For people living with CMT, this is an opportunity to review a participants' information sheet
The study will seek to explore how people with dHMN (a type of CMT 2) walk and how physical therapy can help. We aim to investigate this through a series of clinical examinations and rehabilitation treatments, for example, ankle braces and exercises.
If you are living with any type of CMT, you are invited to review the participants' information sheet for this research.
You do not need any previous experience, just the willingness to give your perspective as someone with experience of CMT.
27th May 2020
27th July 2020
UCL, Queen Square Centre for Neuromuscular Diseases, London
The mission of the MRC centre is to translate science into therapies for children and adults with muscle wasting neuromuscular diseases.
The MRC Centre is an interdisciplinary collaboration of 35 senior clinical and basic scientists from UCL and Newcastle University.
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