“EDS Awareness Educational Series” Webinar – Recording Available

Dr Derek Neilson

 

EDS Awareness invites you to listen to a FREE online learning session!

On August 6, Dr. Derek Neilson’s presented EDS Hypermobility Type and what is needed to change the perception of this condition.

 

 

 

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WHAT ““EDS Awareness Educational Series” – a webinar program hosted by EDSawareness.com

 

PRESENTER:   Dr. Derek Neilson – Assistant  Professor of Human Genetics and Pediatrics at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

 

TOPIC:     “Proving the obvious: Next Steps for the Demystification of the Ehlers-Danlos Hypermobility Type”

 

Click here for the recording of the educational program

Click here for the slides used in this presentation

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About Derek Neilson, MD

•       In 2008, Dr. Neilson joined the team at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

•      In 2012, Dr. Neilson took on a leadership role in the hospital’s Connective Tissue Clinic and has become well-known in the region for his EDS expertise.

•       Dr. Neilson is one of 2 doctors who care for approximately 900 Ehlers-Danlos patients at Cincinnati Children’s. The clinic sees both children & adults.

Education & Medical Training

Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Case Medical Center
Residency, Pediatrics/Medical Genetics, 1998–2003

Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine
Class of 1998

BA: Biology, Johns Hopkins University, 1993

Certifications

American Board of Medical Genetics
Certified in Clinical Genetics

American Board of Pediatrics
Certified in Pediatrics

Click here for publications and more details about Dr. Derek Neilson

Click here for a video discussing the “Pain Management for Children with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome” program at Children’s Hospital

Click here for an article written by Dr. Neilson

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