A New Resource Link on Chronic Pain

The Pain Research Forum provides webinars, podcasts, interviews and other information related to chronic pain on their website called RELIEF.  You can find RELIEF at http://relief.news/

Relief: Pain Research News, Insights and IdeasThis link has now been added to the Resources, Links page of CNA.

Now contributing to CNA member webpages

We are very excited to tell you about the outstanding professionals who have agreed to contribute to the CNA webpages.  Introducing…

Nikita Burke, Post-doctoral Fellow, The Hotchkiss Brain Institute

Sylvia Donley, Masters of Nursing, President CNA

Dr. James Haxton, DC DACNB  specialist in Functional Neurology

Sabrina Martini, Neurology Student, U of C (4th year)

Linda Petiot BSc, CBAP, CISA, Vice-President CNA

Sarah Rieger, Professional Journalist & Editor

We are elated to have them join us and are looking forward to making their contributions available to you. You can learn more about these exceptional contributors here: CNA Contributor Bios

“Is there anything I can do for my neuropathy?”

This is a question we are asked nearly every day at the Calgary Neuropathy Association. We want you to know that YES, there is!

CNA wants to help you learn to manage your neuropathy and chronic pain.

When you live with chronic pain or have unanswered neuropathy concerns, one of the best things is to find a group of understanding people who relate to your condition; and, to find information on supports, treatments, or changes you can make to help you manage neuropathy and the symptoms.

The Calgary Neuropathy Association is an educational support group and a place to connect. We provide opportunities to learn about the condition so you can take an active role in its management.

Meet us in person: Come, talk, and ask questions. Be listened to.

We strive to have informative guest speakers with varied interests related to awareness, understanding, treatment, self-management, and research.  We provide the opportunity for you to meet others living with neuropathy; many of whom have learned to manage and cope.

We understand Neuropathy also impacts our friends and family. We encourage them to attend as well.  Our support group is a place of friendly talk and comfort, as well as a place to receive information and education for everyone interested.

New: On-line membership includes videos of our guest speakers.

The Calgary Neuropathy Association is ready to take the next step, making our fabulous guest speaker presentations available to on-line members.  Join CNA On-line at no cost and enjoy the videos and other support information from last season.

Interested in participating in research studies?

Click Here for research studies

Upcoming Events: Workshops and Presentations around Calgary.

Events are provided for information only, if you wish to attend an event shown here contact the providing organization directly.

Download the presentation: Upcoming Events April & May

Looking for things to do around Calgary when it’s difficult to get around?

Provided for information only; if you wish to take part in an activity shown here contact the organization directly.

Download the presentation: things-to-do-around-calgary

Looking for Neuropathy Relief

CNA is on a mission to build a list of things to try for relief from neuropathy. We are looking for 100 things you can do to find relief from neuropathy and its pain.  Become a member and follow along as we build the 100 things to do for your neuropathy list.

Members are also encouraged to provide new ideas, we can’t do it alone!

 The web articles below are just the beginning!






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