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Dr. Diana, both a doctor (therapeutic optometrist), and a recovered POTS and ME/CFS patient, offers help and hope for POTS, Dysautonomia, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Lyme, vascular abnormalities, Fibromyalgia, and Multiple Sclerosis. Dr. Diana is now working full time at POTS Care.
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I haven’t seen anything on here about biofeedback and it was recommended to me and really helped…
Dr. Mary Kyprianou in Dallas has set up a program for POTS. It is a 2-week program where you stay In a hotel and go daily to the office. She has helped a lot of people and I have seen many who come in a wheelchair and leave under their own power able to exercise! Since I am local, I just went to the office twice a week which I don’t think is nearly as affective and were i to do it again i would do the 2- week. Here is the website…it is definitely worth looking into!
Thank you for posting this information! My neuro is sending me to biofeedback (I’m in Oregon) and now I have some info to compare whatever this place I am going to here is compared to this program in TX.
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