Disabled: Superhero in Disguise

This weekend I got to enjoy the movie Doctor Strange with my family. I have always been a major comic book nerd and when there is a Marvel or DC movie I am all over it. Benedict Cumberbatch’s portrayal of Doctor Strange was amazing but not because of the character’s … Continue reading

Be Like Bill…..

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This is Bill.
Bill isn’t part of the CRPS community but he told that his Aunt had CRPS.
Instead of judging her for her sudden inability to join family functions he is empathetic.
He calls his Aunt and asks how he can help.
He asks her questions about her condition. He makes others aware of CRPS.
Bill is helping and making a change.
Please Be Like Bill!
Please share awareness of CRPS.
No Judgement! No Hate!

Just Hope!

CRPS and the Snowball Effect

With CRPS there are so many systems that can be effected and so many ways it can manifest uniquely for each patient. Making identification and treatment plans to be difficult to identify. According to Wikipedia the snowball effect is: a process that starts from an initial state of small significance … Continue reading

Link between Enlarged Choroid Plexus & RSD/CRPS

Pain Taken Seriously

A New Study out of Aalto University In conjunction with researchers from Helsinki University Hospital and Harvard Medical School , a study has shown a surprising connection that excites us here at RCDOM. Their study consisted of 12 people with CRPS and 8 people with another form of chronic pain. Upon comparing … Continue reading

Life after Diagnosis: Evan Karp & The Snuggle Buddies

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Life after the diagnosis can be hard. Many spend years fighting only to one day come face to face with the likelihood of progression and depression as their old life becomes a distant option.  Well we met someone who faced this and found his inspiration to overcome. He is living our … Continue reading