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Movement is Medicine™ Summit 2019

Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center ~ Phoenix, AZ

2019 Summit 

Save the Date: November 14-15th, 2020 – Registration Open Soon!

Thank you to all the patients, caregivers, CMT experts, trainers and generous sponsors that attended the Hereditary Neuropathy Foundation’s Movement is Medicine™ Summit. We are overcome with gratitude with all the heartfelt positive feedback.

The groundbreaking Movement is Medicine™ Summit was an interactive two-day event with inspirational speakers, awesome instructors, one on one exercise sessions, surgical and bracing evaluations, and informational workshops specifically curated by and for CMT patients.

“I cannot put into words how wonderful our trip was… So much information, beautiful views, wonderful people!!!! I am overwhelmed and so very grateful.”

“A wonderful community where others with CMT can meet others and learn about others and their weaknesses and struggles. It gives you HOPE!”

“Meeting other people who walk like me, and have the same experiences as CMT patients was invaluable. And the presentations were top-notch. I feel hopeful for the first time in years.”

“Exceeded my expectations by a huge margin.”

A huge shout out to all those that participated in the Digital Assessments of Balance and Gait in people with Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease. Your participation will help us to better understand the impact of CMT in a way that is meaningful to your everyday life. 

By helping our Therapeutic Research in Accelerated Discovery (TRIAD) researchers, we are able to help you and change the way that therapies are evaluated. It’s not too late to join. Click here to take survey.

The HNF team is eagerly planning our 2020 Movement is Medicine™ Summit on 11/14-15th!

About Ability360

The Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center is a 62,000-square-foot universally designed, accessible and transit-oriented, non-profit resources center serving the disabled community in Phoenix, AZ. Take the tour!

Meet Ability360 Program Manager Brielle Carter, as she talks about her adaptive sports and recreation center specially designed for people with disabilities. Learn about this amazing campus and upcoming Movement is Medicine™ Summit!