The Ann Conroy Trust
This week’s Syringomyelia Saturdays post is about the only Syringomeylia & Chiari Malformation organisation in the UK – The Ann Conroy Trust. If you’d like to learn more about the organisation please keep reading, & if you’d like to donate you can find information about how to do so here.
All information in this post has been taken from the official
Ann Conroy website & all information belongs to them.
This weeks Syringomyelia Saturdays post has been written by an online friend of mine called Ross. Ross doesn’t just have syringomyelia, he also has a condition called Chiari Malformation; a condition that often comes hand-in-hand with syringomyelia. There are two types of Chiari Malformation; the most common type is Type 1 & involves the back of the brain slipping onto the spinal canal; this puts pressure on the brainstem & spinal cord which causes a whole bunch of issues. You can read more on the NHS website & you’ll find Ross’s story below!