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She’s Fit To Lead Article 

"We’re big believers in Margaret Twitty’s favorite saying,"Know The Person Not The Disability.” But sometimes, learning more about a disability is an important way to understand what others around us are going through. With that in mind, we asked Margaret Twitty, founder of the 2/17 clothing line and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome sufferer to share… Continue reading She’s Fit To Lead Article 

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Move Forward PT 

“I am 24 and performed gymnastics practically my whole life. I was recently diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), a rare neurological disorder. It began after I had suffered trauma to my right foot when a horse stepped on it. A few months later I had surgery on the same foot to correct a… Continue reading Move Forward PT 

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A Letter To The World 

Dear World, My name is Margaret Twitty and I am a 27 year old suffering with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome/ Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy also called (CRPS/RSD).  You may know me personally or you may not, but who I am is not really important, only the fact that I live in chronic pain.  Having chronic pain… Continue reading A Letter To The World 

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How Do You Feel?? 

Pain is subjective. No one but you knows how you really feel. When you have RSD, pain is at the core of your treatment and medications. Nurses and doctors constantly ask you to measure your pain on a scale of 1 to 10, or by pointing to a series of faces. What do you do… Continue reading How Do You Feel?? 

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Every family has a legacy, and this is mine

Some are teachers, some are musicians, and some legacies are in themselves dynasties. But my family’s legacy has a number of things. For instance.. Girls have ALWAYS been born first on my dad’s side of the family, my ancestors come from slavery, my dad, my brother, and I can’t read music but we know how… Continue reading Every family has a legacy, and this is mine