Hello, I’m Christy from sunny San Diego, California. I was the first in my family to be diagnosed with Charcot Marie Tooth at the tender age of 16. CMT is a progressive disease that affects the lining of the nerves controlling the outer limbs.
Guest posts about visible and invisible disabilities from Charcot Marie Tooth, MS, Cerebral Palsy, etc.
Hi, my name is Cori. I am 19 years old and have a movement disorder that affects my legs, making walking difficult at times. Anyone who has spent more than a day using conventional crutches realizes they are a pain, in every definition of the word. Last year however, I…
I am a 14-year-old living with CMT. Charcot-Marie-Tooth disorder is a genetically inherited neuromuscular disease that typically affects the nerves in your hands, feet, and legs. As a result of CMT, my hands tremor, my legs spasm, and my feet hurt a lot due to my extremely high arches.