Dr. Francomano Video: Ehlers-Danlos’ Affect on Multiple Body Systems

Don’t miss these videos! Dr. Francomano, EDS expert, talks about Ehlers-Danlos as a multi-dimensional disorder that can profoundly affect quality-of-life.  She describes how EDS affects multiple body systems–musculoskeletal, neurological, dermatological, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, and immunological. She discusses pain, fatigue, autonomic dysfunction, and much more. Chiari, Fibromuscular Dysplasia, CVID, and Mast Cell Activation Disorder are also mentioned.

Be sure to watch all 6 presentations by EDS experts, including Dr. Henderson, Dr. Collins,  and more.  All the videos below have been updated on 11/12/2013 to include the presentation slides of each doctor. These may also be found on the TCAPP website. If you wish to Fast-Forward or Rewind while watching the videos, the following video formats will allow you to do so:

Click here to View ALL Videos from the 2013 TCAPP Conference.

Dr.  Francomano’s presentation appears below:

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  • Sandra Cercone

    Thank you for your hard work and insight. It’s wonderful to know I’m not on an island all alone suffering.
    Sandy Cercone

  • Pam Middleton

    I am so thankful to my friend for sharing this with me. I am sharing it with many friends of mine.
    Thank you for publishing this!!!!

  • Dr Tinkle diagnosed three of my children with EDS in September. My youngest has SEVERE GI issues. I would very much like to see the presentation by Dr Collins. Would it be possible to have this uploaded as well?

  • admin

    Thanks,

    We will change the link.

    John

  • Wonderful insight. My daughter was diagnosed 4 days ago. We are so blessed to find a doctor that knew what was wrong within 10 minutes. I believe I am the carrier. I have had joint issues for the past three years. Most recently degenerative disc disease. Thank you so very much for sharing this information to the public. It will help us tremendously. Tami & Paige

  • Joyce

    So very thankful that another EDS patient told me about Dr. Francomano. Thank you doctor for your devotion to EDS patients. You and others have given me hope again, that someone understands this disease.
    My daughter and I would like to see her as patients some day.

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