Education is the #1 treatment
The Dysautonomia Project collaborates with the American Autonomic Society and is committed to sharing accurate, science-based information about autonomic nervous system disorders to make it easier for providers to diagnose and treat patients and educate their staff.
Resources for Providers
Learn more about autonomic disorders and share these resources with your staff, colleagues, and patients.
Read and Watch
Read The Dysautonomia Project & Principles of Autonomic Medicine. Watch the TDP/AAS videos.
Utilize and Share
Use the resources on this site and share them with your staff, patients, and colleagues.
Join and Get Involved
Join our list of providers & TDP community, and get involved with the AAS.
DID YOU KNOW?
An estimated 70 million people have autonomic disorders.
Why Collaborate with TDP
The Dysautonomia Project is well-acquainted with the challenges providers and their patients with autonomic disorders face. It’s why we exist. Since 2014 we’ve worked directly with top autonomic specialists in the world to bridge the knowledge gap between what they know and what community providers and patients need to know.
This book is truly excellent. It is probably the best handbook ever attempted [on] autonomic disorder. I know this has been a labor of love, and one that will help countless individuals.
-David Robertson, MD
This book serves a critical role for both patients and doctors in revealing some of the apparent mysteries of autonomic disorders. It fills an important need in the initial recognition and diagnosis of these often “invisible illnesses,” which is the first, essential step in helping patients get better care.
-Satish Raj, MD, MSCI, FACC
Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta, Canada
This book is an impressive, thorough compilation of information that will be invaluable to patients and doctors. I’ll put it, no, chain it down in my waiting room with instruction on how patients can order it on their own.
-Alan Pocinki, MD, FACP
George Washington University
Help TDP and the American Autonomic Society Educate Medical Residents
Support The Residents Course
A groundbreaking, intensive three-day course in autonomic medicine for 2nd year medical residents specializing in internal medicine, family practice, neurology, and pediatrics.
“I’m excited for the opportunity the course will bring to the autonomic medicine community nationally.”
Glen Cook, MD
Director of the Autonomic Disorders Clinic, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center