Welcome to the FPN Media Center. You’ll find a collection of free peripheral neuropathy educational resources, videos, brochures, and transcripts for patients, caregivers, physicians, and more.
Interested in a particular topic? You can search our e-Catalog of Articles on Peripheral Neuropathy here. 
These online videos and webinars allow those who are not able attend patient seminars to receive the benefit of the information shared by our expert speakers.
Webinar: Living Well with PN (March 4, 2020)
with Dr. Shanna Patterson
Session 1: Managing the Symptoms of PN
FPN has kicked off a new series of Patient Education Webinars for 2020 focusing on Living Well with PN. Our first in the series focuses on Managing the Symptoms of PN: what you as a patient can do to manage your symptoms beyond pharmaceuticals.
Peripheral Neuropathy Patient Conference (September 2019; Austin)
FPN presents a special conference for peripheral neuropathy patients, featuring Dr. Sara Austin, MD, FAAN, Megan Frazier, Jessica Wells, Delisha McLain, Linda Gibson, Julie O’Connor and Jenny Park.
Charitable Giving in the New Tax Age (April 2019)
FPN presents a webinar to highlight some options on how donors can continue to contribute to meaningful causes in a tax-friendly way. Speakers included Lou Mazawey, President of the Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy and Principal, Groom Law, Mark Friese, Senior Vice President-Wealth Management for Menick, Friese, Phillips Bock Group/Merrill Lynch &Co, and Daniel H. Ruttenberg, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, SmolenPlevy.
Peripheral Neuropathy – Name it! Learn it! Cure it!
Peripheral Neuropathy affects more than 20 million people in the US alone. Why haven’t more people even heard of it?
Watch and share this video to shed some light on this terrible disease.Watch 
Peripheral Neuropathy Patient Conference (October 2018; New York)
FPN and Mount Sinai presents a special conference for peripheral neuropathy patients, featuring Mount Sinai’s Dr. David Simpson, MD, FAAN, Dr. Jessica Robinson-Papp, MD, Dr. Shanna Patterson, MD and Mary Catherine George, PhD.
Peripheral Neuropathy Patient Conference (June 2018; Washington, DC)
FPN and Johns Hopkins presents a special conference for peripheral neuropathy patients, featuring Johns Hopkins University’s Dr. Ahmet Höke, M.D., PhD, Simone Thomas, M.S., Dr. Thomas Smith, M.D., FACP, FASCO, FAAHPM, and Dr. Tae Chung.
Peripheral Neuropathy Patient Conference (October 2017; Chicago)
FPN and NU Medicine presents a special conference for peripheral neuropathy patients, featuring Northwestern University’s Dr. Richard J. Miller, PhD, Dr. Senda Ajroud-Driss, MD, Dr. Daniela Maria Menichella, MD, PhD, and Dr. Jinny O. Tavee, MD.
Ovarian Cancer and Peripheral Neuropathy
Pam Shlemon, former FPN Executive Director, joined Amanda Davis of the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance on a moderated webinar discussing the connection between ovarian cancer and PN.
PN: New Strategies for Patient Care
Senda Ajroud-Driss, MD, offers an overivew of PN with emphasis on the treatments available for today’s patients. Professor of Neurology, Northwestern University
Physical and Occupational Therapy for PN
Vicki Tysseling-Mattiace, PhD, MPT, explains the benefits of exercise, and physical and occupational therapy for PN patients. Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, Northwestern University.
Dr. Ahmet Höke, MD, PhD, provides an overview of peripheral neuropathy and common symptoms and treatments. Professor of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
FPN | Newsletter
Our FPN|News that is published twice annually – Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter. With a cover article that addresses an important topic for those struggling with peripheral neuropathy, you will also find research, tips from patients, Q&A from the experts in PN, articles on ‘Living Well’, upcoming events, and more.View Newsletters 
FPN Educational Brochures
Peripheral neuropathy is the manifestation of many different conditions that can damage the peripheral nerves and is considered a neurological disorder rather than one distinct disease. Peripheral neuropathy may be either inherited or acquired.
In order to achieve its mission, FPN initiated the creation of the Peripheral Neuropathy Research Registry (PNRR) which will facilitate both the basic and clinical research studies needed for an improved understanding of the causes and development of PN. Learn more about the Registry and how to enroll.
If you are interested in acquiring our brochures for your clinics or offices please contact us at (847) 883-9942 or email@example.com .
How to Live Well with Neuropathy
PainPathways Magazine Facebook Chat: How to Live Well with Neuropathy
May 20, 2015
Neuropathy After Cancer
CURE Magazine Facebook Chat: Neuropathy After Cancer
July 9, 2014
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