Free Webinar: “Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTs)”

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Presenter: Dr. Blair Grubb

Topic: “Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTs)”

 

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About our speaker:

⦁    Dr. Grubb is a world-recognized expert in the treatment of cardiac arrhythmia, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), syncope and disorders of the autonomic nervous system.
⦁    He is the Director of Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology and Program Director of Clinical Autonomic Disorders Center at the University of Toledo Heart and Vascular Center in Toledo, Ohio.
⦁   Dr. Grubb is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology.
⦁    He is a distinguished professor of medicine and pediatrics in the University of Toledo College of Medicine and has been a faculty member of the University of Toledo since 1988.
⦁    He was recognized as one of America’s Top Doctors in 2002 and from 2004 to 2007.
⦁    He was named 2015 Physician of the Year Award from Dysautonomia International.
⦁    He recieved the Medical Professional of the Decade Award from the British Heart Rhythm Society and Arrhythmia Alliance.

⦁   Dr. Grubb is a leader in the discovery and use of new approaches for the treatment of POTS.

⦁    His expertise draws patients from across the globe to the University of Toledo Medical Center, where they are treated with compassion.

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Interesting video with DR. Grubb discussing POTS

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  • Tessa

    Hi,
    Very interested in this webinar having hyperadrenergic POTS and gotten sicker from the specialists I’ve seen (including a world-renowned doc who was kind and could figure out why treatments were having opposite effect). Having a conflict in my schedule, will there be information or video posting of the webinar afterwards?
    Thank you!

  • Tracy Heureux

    Dr.Grubb is one of kind. Thank You!

  • Amy Recker

    Would love to attend this webinar to learn about POTS as my son diagnosed 5 months ago… But he has a basketball game at that time we will be at… Is it possible to listen/watch at a later date or “record” it somehow? Thank you!

  • Ronnie Cimorose JR

    Thank you so much for this opportunity.
    My daughter Julia was just diagnosed with POTS at the Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia.
    We are just learning about it.
    I joined several support groups on FB, My heart goes out to my daughter and everyone that suffers from POTS
    God bless!
    Ronnie

  • admin

    This session will be recorded and available at this announcement page for those who cannot make the time

  • Dixie

    Have been sick for over 6 years with PoTs. My new doctor has diagnosed me with an autoimmune disease. Once my disease is in active mode, it aggravates my PoTs. Vicious cycle.

  • Emily H

    Hi Dr. Grubb. Is there a correlation between SERPING1 gene mutations like alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency or hereditary angioedema and dysautonomia/NCS? How often are amyloid deposition diseases seen in dysautonomia patients? Could dysautonomia patients have various forms of muscular dystrophy mimicking EDS? I have subluxations but an otherwise low Beighton score. (I have NCS and an AATD carrier state. My grandmother had probable pelvic limb girdle muscular dystrophy. My father has amyloidosis and monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance). Thank you, Emily H.

  • Kristi Jones

    I would like to listen to this recording, but was unable to at the scheduled time. I had to work at the scheduled time. My daughter has POTS.

  • admin

    The recording was posted. We had a record number of attendees!

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