreal research.
To read about the research go to: MONTREAL RESEARCH.
Thank you so much Kristen!
Point Pleasant Park is a walkers' paradise with historic monuments, walking trails, benches and a beach not to mention the fantastsic views.
There are three walking trails: 10.5 km, 7 km and 3.5 km.
For more information or to register for the Walk, please click on the name: Kristen Cameron
In anticipation of this year's walk, Staples in Halifax has donated $250. Thank you!
OUR SPECIAL GUEST
returns in 2019
is the Maritimes' first person to complete the Iditarod, the 1600 km dogsled race through Alaska.
Along with completing the Iditarod, Brad has swum the English Channel,
completed a 250 km foot race across the Sahara Desert,
climbed Mount Denali and ran with the bulls in Pamplona,
Bradley's message is an inspiring and uplifting tale of determination.
It is a story of pushing yourself to rise above your greatest challenges and fear.
Web: www.lifealawaysworksout.com Twitter: @ bradley_farquhar
It is a lovely day.Who is coming with me?
|Where are we going?
UPDATE: September 5, 2018.
The sunny day provided a good backdrop for a beautiful walk at Point Pleasant Park. The walk around was 3.1 km. The group was very enthusiastic and many walkers went around 3 times.
The first prize, a tour around Nova Scotia by private plane, was given to Tatum, an 11 year old girl with CRPS. Second prize was a prize package from Tim Hortons and the Pita Pit provided 3rd prize.
We thank Kristen Cameron and her team for the hard work they did to make the WALK a success.
September 30, 2019. Another successsful year raising funds for PARC. This year, 50 walkers raised funds for PARC.We thank Kristen Cameron and her staff for making this walk successful!