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Learn how the whole body is affected in HSD/EDS patients and discover evidence based management strategies. As a resource for both patients and providers, this guide shares knowledge that will improve care for HSD/EDS patients.

The course will cover examination and treatment of complex medical comorbidities of HSD/EDS and unusual subluxations. It will present a paradigm of treatment that rehabilitation experts find effective in working with this population. The course will incorporate lab time to practice skills learned and will include case presentations to solidify learning.

“This long-awaited EDS resource is absolutely stunning. Stott and Purdin have put together a massive labor of love built on a foundation of decades of expertise-- in a specialty area that is making a timely entrance onto the radar of more practitioners as systemic chronic inflammation increases. The chapters are high-level yet concise and blend the art of assimilating information and research with clinical pearls of wisdom, case examples, flowcharts and incredible visuals. Taming The Zebra is unparalleled to date in this arena. 


This book should be part of the curriculum for every physical therapist out there--and every practitioner who works with chronic pain and chronic illness. I will be referencing this book often and with great enthusiasm--it's a game changer for the quality of life for individuals with hEDS and those who support their care.”

Amber Walker, PT, DPT, CFMP, CNPT

Continue this journey of ours.

Patients and members of the HSD/EDS communities have been integral to the development of this book, and we appreciate your continued support and involvement.

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Portland, OR 97225

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Arvada, CO 80002

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