Could Pain be a symptom of HNPP?
Hereditary neuropathy with liability to pressure palsy (HNPP) is a rare condition that affects the nerves in the body, causing numbness, tingling sensations and sometimes loss of muscle function. HNPP is considered a pain-free condition even though some sufferers of HNPP have complained of pain as a symptom. In this study co-authored by one of our therapists, Lynn we explore the plausibility of including pain as a symptom of HNPP.
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