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Craniocervical Instability & Ehlers Danlos Syndrome: Know the Facts

Gymnastics and yoga were easy as you were super flexible.  With continued training your shoulders and knees kept popping out of place.  A series of small but significant traumas left you sidelined both from athletics, academics and socially.  Brain fog and fatigue were common themes.  You have seen countless physicians with conflicting information.  Your chiropractor … Continued


EDS in Children

EDS in Children: Groundbreaking New Treatment Options

Your child is super flexible and a star gymnast.  Unfortunately, her growing pains can be unbearable at times, and unresponsive to conservative care.  Her knees can pop out of alignment while walking across the room.   You are concerned.  Your doctor thinks your daughter may be hypermobile.  What is EDS?  What are the different types of … Continued


EDS Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can arise from many injuries including dislocation and subluxation. For patients with Ehler-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), this is especially problematic given their joint laxity.  EDS is a group of inherited disorders that affect and weaken connective tissues such as tendons and ligaments (1). And EDS shoulder pain are often characterized with joints that are … Continued


eds headaches

EDS Headaches

EDS is a complex group of inherited disorders that affect and weaken connective tissues such as tendons and ligaments (1).  Primary sites of involvement include skin, joint and blood vessels(2). Joints are typically hypermobile with excessive joint range of motion. EDS headaches are an unfortunate, persistent issue. Pain can arise from tissue trauma to the … Continued


Ehlers Danlos Back Pain

  Low back pain is common throughout the United States with an incidence of 1.39 per 1000 person-years.(1). It accounts for 3.15 of all emergency visits.  It is also problematic in patients with Ehler-Danlos Syndrome (EDS). Ehlers Danlos back pain is truly a debilitating issue that could use some light shed upon it.   What … Continued


EDS treatment for pain

Busy clinic week with several patients from aboard with a single question? Is there an Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) treatment for pain? Is there treatment for EDS pain? What is EDS? A group of inherited disorders that affect and weaken the connective tissues such as tendons and ligaments (1).  Primary sites of involvement include skin, joint … Continued


CSF Flow measurement

Why the Discovery of CSF Flow Measurement Can Help CCJ Instability Patients

We’re nearing the quarter-century point of the 21st century, and technology in the field of medicine continues to advance at an incredibly fast pace. Thanks to advances in imaging technology, we’ll learn more in the following few decades about the neuromusculoskeletal system than we’ve learned in the past few hundred years. A clear example of … Continued


The Amazing Collapsing Boy

Our children are collapsing under the weight of gravity. Why? They look down all day at screens, and it just wreaks havoc on our posture. For some, this is a major problem now, and for others, this will be a problem in the future. So this morning I’ll talk about Seth, whom I’ll call the … Continued