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Neuropathy Alliance of Texas
Chances are you know someone who has neuropathy, even if you've never heard of it. About 20 million Americans suffer from neuropathy. That’s more people than Parkinson's, HIV, and Alzheimer's COMBINED. Many people, however, do not receive a timely, or even accurate, diagnosis. Founded in late 2010 by two caregivers, Neuropathy Alliance of Texas seeks to provide neuropathy patients and their caregivers the information, support, resources and hope that had not existed for its founders. Although there is currently no cure for this neurological disorder, NATX provides the tools its members need to “Live Well with Neuropathy.”
3 neuropathy support groups in Central Texas whose monthly meetings feature expert speakers from a variety of disciplines.
Tai Chi classes
Currently offered in 3 locations to help with balance, strength, proprioception, and stress relief.
Lending library, online meeting videos, network of healthcare providers, shared information in a welcoming community setting.
Who supports you in living well with your neuropathy? Now is your opportunity to thank and appreciate them. Whether it’s your spouse, friend, neurologist, healthcare provider, neighbor, caregiver, or someone else, honor them this holiday season by making a donation to Neuropathy Alliance of Texas. Tell us about your Hero and we will notify them of
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We are seeking outgoing volunteers to help at each of our monthly support group meetings, and we ask that each volunteer commit to one or two of the following responsibilities every month: Set up the Library and keep track of books Register attendees and help with name badges Provide 1:1 support and a warm welcome
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Kyle is an Area Director of Operations for the largest skilled home health provider in the country. He has over 10 years of Operational and Business Development experience within the post-acute setting. Kyle has experienced Neuropathy due to a sports-related injury and personally knows the challenges it brings.
We will not have support group meetings in December. We hope you have a happy and healthy end of 2017 and look forward to seeing you in January!
Jenny is a Physical Therapist with 30 years of experience. She was diagnosed with Small Fiber Neuropathy in 2015 with the help of NATX. As a clinician and patient, she is passionate about advocating for those, like her, who need help finding resources to live a better life with Neuropathy.
We are thrilled to announce that our dream to expand to other parts of Texas is finally coming true! With many thanks to a generous donation, we will begin a new presence in the most populated city in the state, providing monthly educational programming, support, resources, and outreach to neuropathy patients and caregivers. Please help
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