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  • 400pages
  • Living Life to the Fullest with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: Guide to Living a Better Quality of Life While Having EDS
  • PT Kevin Muldowney
  • English
  • 19 October 2020
  • 1478758880

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Read Living Life to the Fullest with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: Guide to Living a Better uality of Life While Having EDS ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF PT Kevin Muldowney ✓ 8 Read Read & Download Living Life to the Fullest with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: Guide to Living a Better Quality of Life While Having EDS Kevin Muldowney MsPT has been treating people with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome since 2005 As a physical therapist he has developed an exercise protocol to help stabilized the many joint subluxationsdislocations associated with this genetic disorder This book is intended for the person diagnosed with EDS to both inform them about the healthcare team needed to properly treat them as well as to guide both the physical therapist and their patient with EDS through the Muldowney exercise protocol This book will cover such topics as how joints sublux in this population how to find the right physical therapist how to exercise without injury and what physical therapy techniues works best By the end of this protocol people with EDS should be better informed about what is going on with their body and how to make it better. I have had problems with joint pain multiple dislocations and subluxations for years I ve been in PT mulitple times and it has never been particularly helpful in fact I usually wind up injured than when I first started About a year ago I had a doctor insist that I needed to go back to PT with the purpose of developing and implementing a full body strengthening program I begrudgingly went because he wouldn t drop it and lucked into seeing someone who understands connective tissue disorders and how to go about treating them It has been life changing Unfortunately we haven t been able to work on a full body preventative strengthening program because we have been dealing with multiple injuries I bought this book to see what I could do at home to augment what my PT is already having me do It is a great book and the only one of its kind that I am aware of at least I do have some uibbles with it thoughNegative The author makes it clear in his introduction that you are to use this book with a physical therapist He says this will take 2 3 visits a week for 6 12 months I don t think this is practical for most people My insurance pays for 20 PT visits a year After that the cash pay price for my PT is 75 a visit We can swing 1 visit a week paying cash because PT allows me to function 225 a week for PT is not in our budget He is also adamant that you need to follow the protocol of progression of exercises exactly without skipping around to address things that hurt NOW chronic injuries On some level I understand this reasoning because dealing with a long string of chronic and new injuries is what has prevented me from figuring out a whole body program with my PT However I don t think a rigid approach is practical For example I injured my shoulder It was so painful that I could not sleep I couldn t lie down on my back because it hurt too much I also couldn t raise my arm This was not a brand new injury it has been an issue for years It never really healed after the first time I dislocated it and then got worse and worse until I couldn t ignore it If I had a PT tell me that they wouldn t help me with my shoulder until I had gone through back exercises for the sake of protocol the larger picture I would find a different PT As a patient I think there needs to be a balance between keeping the chronic injuries under control and working on the preventative I am disappointed by the pictures in the book They aren t very high uality resolution I suspect that having better pictures would have dramatically increased the price of the book Which by the way I think is a fair price This is basically a textbook for a physical therapist To reach people the author went through and also included a translation into normal person speak The price is less than 12 what a typical medical textbook costs It s comparable to a couple of co pays or less than one of my cash visits with my PT You also have to think about what a narrow audience this book addresses I don t see it hitting the NY Times best seller list In addition to the uality of the pictures the model is wearing a baggy shirt and shorts that obscures his knees and elbows I wish I could better see what his knees and arms are doing He states that you need to have a geneticist diagnose hypermobile EDS and then after the diagnosis you start the protocol and assemble your team The problem with this is that the geneticists that know connective tissue disorders are swamped Having to wait over a year to start to get things going is too long My PCP diagnosed me referred me to genetics to confirm and also sent me to several specialists cardiology GI allergy PT to get the ball rolling while we waited for genetics to have an opening which wound up being 18 months later Those specialists did things and gave me information that immediately improved my uality of life If I had to wait for genetics to confirm my diagnosis I would still be waitingThe positive This is a whole body program Seriously There are face exercises It is INCREDIBLY comprehensive and takes you slowly through different levels of exercises He gives modifications and instructions on what to do if you can t tolerate something The author really and truly understands EDS He acknowledges things that are uniue to EDS like coming out of PT injured than when you started and the weird injuries that don t happen to typical people but are rampant in those with EDS He gives instructions to the physical therapist on how they need to modify massage and mobilization techniues to avoid accidentally injuring you He talks about POTS He talks about who you need to have on your medical team and why It s pretty incredible The non medical speak explanations of the exercises are easily understood so that you can do this on your own even though you aren t supposed to The medical speak is in there too and isn t inaccessible if you have a medical dictionary or google handy He includes a protocol on adding cardio to your activity This is great for POTS and 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Read Living Life to the Fullest with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: Guide to Living a Better uality of Life While Having EDS ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF PT Kevin Muldowney ✓ 8 Read Read & Download Living Life to the Fullest with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: Guide to Living a Better Quality of Life While Having EDS Kevin Muldowney MsPT has been treating people with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome since 2005 As a physical therapist he has developed an exercise protocol to help stabilized the many joint subluxationsdislocations associated with this genetic disorder This book is intended for the person diagnosed with EDS to both inform them about the healthcare team needed to properly treat them as well as to guide both the physical therapist and their patient with EDS through the Muldowney exercise protocol This book will cover such topics as how joints sublux in this population how to find the right physical therapist how to exercise without injury and what physical therapy techniues works best By the end of this protocol people with EDS should be better informed about what is going on with their body and how to make it better. Finally I Got a book where the author have expirence with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and what kind of training is goodI am so glad