Dr. Patrick Agnew presents “Foot & Ankle Issues with EDS” – Recording Available

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TOPIC:  “Foot & Ankle Issues with EDS”

 

PRESENTER:  Dr. Patrick Agnew

 

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About our speaker: Dr. Patrick Agnew, DPM

– Dr. Agnew has been board certified in Foot and ankle surgery since 1990.

– He was trained in microvascular surgery at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences.

– Dr. Agnew is on the National Professional Advisory Network for Ehlers-Danlos National Foundation

– He is the founder and director of the Eastern Virginia Medical School Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residencies

– Dr. Agnew is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association, the Virginia Podiatric Medical Association, the Hampton Roads Podiatric Medical Society, and the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States.

– He is a past president of the American College of Foot and Ankle Pediatrics and the Hampton Roads Podiatric Medical Society. He is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.

– Dr. Agnew is the pediatrics section editor of the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery.

– He is a Captain in the Unites States Naval Reserve, retired.  He was decorated for service during Operation Desert Shield/Storm

 

Click  here for more about Dr. Patrick Agnew

 

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  • Loz Willard

    Thank you Dr P Agnew, foot and ankle issues. I listened to the recording and you managed to cover all my issues and more. It made so much sense and tied up with what I knew for myself but couldn’t explain. I’ve now got to convince my GP here in UK who doesn’t believe my diagnosis from my specialist at Guys Hospital, London! I think it’s time for a new GP! Thank you again 🙂

    • Sheila K

      Time for a new GP indeed, Loz! How frustrating, too, since I’ve run across a lot of research coming out of the UK on EDS. I was diagnosed at age 60 after traveling to Bethesda MD, on the East Coast, with Hypermobile Syndrome-aka benign EDS(HA HA)and Myofascial Pain Syndrome. I do not have a GP, here in the Midwestern States, but have a host of alternative care providers and a few specialists. Most doctors and PTs give me a blank stare when I mention EDS-hypermobile type. I am very thankful for the information I have been able to find online, including these Webinars. Good luck to you and all that share this baffling syndrome.

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