POTS | Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome or “POTS” affects more than 400,000 nationwide. This condition affects the circulation or blood flow resulting in dizziness, lightheadedness, and even fainting when upright standing. The most common forms of POTS are neuropathic and hyperadrenergic.

This condition make it challenging to control these symptoms when carrying out day-to-day activities. Specialized physical therapy is necessary to improve circulation and standing tolerance. By utilizing manual therapy techniques, the regulation of the “fight or flight” response reduces in order to improve postural alignment. The 5-phase Parr PT Method also includes individualized medical graded exercises to slowly and safely progress into standing and other walking related positions.

3 Systems Vital to Your Health | Top 5 Things You Need to Know about EDS

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If you suffer from anxiety, stress, or often feel that you’re in a state of fight or flight, you are not alone! This happens when at least 1 of the 3 systems vital to your health is not working like it should. You have almost certainly experienced this if you have EDS or other chronic …

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Breathing Techniques for EDS to Improve POTS and Chronic Fatigue

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There are various breathing techniques to for EDS to improve POTS and chronic fatigue. Do you get winded just walking to get the mail or walking to the kitchen? We often wonder why exercise or day-to-day activities are so challenging. So the real questions is, have you considered whether or not you are breathing the right way? Most people tend to breathe …

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