Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Make your reservations!

Integrated Solutions to CRPS 
May 10, 2013
San Francisco, California

James W. Broatch 

Integrated Solutions to CRPS is a conference created for people just like you. Individuals with CRPS, friends, family, and caregivers of the CRPS community are invited to attend. The RSDSA, along with the help from generous sponsors, has assembled a friendly forum where you and experts in the CRPS field will spend the day sharing valuable information and exploring new solutions to help manage CRPS.  You will have the opportunity to talk to and network with members of the RSDSA and others who experience what you do, day after day.

The agenda below will give you an idea of the formal part of the program, but we have found over the years that the most important benefit of a conference like this is the ability to talk with each other.  As you can see, we have scheduled a group discussion, break, and a long lunch so that you can network.


Guest Speakers include

Pradeep Chopra, MD,  RSDSA Board Member and physician from Providence, Rhode Island, who will give an update on treatment options.

Peter Abaci, MD, and John Massey, MD, from Bay Area Pain and Wellness Center, will discuss an interdisciplinary model for treating CRPS.

Sharon Weiner, RSDSA Board Member and president of Living with RSDS Inc. will give you hints about managing your daily activities.

Kaitlyn Pintor, RSD/CRPS Bay Area Support Group will talk about ways to create community, both face to face and virtually.

DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco Airport 
835 Airport Blvd.
Burlingame, CA 94010  

The RSDSA has reserved a block of rooms at The DoubleTree Hilton for your convenience. 

The  discounted room rate per night is $139* and will be available until April 18th.  Just let us know  when you register if you would like us to reserve a room for you.

* Rate does not include taxes and fees.

The DoubleTree Hilton offers free Shuttle Service to and from the San Francisco International Airport.

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