4 - Chronic Pain Management & Learning About CRPS with Ross McCreery

In episode four, we speak to Ross McCreery all about living with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), and how one's life transitions when dealing with and learning to manage one's own chronic pain.
For Episode 4, we are speaking to Ross McCreery. Ross is an incredible advocate in the Saskatchewan chronic pain community and abroad where he shares his own experiences of living with complex regional pain syndrome, also known as CRPS. 

Ross is the founder of CRPS Awareness Day in Saskatchewan - which is on November 2nd - he is a board member of the Saskatchewan Pain Society, and he is actively involved as a patient family advisor for various research endeavours. He is a published writer and speaker, has an amazing website and blog called “Painfully Optomistic,” and today he is going to tell us all about his chronic pain journey, and the importance of patience and persistence while learning to manage pain.

We hope you enjoy this episode, and for anyone wanting to connect with Ross directly, you are welcome to do so by visiting his website at https://painfullyoptomistic.com/ or dropping him an e-mail at ross@painfullyoptomistic.com. Ross is also on Twitter at @Rossco006, and has an active Facebook Page which can be found at "Painfully Optomistic."

Additional Links and Resources
SaskPain Website
SaskPain Facebook

A thank you to our sponsors and supporters:
The Saskatchewan Pain Society
The Community Initiatives Fund
Our Editor, Chris Enns of Lemon Productions

We happily welcome feedback on this podcast, and are always looking for guests to speak to! Contact us at info@saskpain.ca, or message us on our Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn pages if you would like more information, or to get involved. 
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