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The new & improved CPSF Website is in the works

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In the very near future we will have an updated and multifunctional website that will knock your CPS socks off! Come back soon to see our improvements and THANKS AGAIN FOR SUPPORTING THE CPSF.


  1. kim salazar says:

    My daughter had recently been dignosed with cps, she has pain in her lower back. She is 12 years old and has been getting this pain for two and half months now and we are asking for any advice on medications, procedures etc that may help us help her. It’s the hardest thing to watch out daughter suffer. Please contact me if you have any information or above it will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    • Lisa Davis Budzinski, Vice President, CPSF says:

      This is Lisa of the CPSFoundation double checking to make sure someone replied to your request.

    • Hello Kim,

      My name is Brian. I was diagnosed about a month ago. I have back spasms and pain down my whole spin. I take Backlofen for the spasms. It also helps a little with the pain. Some days it feels like someone has hit me across the back with a baseball bat. Finding a pain med that helps is hard to do. Atleast one that doesn’t put me to sleep. I own a restaurant and I’m the Exe. Chef also. I work 10-14 hours a day on my feet. I tell you this because the best thing that works for me is to keep my mind thinking of something else. My work keeps me going. If I’m at home all my brain does is think about how much my body hurts. It might be hard at first, but if you can keep her mind off of the pain she might feel better. I haven’t found a pain med that takes the pain away. I’m on a patch called Butrans and it is equal to 60mg of Moriphin a day going in to my body. It only takes the edge off the pain. So try keeping her in some kind of activity that keeps her brain thinking of anything besides pain. Good luck and God Bless.
      If I can be of any help in any area please contact me [email protected].

      Y’all are in my prayers,

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  5. Hello, I was diagnosed with CPS 2 weeks ago. My CPS was caused by a concussion. I am looking for any info I can find. And so far my search has brought me here. I’m a chef and am use to working 60-80 hours a week and I know I’m going to have to quit soon (my feet are on fire with every step I take). I am looking for info on medical costs (if anyone has that info). And any advice also. Thank you from the bottom of my heart

    • bbhomebody says:

      Hi Brian-I’m glad you found our website And so sorry to hear about your recent CPS diagnosis. It’s not an easy problem to manage, but minimizing stressors that increase CPS pain can help. Your 60-80 hour a week chef job is no doubt a MASSIVE PAIN TRIGGER and sounds grueling.
      Check out The tab above marked “What is CPS?”. It includes info about causes, pain triggers, meds, treatments, etc. It can also be helpful in explaining CPS to others.
      Since you’ve already been diagnosed, your costs would likely amount to medications, treatments (massage, accupuncture, TENS unit, etc), appointment copays, loss of employment income, etc.
      You may also want to check out the CPS FACEBOOK Group. There are hundreds of other CPS patients there who can help.
      As for advice, the sooner you can get off of your burning CPS feet, the better. If your doctor is willing to try different medications, give it a shot. We all differ when it comes to which meds help us : opioids, antidepressants, anti-seizure meds, lidocaine cream or patches, medical marijuana (inhaled, eaten or topical) etc. With CPS- even a 10% decrease in pain means ALOT! So Keep a pain journal to remember what helps and what doesn’t. Certain pain triggers like weather, storms and barometric pressure changes can’t be controlled and you may hurt/burn more during these times. (Including solar flares for some patients)
      I hope this info gives you a place to start.
      Take Care. Becky-CPSF nurse educator & cps patient

  6. I was wondering if you ever considered changing the structure of your website?
    Its very well written; I love what youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more
    in the way of content so people could connect with it
    better. Youve got an awful lot of text for only having 1 or 2 pictures.

    Maybe you could space it out better?

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    • Lisa Davis Budzinski, Vice President, CPSF says:

      Thank you for that “cool new food processor”. For us to better serve you, please elaborate on “source”. Again, thank you for visiting and reading up on CPSFoundation.

  10. Matt G. says:

    We need MUCH MUCH more than website. We need spokespeople, target doctor information strategies to educate and inform the medical industry! This is ruining peoples lives and imprisoning so many to suffering with now end. We need to get SERIOUS attention to this within the medical community. Please what can we do?

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