Register Now!Registration Fee: (Fees are non-refundable) 

  • $25.00 -  Individuals with CRPS/Caregivers
  • $50.00 -  Healthcare Providers


Friday, December 8, 2017 
12:00 - 4:00 p.m. (EDT)

Target Audience:

Individuals with CRPS, Caregivers, Health Care Professionals

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Greenwich Library 
101 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830

Driving Directions 

Additional Information:
  • COURTYARD Marriott, Rye, NY, 631 Midland Avenue, Rye, NY. 
    Reservations: RSDSA has reserved 10 roomsCall 1.800.321.2211 or 914.921.1110 - identify yourself as part of the RSDSA Room Block
    Room Rat
    e:  $149.00 (plus 13.375% tax applied at checkout)
    Check in:  12/08/17 3:00 p.m. - Check out:  12:00 p.m.
  • Greenwich Train Station:  1 mile from the Greenwich Library. Take Metro North from Grand Central Station in NY or New Haven, CT
  • From Route 95 please use Exit 3 for both North and South


Jim Broatch

RSDSA will be in Greenwich, Connecticut at the Greenwich Library on Friday, December 8, 2017 for Treating the Whole Person: Optimizing Wellness.

Join us for this half-day conference from 12 to 4 p.m. Registration will start at 12 p.m. and the conference will start promptly at 12:45 p.m. Refreshments will be available. RSDSA has taken a small block of rooms at the COURTYARD Marriott, Rye, NY. If you need a room please make your reservation on or before November 17, 2017. Please download information on making a reservation.

RSDSA is excited about bringing new information and state-of-the-art medical modalities to the people who struggle with CRPS.This important event brings people together to share, learn, and embrace the opportunity to participate in this important discussion.  

There will be experts to share their expertise.  Information on ketamine treatments and low dose naltrexone, two treatments that work for many with CRPS, will be provided during the presentation. We will discuss the state of the art medical devices, healing within and the latest in complementary medicine.
  • Samyadev Datta, MD, is a respected specialist who will discuss the latest treatments for people with CRPS.
  • Beth Seickel, BSN, is an emergency department nurse and a person with CRPS.  She will focus on advocating for yourself, and finding your own strength, and how to create your own CRPS toolkit.
  • Stephen Dahmer, MD, CMO, will discuss Medical Cannabis:  Safety, Efficacy, and Cost.
  • Vincent Carlesi, MD, will discuss Clinical use of Medical Cannabis in Connecituct.
  • Brian Snyder, MD, will discuss DRG: A New Intervention for CRPS
  • David Brady, ND, will discuss Functional Medicine and Chronic Pain.
  • Eric Schwartz, is a person with un-defined chronic pain. He will discuss Navigating a Baffling Health care System Without a Diagnosis.
  • Our panel of experts will respond to your questions.

View or download the Conference Agenda