Hypermobility 101 Schedule

“Hypermobility 101” is a free virtual Zoom lecture series intended to explain Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder (HSD) and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) to patients newly diagnosed or struggling to manage this condition and common comorbidities. The sessions will discuss common symptoms, how to minimize pain and injury, as well as how to manage symptoms associated with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). Anyone wanting to learn more about HSD/hEDS is welcome to attend. Sessions are run by Prof. Leslie Russek, a nationally recognized expert in HSD; they are co-sponsored by Clarkson University and St. Lawrence Health System. These sessions typically run noon-1 (EST time zone). Handouts and additional information are available on Dr. Russek‚Äôs web site: https://webspace.clarkson.edu/~lrussek/hsd.html. Contact Prof. Russek at Lrussek@clarkson.edu for Zoom access information, or to be added to the email announcement list. Please note that Dr. Russek is not able to answer personal medical questions.

3/5/21, Noon ESTHypermobility 101: Basics of HSD/hEDS and self-care
3/12/21, Noon ESTHypermobility 102: POTS and POTS self-care, basics of MCAS
3/19/21, Noon ESTHypermobility 103: Pain management in HSD/hEDS
3/26/21, Noon ESTHypermobility 104: Safe exercise selection and progression with HSD/hEDS
*4/2/21, Noon ESTHypermobility 105: HSD/hEDS in children and teens
*4/9/21, Noon ESTHypermobility 106: Gut issues in HSD/hEDS, POTS, MCAS
*4/16/21, Noon ESTHypermobility  107: Managing Fatigue in HSD and POTS.

* Tentative dates

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