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Our Gastroparesis Partners

  • Association of Gastrointestinal Motility Disorders

    An international nonprofit organization designed to function as: A trusted and reliable resource for members of the medical, scientific and nutritional fields to learn more about digestive motility disorders. more >
  • Dysautonomia Advocacy Foundation

    Dysautonomia Advocacy Foundation was founded in 2014 to heighten public awareness about dysautonomias, offering communal support for those affected, and to elicit financial support and resources for educational opportunities, research of treatments for dysautonomias and, ultimately, a cure. more >
  • Dysautonomia Support Network

    A U.S. based 501 (c) (3), non-profit organization providing support, resources, education and advocacy for patients affected by the many forms of Dysautonomia and related conditions such as Connective Tissue Disorders, Mast Cell Activation Disorders, Chiari Malformation and Gastric Motility Disorders. more >
  • G-PACT

    G-PACT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded on August 23, 2001. We are dedicated to fighting gastroparesis, chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction, and colonic inertia. G-PACT increases awareness, advocates, conducts research, and provides free supportive and educational resources to anyone who is affected. We have followers from all 50 states and almost 50 different countries and maintain a medical advisory board consisting of leading physicians who focus on these conditions. All of our volunteers suffer from at least one of these conditions so we truly understand the needs of patients from a first-hand perspective. more >
  • Klippel-Feil Syndrome Freedom

    Klippel-Feil Syndrome Freedom empowers and unites patients and their families through peer support, education, research, and advocacy, for a lifetime of improved health care.   more >
  • The Oley Foundation

    The Oley Foundation strives to enrich the lives of those living with home intravenous (parenteral) nutrition and tube feeding (enteral nutrition) through education, advocacy and networking.   more >