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Listen to our PodCast with Dr. Karen Litzy: Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Updated: May 26


It was a truly enriching experience to be a part of Dr. Karen Litzy's esteemed podcast, Healthy, Wealthy & Smart. This platform, which features top experts in physical therapy, wellness, and entrepreneurship, is a testament to the importance of our conversation. I am grateful for the opportunity to share my insights on hypermobility disorders and EDS. Link to podcast here.





Our conversation delved into the myriad signs and symptoms associated with EDS and hypermobility disorders, such as MACAS, POTS, and hypermobility. We also explored the often-overlooked issues of digestive problems, headaches, and joint pains. The complexity of these conditions and the challenges practitioners face in piecing together these puzzle pieces for an accurate diagnosis were vital points of our discussion.





I believe that providing both patients and healthcare practitioners with comprehensive knowledge about hypermobility disorders can lead to better outcomes and success stories. Many patients have visited multiple practitioners in search of help and answers for their seemingly unrelated symptoms, only to be let down by our healthcare system and not receive the treatments they need. In many cases, hypermobility disorders were only briefly covered in practitioners' course studies, leaving them ill-equipped to provide proper care. Fortunately, a wealth of information is available, and I am committed to sharing this knowledge with patients and practitioners.


Find EDS Support Groups


In the podcast, we discussed finding support groups and developing a good team of providers. Support groups for EDS are available. I recommend looking at these websites for information: 



The Ehlers-Danlos Society has links to local support groups that are region-specific.



Chronic Pain Partners has a map of the United States and different EDS support groups nationwide.








Exciting News!!


I am thrilled to announce that I have upcoming in-person courses. The details will be updated on our website soon.


I am passionate about educating, evaluating, and treating individuals with hypermobility disorders. Our podcast conversation only scratched the surface of these complex conditions, and I am eager to delve deeper. I am thrilled to announce that I have upcoming in-person courses, the details of which will be updated on our website soon. If you are interested in hosting a course, please do not hesitate to get in touch.



I look forward to sharing more knowledge and insights with you.


Please click on the link to the podcast and listen!










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