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Featured Video of the Week: Coat Hanger Phenomenon & The Pretzel Leg Sign

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein explains the Coat Hanger Phenomenon and the Pretzel Leg sign.  These two symptoms are important symptoms to pay attention to when working with patients that have dysautonomia.  Click on the link below to learn more! …

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Featured Video of the Week: ANS Tests Part 1: The Most Important Autonomic Function Test

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein explains that there are numerous autonomic function tests and that the most important test is screening autonomic history.  He reviews the process for screening a patient’s autonomic history and how this has helped him in …

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Featured Video of the Week: The Syndromic Nature of Dysautonomias

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein gives an explanation to the syndromic nature of dysautonomia and how clinical abnormalities are manifested.  Click on the link below to learn more! Watch This Video Now

Featured Video of the Week: Stress and the Autonomic Nervous System

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein explains how stress effects the Autonomic Nervous System by using an integrative physiological approach.  Click on the link below to learn more about this relationship between stress and the Autonomic Nervous System. Watch This Video …

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Featured Video of the Week: Homeostasis and the Autonomic Nervous System

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein explains how the Autonomic Nervous System and Homeostasis are related.  He also gives an explanation as to how blood pressure is regulated involving the Autonomic Nervous System.  Click on the link below to learn more! …

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Featured Video of the Week: Chemical Messengers of the Autonomic Nervous System

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein explains that catecholamines are one of the key chemical messengers in the Autonomic Nervous System.  Click on the link below to learn more about how these chemical messengers work within the Autonomic Nervous System. Watch …

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Featured Video of the Week: Important Components of the Autonomic Nervous System

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein explains that the Vagus Nerve supports the heart, gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, lungs and spleen.  Click on the link below to learn more about the different components of the Autonomic Nervous System. Watch This Video Now

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