This section aims to give you all the information you could possibly need to understand Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease, and, more importantly, to live with it successfully.
We hope that this website answers most of your questions about CMT and living with it, but it is not designed to replace the relationship between you and your health care professionals.
We have taken every care to ensure that information on this website is correct, but we cannot take responsibility for incorrect entries. There are constant changes and developments in medicine, research, and daily living issues, such as benefits.
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The majority of the medical information in this section of this website was taken from CMT: A Practical Guide, written by Resonant and published in February 2015. All medical information in that publication was written with the active involvement of:
General medical and genetic advice on CMT
Exercise and stretching
Surgery and anaesthetics