In 2019, TCP will be launching its Advocacy in Chiari pain management research. Please send us an email if you want to get involved in your local community, city or state.

Hosting fundraisers or even supporting others through social media, TCP  is searching for volunteers who are deeply affected by this condition and looking to make a strong impact.

From understanding how to diagnose Chiari Malformation properly through MRI to controlling the symptoms that come along with the condition, we will make others aware. TCP will continuously work to find pain management solutions so those dealing with the condition could have an improved quality of life.

This invisible disability exist in men, women and children. Officials in schools, universities and even the workplace need to understand more about CM so unhealthy stress does not arise. This invisible disability needs to be recognized more at the highest level and it starts with advocacy. Please email us at and put CPSR in the subject line.