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Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS)?

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This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by   Eric Lambert, DC June 5, 2019 at 9:10 pm.

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    Eric Lambert, DC

      I had a patients friend ask me is there was anything I could do for her Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS). I told her that unfortunately I didn’t think MAR or IAR would be beneficial. But I also told her that I would ask some of the smartest MSK doctors in the world about it to see if there is anything I can possibly recommend for her. So if anyone has any advice for an EDS patient, that may help, that I could pass along I’d appreciate it. Thanks


      Paul Nottoli

        I have a few patients with EDS and it honestly depends on how severe their symptoms are. The ones that are more “mild” cases usually respond well to the treatments along with proper strengthening.

        It’s case by case.


        Michael Danenberg

          I have a patient with EDS. Previous to me she had seen a few NMT practitioners and ART Providers. We have had great success with her using MAR especially with her sciatic issues that come on from time to time. We also have her doing neuro resets along with corrective exercises.


          Eric Lambert, DC

            Thanks for the information. I emailed the patient back and am just waiting on a response.

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