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Pain Management Print Resources
Continuing Medical Education article, Pain Management in Hypermobility Disorders: Frequently Missed Causes of Chronic Pain, PDF file by Linda Stapleford Bluestein, M.D.
- CME Accredited Article on Hypermobility Disorders
- After participating in this CME/CNE activity, the provider should be better able to:
- Describe the various types of hypermobility.
- Identify signs and symptoms of Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders.
- Develop treatment plans for patients with hypermobility disorders that address their specific and unique needs.
Education in pain neuroscience can help you feel better. Learn about breakthroughs and controversies in pain management and what you can do to help yourself or someone you love.
Accompanying handout for Download: Resources for Managing Your Pain
- MTHFR.net, by Dr. Ben Lynch – a Website dedicated to MTHFR with articles and resources.
- Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase Polymorphism in the Etiology of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Hypermobility Type: Connecting the Dots, by Deborah A. McQueen – A personal website with personal research and resource citations. https://www.mthfrheds.com/
- What is an MTHFR Mutation, by the Wellness Mama – Describes MTHFR and offers tips, an explanatory video, and additional reading resources with citations.
- The trouble with w-sitting, an Online article at skillsforaction.com
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