This website is operated by NYMMA, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving and advancing information about compassionate care treatments available through New York’s Compassionate Care Act.  The website is purely educational and aims to help individuals make informed decisions about compassionate care treatments.

Medical Conditions Helped by Compassionate Care Treatments

There are many conditions that can benefit from alternative compassionate care treatments available through New York’s Compassionate Care Act including cancer, chronic pain, neuropathy, PTSD, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative Colitis, epilepsy, spinal cord injury, ALS, HIV/AIDS and Huntington’s disease. 

The treatment works better for some conditions than others and varying levels of clinical research supports its use for different symptoms. For example, there is a lot of research supporting its effective use for chronic pain but much less research that it works for PTSD. More research is needed to understand the benefits and risks of compassionate care treatment. However, millions of people find that it helps for pain, muscle spasms, stiffness, nausea and seizures.

For more information about qualifying for a medical card to obtain compassionate care treatments in New York click here.

Or click below for more information about compassionate care for the following conditions:

Medical Conditions

Cancer
Crohn’s Disease
HIV/AIDS
PTSD
Ulcerative Colitis

Neurological Conditions 

ALS
Multiple Sclerosis
• Neuropathy 
• Parkinson’s Disease

If you have any questions you can reach us by phone, text or by email.

Phone: (646) 598-4571

Email: info@ny-compassionate-care.com