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.
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.
The Judging panel announced the prize at a ceremony with over 450 attendees, hosted by Irish Medical times and presented by Dr.
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:
Difene: the anti-inflammatory anti-hero
Use of the painkiller is common in Ireland, despite doctors having known about its risks for a decade...
View the full article on the Irish Times website -
With over 10,000 patients a year expected to attend for consultation at the Orthopaedic & Spine Centre at Mater Private Cork, the addition of Dr. Hegarty ensures that international pain management options are now available to all individuals who attended for consultation.