RSDSA gives those affected by CRPS/RSD education, advocacy and hope! From signs & symptoms, to diagnosis, to living with CRPS/RSD long term, this section has health and lifestyle information for adults and youth living with this painful and debilitating condition – as well as for their families and caregivers.
RSDSA raises funds for research to find better treatments – and a cure – for CRPS/RSD. We also work with research groups and healthcare professionals worldwide to foster collaboration, communication and awareness. Here you’ll find the latest studies and articles about progress and breakthroughs
CRPS/RSD can be isolating. RSDSA ensures that those affected by CRPS/RSD are not alone. We’ve built a strong, vibrant community that participates in conferences, fundraising events, mentoring, support groups and other activities that help them take control of life with CRPS/RSD. Join us.
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association (RSDSA) mission is to provide support, education, and hope to all affected by the pain and disability of CRPS/RSD, while we drive research to develop better treatments and a cure.
If you would like to check RSDSA Events for the upcoming months that are not shown below, please visit our Event Calendar
Join Melanie in your crazy socks for music, food, raffle, and more to Raise CRPS Awareness! All proceeds will go to RSDSA and the US Pain Foundation.
RSDSA is returning to the West Coast. We are partnering with the Bay Area Pain and Wellness Center to sponsor an exciting full-day conference: Treating the Whole Person: Optimizing Wellness at the San Jose Country Club in San Jose, California. Our presenters are experts at the forefront of the latest research and state-of-the-art treatments. Our presenters will discuss a variety of topics including: brain neuroplasticity and brain-based treatment modalities, navigating the health system, complimentary therapies, interdisciplinary treatments and incorporating psychological care into treatment, medical cannabis, and the latest in movement-based therapies. We will also share information and support for the caregivers who are an important part of care. Register Now!