RSDSA's 2nd Annual Virtual CRPS Awareness Walk Livestream

RSDSA’s Longest Day of Golf is Monday, September 27, 2021

RSDSA's Longest Day of Golf is a one-day event to raise funds and bring awareness to complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). CRPS is a rare chronic condition that affects the central and peripheral nervous systems.

Longest Day of Golf is Monday, September 27, 2021

Where: Innis Garden Golf Club in Old Greenwich, CT

This year we have a new golfer, Tony Consiglio. Tony is an avid golfer and excited to represent RSDSA in the Longest Day of Golf. Tony has supported many organizations through golf events, including serving on the board of the Heroes Hope Healing Golf Classic in support of the pediatric cancer center at Eastern Maine Medical Center. He is currently a corporate communications professional for Santander Bank. Tony graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Tony is president of the Western Mass Wood Bat Baseball League in Springfield, MA .

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

RSDSA and Supporting the CRPS Community

When you join or donate to the Longest Day of Golf the funds you raise support:


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


We help our community advocate for healthcare and treatments. 


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


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. Later this year, we will publish CRPS: Practical Diagnostic and Treatment Guidelines, 5th edition. (last updated in 2013)


Through our online community, mentoring support groups and activities we offer comfort and support to individuals and families. We support children by offering scholarships to Courageous Kids Camp each summer. 

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. It is your continuing donations that enable us to keep that light shining.

Thank You!





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