News

Feb 20, 2018
Category: Updates
Posted by: John
We are pleased to announce that the 2018 Henry Crock Lecture will be delivered by Professor Christine Le Maitre, Professor of Cell Biology and Tissue Regeneration, Biomolecular Sciences Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University. Professor Le Maitres' Lecture "How can biology help to understand and treat low back pain?" will be delivered during the Society of Back Pain Research annual conference 15th November 2018 to be held in Groningen, Netherlands. In addition the presentation will be repeated in London for the general public at the end of the year, details to follow.
Feb 13, 2017
Category: Updates
Posted by: John

You can now follow us on Twitter

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Aug 28, 2012
Category: Updates
Posted by: webtechdesign
I became Vice President of DISCS because I know from personal experience how painful and debilitating back pain can be, as indeed do millions of others.
 

Introduction


 

Welcome to DISCs.

So many people's backs ache and we are looking to solve this elusive issue.

We are currently looking for £100,000 in order to fund more research into back pain.

DISCS works hard to raise funds to sponsor medical researchers and spinal surgeons
who are conducting research to into the fundamental causes of back pain,  and
working towards  developing new and innovative approaches to transform the
treatment of pack pain.  There is a growing need for this research, as
debilitating back pain can affect up to 80% of the UK population at some
point in their lives.

To find out what we have been up to and want to do in the future, look at our past and current projects.... but please bear with us with some of the language - backs are complex things and they have their own medical terms.

We welcome donations in all of its forms from sponsored sporting events, commercial sponsorship to wills and one off donations. Any gift, large or small, would be much appreciated. Please see our donate page.

Thank you.

 

 

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