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NFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION RETIRED
The NFL Players Association Retired was established in the 1950’s. The association has been investing in retired players; players who did not meet the minimum requirements, and players who are still active within the National Football League.

We, the Buffalo Bills Alumni - Buffalo Chapter, would like to let you, our fans who have supported us for so long, know that we play a big part in today’s National Football League Players Association.
 NFL Players Association Buffalo Chapter
 
Over the past sixty (60) years, the NFLPA Retired Players have realized many gains.

No-cost health benefits are now available to pre-1959ers and World War II Veterans, along with widows and survivors, previously excluded. No-cost health benefits provided to NFLPA Members are:

Orthopaedic BioEngineering Institute,
Phoenix AZ:

Orthopaedic surgery on knees, shoulders, hips and all other necessary care for members.

Player Assistance Trust Fund:

The P.A.T. funds contributed, help fellow players in less fortunate circumstances that endure catastrophic problems.

Kendrick Memorial Hospital
Indianapolis, IN:

Offers cost effective care for cancer prevention, treatment and care of players with prostate problems.

Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Hospital
Oklahoma City, OK:

Offers numerous medical rehabilitation services, including inpatient or outpatient surgery, sports rehabilitation and related ancillary services.

Other rehabilitation services include brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke and joint replacement.


Deborah Hospital
Browns Mills, NJ:

Provides  heart and lung care to all NFLPA members and immediate family members.

Bonati Institute
for Advanced Arthroscopic Surgery
Hudson FL:

The Bonati Procedures start with an incision of ½ to 1 inch and employ a series of arthroscopic dilating tubes to access the spine, an endoscope to visualize the targeted area, and the use of a laser and other specially designed instruments that are introduced through the working dilating tube to correct problems, such as spinal stenosis, spondylosis, degenerative disc disease, and herniated discs.