“Living with EDS/HSD” Webinar Schedule

Ehlers-Danlos Society Webinar Series Living with EDS/HSD

The Ehlers-Danlos Society welcomes you to our webinar educational series, “Living with EDS/HSD,” dedicated to educating people diagnosed with the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes or hypermobility spectrum disorders, their loved ones, and anyone wishing to learn more about EDS, HSD, and myriad related disorders.

Presented by renowned medical professionals and experts in living with EDS/HSD, each webinar will focus on important topics of interest to the global EDS/HSD community.

The webinars are usually held on Wednesdays and are expected to last approximately one hour. Participants must sign up in advance at the links provided. After sign-up, participants will receive an email with instructions on how to access the webinar. Presentations will be recorded and become available in the PREVIOUS WEBINARS PAGE as well as our YouTube channel (http://bit.ly/EDSocietyYouTube).

Next Webinar: Wednesday, August 21 at 2:00 pm EDT (US/Canada)

Jason Parry: “Dislocation and Subluxation Management in EDS and HSD”

Dislocating and subluxating joints can be amongst the most painful, frustrating and debilitating features of having hypermobility. Jason Parry’s webinar aims to understand some of the reasons behind why such incidents can happen in some people and more importantly what someone can do to hopefully better manage the situation when such episodes occur. Practical tips will be offered, including warning signs to watch out for, and finally what someone can do to hopefully minimize these events occurring again in the future.

To sign up to participate in the webinar live, please visit Webinar Registration – Zoom. After signing up, you will receive an email with instructions on how to access the webinar. Presentations are recorded and (barring technical difficulties) become available on the previous webinars page as well as our YouTube channel (http://bit.ly/EDSocietyYouTube).

Scheduled Webinars
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