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Physician Resources

This page is reserved for easy access to outstanding resources for greater clinical understanding. This page currently includes recommended reading for physicians who desire to learn more about Dysautonomia and coexisting conditions. As we launch the Grand Rounds CME program this list of resources will grow to include access to Dysautonomia assessment tools, forms and a physician portal for providing feedback and asking questions that can be answered by one of our International Medical Advisors.

To decrease pooling of blood in your legs, consider wearing compression stockings, foot exercises, and tensing your leg muscles when standing.


The Dysautonomia Project Book

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“The Dysautonomia Project” is a much needed tool for physicians, patients, or caregivers looking to arm themselves with the power of knowledge. It combines current publications from leaders in the field of autonomic disorders with explanations for doctors and patients about the signs and symptoms, which will aid in reducing the six-year lead time to diagnosis.


Primer on the Autonomic Nervous System, Third Edition

The Primer on the Autonomic Nervous System presents, in a readable and accessible format, key information about how the autonomic nervous system controls the body, particularly in response to stress. It represents the largest collection of world-wide autonomic nervous system authorities ever assembled in one book. It is especially suitable for students, scientists and physicians seeking key information about all aspects of autonomic physiology and pathology in one convenient source.


Adrenaline and the Inner World: An Introduction to Scientific Integrative Medicine

This accessible work is the first in more than seventy-five years to discuss the many roles of adrenaline in regulating the “inner world” of the body. David S. Goldstein, an international authority and award-winning teacher, introduces new concepts concerning the nature of stress and distress across the body’s regulatory systems. Discussing how the body’s stress systems are coordinated, and how stress, by means of adrenaline, may affect the development, manifestations, and outcomes of chronic diseases, Goldstein challenges researchers and clinicians to use scientific integrative medicine to develop new ways to treat, prevent, and palliate disease.


Adrenaline and the Inner World An Introduction to Scientific Integrative Medicine

Principles of Autonomic Medicine

I dedicate this book to my family, for their support and understanding; my colleagues and friends at the NIH, for their devotion to our research mission and to me; and especially to the many patients who have put their trust in me and provided me with sparkles of insight about how the body’s “automatic” systems function in health and disease.


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