CMT and You
Whether you have just heard about CMT and are not sure what it is, or you know/suspect that you or someone close to you may have CMT, we hope that you can find some information and answers here to many of your questions about CMT and living with it.
While we have taken every care to ensure that information on this website is accurate, we cannot take responsibility for incorrect entries. There are constant changes and developments in medicine, research, and daily living issues, such as benefits – if you find any inaccuracies please let us know.
There are over 100 variations of CMT and people can be affected very differently, even those with the same type of CMT. Do contact us with any specific questions or concerns you have.
While we hope the information on the website and from our staff is helpful, it is not designed to replace the relationship between you and your health care professionals.