Pudendal Neuralgia Association, Inc

///Pudendal Neuralgia Association, Inc

Pudendal Neuralgia Association, Inc

Pudendal Neuralgia Association, Inc
(excerpt from www.pudendalassociation.org)

Who We Are

The Pudendal Neuralgia Association, Inc. was established in 2013 as a non-profit organization in the state of Massachussetts. We provide educational services to pudendal neuralgia patients and their families as well as medical personnel in English and in Spanish.

Our wish is to help improve the quality of life of pudendal neuralgia sufferers.

Members of The Executive Board

Dahri I. McFaline, M.Ed.Executive Director, President
MaryBeth Scalice, Ed.D. Coordinator of Psychospiritual Services
Andrea M. Kaubris – Clerk
Rosalyn Feliciano, M.A. IDET – Instructional Designer
Raena Avalon – Consultant
Maureen N. Strong, CPA – Treasurer

Board of Directors:

Kara Moylan MacLean, M.Ed.
Richard P. Marvel, MD
Jose R. McFaline-Figueroa, MD PhD
Jyotsna Nagda, MD
Mickey Nilsen
David Podolsky, JD
Clinton Michael Radenbaugh

Our Goals

  • Establish and maintain a telephone hotline to provide support for pudendal neuralgia sufferers seeking emotional guidance.
  • Identify appropriate resources to assist affected patients and their families in coping with their chronic pain, daily activities, emotional stress and financial burdens
  • Locate medical resources available in the vicinity of the affected patients’ community and facilitate their access.
  • Provide counseling services.
  • Educate patients in new ways to regain their individual and financial independence so that they may once again feel they are contributing members of society.
  • Facilitate training programs for medical personnel in the latest pain management treatments and surgical procedures for pudendal neuralgia and pudendal entrapment patients.
  • Establish a capital campaign to create aHope Centerto accommodate patients and their families who travel long distances for medical treatment.
  • Maintain online information about the latest treatments and medical procedures.
By | 2017-12-12T11:38:52+00:00 May 18th, 2014|Help, Professional|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Elizabeth Pund May 21, 2014 at 11:00 am - Reply

    I’m suffering from Pudendal nerve damage. Can you recommend the best treatment center in the U.S. and the best pudendal surgeons in the country.

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