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We’re not currently looking for people to take part in any studies for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

St Pancras Clinical Research is not currently working on any clinical trials for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome at the moment, as our latest study has finished recruitment. However if you are interested in being contacted in the future as and when a suitable trial comes along, please complete the below form.

Your safety and well-being is our priority. We operate under the international regulations governing clinical trials, and in full partnership with your GP.

Our comfortable, friendly new clinic is located a short walk from Barbican underground station, 8 minutes from Farringdon and 12 minutes from Liverpool street.

We operate from a fully accessible, ground floor premises with a ramp entrance.

SPCR and Pain

St Pancras Clinical Research was founded in 2016 by a group of medical experts with vast clinical trial experience across all phases, from ‘first-in-man’ studies, to post marketing.

SPCR has extensive medical and research experience in the fields of pain and anaesthesia, and our patients have access to a range of specialist facilities and in-house consultants.

We strive to offer our patients the opportunity to take part in the development of new medicines to relieve pain in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).

Our patients benefit from..

  • A variety of diagnostic tests
  • Early access to potential new medicines
  • Access to specialist doctors and consultants
  • Regular comprehensive check-ups
  • Reimbursement for time and travel expenses

Am I eligible?

If you or someone you know experiences burning, stabbing or shooting pain after trauma or surgery, or has been diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), you may be able to take part in one of our studies for CRPS. Please register your interest by completing the form below.

Your form will be assessed by our dedicated Patient Engagement Team who will review your suitability.

Each clinical trial has a strict set of criteria to determine eligibility, which exists to ensure patient safety. If you are suitable based on your questionnaire, a member of the team will be in touch to talk to you in more detail about your symptoms and the trial options available to you.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome questionnaire 

Are you looking for more information on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome?

Explore our CRPS resource hub below.

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