#KnowEDS

KnowEDS

KnowEDS is a project to help medical professionals learn more about Ehlers-Danlos syndromes and related conditions, such as Mast Cell Activation, Dystonia, Autism, Dysautonomia, Gastroparesis, and others.

#KnowEDS is a phrase that is easy to remember for patients and medical professionals alike.

This page will be kept up to date with the most current education surrounding EDS and its related conditions.

Click on this image to read an important article from Dr. Alan Hakim about the importance of diagnosis.

 

Earn FREE CME credit at this link
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Our Medical Adviser Dr. Linda S. Bluestein M.D., has written an excellent educational article:

Pain Management in Hypermobility Disorders: Frequently Missed Causes of Chronic Pain – Linda Stapleford Bluestein, MD., Topics in Pain Management: July 2017 – Volume 32 – Issue 12 – p 1–10

To earn CME credits for this article it must be purchased from Topics in Pain Management. Click here to purchase.

image for link to physicians resources pageEDS Wisconsin is dedicated to helping providers access quality resources.

#KnowEDS is in honor of Lisa's love for education, puns, and hot pink.
Lisa was only 30 when she passed away in February this year due to health conditions associated with EDS.

READ LISA'S STORY

 

EDS Wisconsin is dedicated to increasing education and support for the medical community in Wisconsin, and eventually for people everywhere. Our vision is a better Wisconsin where EDS and related conditions are better understood, treated, and supported.

Strengthening Connections!

Request education in Wisconsin using the form below, or email EDSWisconsin@gmail.com with your request.



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