Top Tips to Reduce Pain While Flying:
CRPS Life Hack
Posted on June 7, 2019 
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Pain-free flying is not a myth. 

 You can travel and have fun while still having CRPS, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. 

 CRPS Conqueror Kristi Oen shares her top tips and tricks to ease the pain of flying with CRPS.   

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CRPS causing Suicidal Thoughts? You Are NOT ALONE!
There is help!
Posted on May 31, 2019 
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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS or RSD) can be a very isolating and painful disease where sometimes the only option for stopping the pain could seem like suicide. 

 This is a very sensitive topic for most of us, Kristi Oen CRPS Conqueror from Naples FL opens up about her struggles and success in overcoming her thoughts and pain. 

#1 Trick to Reduce Swelling and Pain in Legs Quickly and Easily
Posted on May 24, 2019 
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This amazing trick has been a life saver for me and my clients. 
It is quick, easy and very effective. Try it today! 

 It works by stimulating the lymphatic system.
It is the best way to reduce swelling and pain the legs. 
 It took me 30 years to find it!


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How to Get Dressed with CRPS: Hypersensitive and Burning Skin Solutions
Posted on May 17, 2019 
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Does your CRPS cause you pain while getting dressed or having sheets touch your skin?

After 30 years, I have finally found an easy solution for the hypersensitivity and burning sensations!

Check out various tips and tricks including the one that is now my go to!

How Short Hair Reduced My Pain: CRPS Life Hack
Posted on May 10, 2019 
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Making the choice to cut my hair was about reducing my pain and it really did work. 

 It helped reduce headaches/migraines and the CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) pain caused by the hair. 

Don't be afraid to do something you might feel is extreme or embarrassing to help reduce your pain.  I grew to love my short hair and appreciate the reduced pain from it!
Radical Forgiveness, A Powerful Technique that Helped Lisa Doyle-Mitchell Conquer MS
Posted on May 3, 2019 
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Lisa Doyle-Mitchell discusses radical forgiveness and how she used it to conquer MS. 

 This is a simple yet very powerful technique, learn how to do it for free now.  
Reduce Pain now with Foundation Training with Laurie Orlando
Posted on April 26, 2019 
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Laurie Orlando a Certified Founder Trainer and Chronic Pain Conqueror teaches us every day ways to reduce and prevent pain. 

 Learn how to sit down, stand up, walk, and lift things properly to reduce pain and strengthen your core easily. 

 This is truly life changing! I have also experienced amazing headache relief using Foundation Training. 
Clincially Proven Mindfulness Tips from Emily another CRPS Conqueror
Posted on April 19, 2019 
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Emily a well studied mindfulness CRPS Conqueror talks with Kristi Oen, sharing tips and tricks as well as scientific information that links mindfulness to helping with CRPS.

There is also an easy mindfulness breathing exerise that will change your life!
Meditative Movements for Chronic Pain with Guest Ellie Peterson
Posted on April 12, 2019 
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Ellie Peterson shares a powerful example of her work, Meditative Movements, in this interactive interview with Kristi Oen, CRPS Conqueror.  

Learn a simple yet powerful technique at 3:15 in the video.
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Chronic Pain Relationship Tips – Learn from our Mistakes! : CRPS Life Hack
Posted on April 5, 2019 
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CRPS can put a strain on your relationships.  

Learn from our mistakes about how to help your relationship while conquering chronic pain.  
Occupational Therapy and CRPS: What Really Works?
Posted on March 29, 2019 
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Learn from Justin Messier, National Board Certified Occupational Therapist, about what works best for his CRPS/RSD patients and for his wife.
Finding a CRPS Friendly Dentist
Posted on March 22, 2019 
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Having a great dentist that supports you is very important when you have CRPS. 

Here are some tips and resources to help you find a good dentist.


Grocery Shop Online Saving Time, Money and Avoiding the PAIN:  A CRPS Life Hack
Posted on March 15, 2019 
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Grocery Shopping can be a real PAIN!

Stop the pain by ordering online for FREE; saving you money, time and avoiding people and stress that increase your pain. 
Tips on How to Stop the PAIN at the Dentist:  A CRPS Life Hack
Posted on March 8, 2019 
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Is your pain stopping you from going to the dentist?

Here are some amazing tips to help you survive and thrive at the dentist.  
3 Tips on How to Conquer Cooking When You Are in Pain:
A CRPS Life Hack
Posted on March 1, 2019 
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Pain stopping you from cooking and eating healthy?

Learn 3 awesome tips to get you eating healthy and cooking easily!
What is CRPS? 
What are the symptoms? 
How do I get help? 
Special Guest Nurse Beth
Posted on February 22, 2019 
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Having mysterious tremendous pain with ordinary daily activities? Burning, stabbing, weird pain? 
Then perhaps you have CRPS, complex regional pain syndrome. 

 Learn the symptoms and how to get help from Nurse Beth and Kristi Oen, CRPS Conqueror
My CRPS Conquer Story
Originally Published on January 30, 2019 on RSDSA website
By Kristi Oen: CRPS Conqueror, Founder of P.A.I.N. Help, Vice President of the Naples Holistic Chamber of Commerce

Like many people with CRPS, I have spent most of my life avoiding and hiding because the reality of living with CRPS is just so cruel. Having conquered my CRPS I am happily sharing my journey with you and hope that you have pain-free days again.

Summer in the Chicago Suburbs always meant going to Santa’s Village. I had been a little chicken about certain rides and was going to skip the Tarantula, but my sister and brother teased me and I got the courage to go on the ride that changed my life forever. Mid ride the arm broke and my bucket went sailing forward and fell onto the asphalt 8 feet below. This was the start of the CRPS in my legs, migraines, and my right foot/leg’s numbness. My parents took me to doctors in that first year; however, the general consensus was that the pain was in my head. Age 11 was the first time I thought about committing suicide because the pain was unbearable and no one was listening.

I suffered silently for years, as so many of us do, setting up systems and ways to protect myself from everyday life. When I fractured my ankle in high school, I didn’t understand why everyone wanted me to go to the doctor. The stabbing pain of the fracture was nothing compared to my everyday pain. Life continued and I managed until I got pregnant 12 years ago. It was miserable and awful in a new way. After the C-section, my body spiraled far worse than I could imagine. My CRPS went full body and into my organs wreaking havoc. I was seeing up to seven different doctors a week trying everything for years but only getting worse. Finally, my official diagnosis became CRPS, but no relief. Medications, nerve blocks, etc. just made me worse until I was lying in bed in a dark, quiet room, using a wheelchair, and permanently disabled for almost 4 years. After refusing the 7-day ketamine coma, the doctors suggested moving south.

So began my journey in Naples, FL. My mother came to take care of me for many months and saw the defeat in me. One day she said, “Kristi can you do one thing for me?” I resisted slightly and then reluctantly asked what? She said, “I want you to look in the mirror every day and say I am getting healthier.” I decided I could do that and I did. As simple as this sounds, it made a difference. I started meditating and focusing on bringing healing into my body. I found a medical device that I started using while meditating and thinking positive thoughts. Within 3 weeks I was walking, in 2 months, I was off my $1000 a month of 30 different medications and supplements and off my $1000 a month of therapies. Month after month, things keep getting better including those CRPS symptoms we are so familiar with.

I do not live in constant fear anymore. I was rear ended about 6 months ago and I didn’t relapse. I was sure I would – but I didn’t! I was sore and had headaches and as my husband likes to say – that’s normal! Another test came in December with a dental appointment. I have had CRPS since I was 10 years old. Teeth cleaning is just about the most painful and agonizing thing I go through-crating thousand needles of pain and waves of fire burning through my body with each touch of a tool. We usually take breaks and modify my teeth cleaning so I can manage it. We didn’t this time, we did the regular cleaning, the bite wing x-rays (which used to be medieval torture to me), the polishing, and the gum probing. I started to cry when my hygienist was working, she stopped, and worried she hurt me. I said no, I don’t feel it. I have never in my life had a teeth cleaning I could remember where it felt like it was just touching the outside of me instead burning through me. I no longer feel like a prisoner to this burning, suicidal disease that held me captive for 33 years.

Every day I keep getting better and better. The picture of me in the wheelchair is from a year and a half ago. I am a CRPS Conqueror and it is my passion to help others conqueror their pain! That’s why I started P.A.I.N. Help, which stands for Pay Attention I Need Help. Remember you are not alone! I understand where you are and where you are going.

PAIN is a four letter word but so is HOPE.

Kristi Oen

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