Free Webinar: “Physical Therapy Protocol for Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome” – Recording Available

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Kevin Muldowney

TOPIC: “Physical Therapy Protocol for Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome” (using the new EDS Physical Therapy Book)

PRESENTER: Kevin Muldowney, MSPT

Muldowney’s EDS Physical Therapy Book price reduced to $49.95! For every purchase made through the following link,
$1.00 will support EDS Awareness webinar programs.
Click this Amazon link to order Kevin Muldowney’s book

Click here for a link to this recording

Click here for the slides used in this presentation

Click here for a link to his the “eBook” (not printable)

Click here for a link to Kevin Muldowney’s previous webinar “Sacroiliac Joint (Hip) Dysfunction in EDS” 

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About our speaker: Kevin Muldowney, MSPT

Kevin Muldowney, MSPT, owner of Muldowney Physical Therapy, has just published a book outlining a specific exercise protocol designed for people who are diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS). Click here for more information about the book.

Kevin Muldowney has been treating this EDS population since 2005.

His protocol was designed to slowly and safely progress patients with EDS through an exercise program to ultimately strengthen their entire body, while stabilizing numerous joint subluxations/dislocations commonly associated with the genetic disorder.

Click here for more about Kevin Muldowney

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  • Kathy Bell

    Please let me know about webinars.

  • Serina Mikunda

    How do I access the webinar for people who missed it? Has it been uploaded to youtube yet?

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