A professor and clinical psychologist is interested in researching how people cope with peripheral neuropathies. This is a hopeful project that might help identify optimal coping strategies that can be shared. The research project is completely voluntary and anonymous.
If you are interested in participating in such research, click here. A general summary of the research findings will be presented on our website after the study has been completed.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
A non-invasive device has been developed to alleviate symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome and is being investigated in an NIH-funded clinical trial.
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome and have the diagnosis confirmed via a nerve conduction study, then you/they may be eligible to join this study. Find out more.
Making an Impact Today and into the Future
You can help us continue to improve the lives of people with peripheral neuropathy and inspire future scientific research and discoveries with a range of planned giving options.
The Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy has teamed up with experts from Merrill Lynch to bring you information on charitable planned giving and some planned giving structures that allow you to make an impact with your gift and receive potential tax benefits as well.