RSDSA and Supporting the CRPS Community

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a rare disease that affects the central and peripheral nervous systems. It is a debilitating condition marked by chronic pain, 24/7.

RSDSA supports  individuals and families with CRPS. We strive to create a community for our Pain Warriors. Community is profoundly important to those with CRPS. Living with a chronic disease, in constant pain, often unable to work or cut off from family and friends, community is the bright light that sustains us.

With your Year End donations we can support CRPS Warriors with community, advocacy, research and education. Your donations can make a difference. 

RSDSA is offering this site as a resource that CRPS Warriors can share with those close to them. Family and friends can learn more about CRPS and spread awareness about this rare disease and to raise money for future programs.

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When you join or donate to RSDSA the funds you raise support: Community, Advocacy, Research and Education

It is through your help and generosity that we are able to continue our work in the CRPS community. Your caring support can truly make a difference!

What CRPS Feels Like | My Journey with CRPS

Community

Facebook Lives and conferences unite CRPS Warriors and clinicians to hear about the latest treatment options.

Advocacy

We help our community advocate for healthcare and treatments. The Advocacy Committee collaborates with other Rare Disease organizations to raise awareness.

Research

We raise funds for research to find better treatments and a cure. Click here to read about RSDSA's current funded research grants.

Education

We provide webinars and conferences to learn about the latest treatment options. We have two medical online courses for doctors and nurses to learn more about adult and pediatric CRPS. 

How To Be An Advocate for CRPS Warriors

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RSDSA Corporate Sponsors

National Sponsors

Abbott

The Baker Family Charitable Trust

Michael and Lynn Coatney

Michael and Lynn Coatney

Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence and Judy Zager, in loving memory of Hunter Lia Zager

Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence and Judy Zager, in loving memory of Hunter Lia Zager