Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic nerve pain where there is often a nerve injury but it has gone undiagnosed due to either the clinicians’ lack of understanding about peripheral nerve anatomy or due to the complexity of the peripheral nerve injuries that follows injury.
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July 5th, 2022, the non-profit organization CRPS Warriors Foundation is excited to announce the red panda, Ruddy as the official registered trade mascot. Ruddy is a representation of the CRPS Warriors Foundation’s indefatigable spirit and tough volition.
CRPS Warriors Foundation’s new mascot, Ruddy, is inspired by a red panda known as an elf in the eastern Himalayas. Tribes regard the red panda as a guardian angel with lucky and peaceful power. As the red panda, Ruddy, CRPS Warriors Foundation is dedicated to guarding and supporting every warrior diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Meanwhile, the red panda is a life warrior who never shows weakness and always stands out to defend itself even when facing strong enemies. CRPS warriors have the same optimistic attitude towards life-courage, confidence, dignity, and never giving up. Ruddy has dense, warm orange fur, which matches CRPS Warriors Foundation’s theme color and shows the strength of fire and unlimited energy. The fluffy ringed tail has four rings representing the initial letters of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. The hug position embodies the warm-hearted and supportive nature of the CRPS Warriors Foundation.
“With our new mascot, Ruddy, we have expected to provide our warriors, our partners, and our professionals with a clear and strong understanding of our faith and mission,” said Deborah Jankowski, CEO of CRPS Warriors Foundation. “We believe that our new mascot conveys a powerful and inspiring message worldwide.”