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We are one of the few non-profit organizations that is run by a majority volunteer Board of Directors. Over 95 percent of all funds donated to Rocky Mountain CRPS/RSD are used for cutting edge research. Our time and services stem from the personal dedication of all those involved with this organization.

Our primary focus is to raise money to donate to cutting edge researchers for the purpose of effectuating a cure for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) formerly known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD). We also provide education and support services to the CRPS community at large. Most of us have CRPS and therefore a cure is deeply desired.

Rocky Mountain CRPS/RSD is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  Over 95 percent of all funds received go directly towards research for a cure.
This site (and organization) does NOT dispense medical advice but is merely a database to help educate and make people more aware of a disorder known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD). Rocky Mountain CRPS/RSD is not responsible for information on this site or on attached links. Information listed here is strictly for educational purposes. Please consult with a Neurologist or Pain Specialist familiar with CRPS/RSD for more accurate data.
 Color the World Orange for CRPS
November is is CRPS awareness month. Any profits recevied…
posted: 09/19/2014
 Recent Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Study
We recently came accross this Complex Regional Pain Syndrome…
posted: 09/18/2014
 Hawk Nelson - Thank God for Something Tour
Thank God for Something Tour November 15th  @ 7pm Middle…
posted: 09/03/2014
 Cheers to Doing Good! Raising Awareness for CRPS w… / Rocky Mountain CRPS/RSD is proud to be…
posted: 08/27/2014
 Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computer…
Pain is a subjective experience—people feel pain differently…
posted: 07/28/2014
 How do Bisphosphonates in CRPS work?
We recently came across this study about the possible role…
posted: 07/07/2014

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