Author: Claire Thornber

Our names are Liz and Jo Terry and we are sisters. We are both in our 40s. Liz now lives in Gloucestershire with her wife Dee and Jo still lives in Brighton and Hove where we spent most of our childhood. We are very close....

We have recently been working with Renew who have been supporting us and we are very grateful for their help. Several of our members have been trying their inserts out and we have been hearing lots of great things about them. Read our blog written...

We had lots of fun recently creating our own spin on the 'Twelve Days of Christmas'. We played with the words and came up with our own version 'The Twelve Days of Cauda Equina Syndrome'. Creative Frog Studios and the Hyndburn Singers helped us out with a...

Despite the reassuring increase in awareness for Cauda Equina Syndrome over recent years, awareness of the Red flags changes little for patients living with this condition. There are still huge issues with non-existent or inadequate care pathways within the NHS. Improved education about the chronic, post-operative issues...

Here at the Cauda Equina Syndrome Association (CESA), we are delighted to be up and running in our new offices based at the stunning Broughton Hall Estate, Skipton.  We are now offering on site support groups here at Skipton on the first Monday of each month! ...

Our aim is to make a difference for our clients. We understand that, for the  victims of medical negligence, including those who have suffered cauda equina syndrome, the issues are often sensitive. Our team of experienced and specialist lawyers want to understand what has gone...

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