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Pain Relief Ireland News

Winner at the Irish Healthcare Awards 2018!

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.Dr. Dominic Hegarty, as Chair of the Committee received the award at a glitzy event in the Clayton Burlington Hotel last night.

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Celebrate World Arthritis Day 2018: Manage chronic joint pain with 4 Steps!

The 12th October is World Arthritis Day 2018 and Pain Relief Ireland is delighted to help raise and promote awareness of the symptoms connected to rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases. Dr. Dominic Hegarty (Clinical Director) highlights the importance of gaining early diagnosis and access to care.

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Difene: Dr Dominic Hegarty gives his view in the Irish Times

Anti-inflammatory management for chronic pain is a very useful and effective treatment in some individuals. Nevertheless ensuing they are used in a timely and safe format is fundamental. Good clinical guidance is vital. Read our clinical director Dr Dominic Hegarty's view on Difene/NSAIDs in the recent Irish Times article:

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Pain Management at the Mater Private Hospital Cork

Pain effects 1 in 5 Irish people so it not surprising that Dr. Dominic Hegarty, Consultant in Pain Management & Neuromodulation and Clinical Director Pain Relief Ireland have combined forces with the Mater Private Hospital Cork to develop the pain management unit at the new Orthopaedic & Spine centre.

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Sunshine, Vitamin D and Chronic Pain: What is the link?

We all love the sunshine, bright days and the warm feeling of the sun on our skin. We feel energized, our mood is better and in general life seems a little more feel good factor bearable, even if you have chronic pain! But why is this the case? How does sunshine exposure relate to chronic pain levels?

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Chronic Groin & Testicular Pain

Chronic groin & testicular pain affects over 100,000 men annually. Quite often this chronic pain is the result of previous surgery or trauma such as a hernia repair, kidney removal, accident involving the scrotal region or pelvis, vasectomy or a number of infections. While the majority of chronic testicular or groin pain is from unknown causes management of the symptoms can provide the relief and quality of life you desire.

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