Free Webinar: “An Integrative Approach to Managing EDS” – Recording Available

Watch the recording of this free webinar.

Heather Purdin

TOPIC: “Managing Medical Zebras – An integrative approach to managing chronic pain, fatigue, and digestive issues associated with connective tissue disorders”.

PRESENTER: Heather Purdin, PT

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Note: Unfortunately the recording was stopped early at about 1 – 1/2 hours.

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About our speaker: Heather Purdin, MS, PT

  • Graduate of Duke University 1995 with BS in BioPsychoSocial Psychology, Health Psych, and Neuropsych

  • Honors Thesis on Pain Behaviors in Children

  • Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy Duke University 1997

  • Special Initiatives award for “enhancing awareness of cultural diversity in our program and profession”

  • Private Practice owner with mission to provide holistic care. Large portion of patients have EDS and chronic pain

  • Personal experience living with HEDS

  • Chair of the Oregon Area Ehlers-Danlos Support Group

  • Manual Therapy Certificate through NAIOMT

  • Voted among “Portland’s Top Doctors and Nurses 2015” Portland Monthly Magazine

  • Attended Ehlers-Danlos National Foundation Learning Conference and Doctor’s Conference  the last 2 years

  • Personal interaction with Portland, OR area EDS experts

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  • Sara

    …the YouTube link won’t work on this and I’m dying to watch it! It goes to you tube but then says the video is private…
    Please fix it! I very much want to watch it and show it to my pcp and PT.
    Thank you!

  • Diana Archer

    The video is not available to watch. It goes to YouTube but says it is private and you cannot open it up…..
    Will this be fixed soon?

    Thanks

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