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Posts Tagged ‘orthostatic intolerance’

Monthly Education Meeting

Please join us Wednesday, August 7 @ 6pm MDT for our monthly education meeting. Attend in person at BHC or watch in via livestream! Education meetings occur the first Wednesday of every month at the Bateman Horne Center and are broadcast via Facebook Live and then posted to BHC Youtube channel.    

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Monthly Education Meeting

Please join us Wednesday, August 7 @ 6pm MDT for our monthly education meeting. Attend in person at BHC or watch in via livestream! Education meetings occur the first Wednesday of every month at the Bateman Horne Center and are broadcast via Facebook Live and then posted to BHC Youtube channel.    

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Monthly Education Meeting

Please join us Wednesday, August 7 @ 6pm MDT for our monthly education meeting. Attend in person at BHC or watch in via livestream! Education meetings occur the first Wednesday of every month at the Bateman Horne Center and are broadcast via Facebook Live and then posted to BHC Youtube channel.    

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Monthly Education Series

Dr. Elizabeth Sherlock shares her wealth of experience as a clinical psychologist in this month’s education series, Living with a Chronic Illness. She will share insights and tactics for coping, life modifications, acceptance, and building a system of support. Dr. Sherlock has been a caregiver and has experienced life with ME/CFS first hand, in close…

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May Education Meeting: Bateman Horne Center Beyond 2020

Please join us Wednesday, May 1 @ 6pm MDT for an inside look at the current and future role of the Bateman Horne Center in the battle to disrupt disbelief that ME/CFS patients everywhere experience. Dr. Lucinda Bateman, Dr. Suzanne Vernon, and Executive Director, Rob Ence, MBA, will provide insight into our evolving model as…

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Understanding the Neuroscience of Pain

Please join BHC and our community for our February Education Meeting, “Pain Wars: Understanding the Neuroscience of Pain” with Dr. Matthew Nelson PT, DPT, TPS. In an easy to understand and fun approach, Dr. Nelson will explain and discuss the neuroscience of pain, and how physical therapy can play a role in treating pain for…

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When Mommy Can’t Dance: How to Be a Chronically Ill Mom

It’s a hard to be a sick mom. For most mothers, a few days of illness may mean a back-up of laundry and a night or two of frozen pizza or cold cereal for dinner. For those of us moms that are chronically ill, it’s a whole other ball game. Certainly we have to adapt, get creative, and employ as many mom hacks as we can (i.e. Amazon prime, grocery pick up, self-serve kid snacks, and yes, we still have an above average number of cereal dinners). Beyond the physical demands and limitations, however, are the mental and emotional obstacles that we face. The mom guilt is present enough when you are healthy; it can be even more crushing when you are not.

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What I Learned from the NASA 10-Minute Lean Test

What I Learned from my NASA 10-Minute Lean Test

Written by a patient who participated in a BHC research study to validate a new protocol used to assess orthostatic intolerance. Here she shares what she unexpectedly learned from her NASA 10-Minute Lean Test at BHC To be perfectly honest, when I decided to participate in the NASA Lean Test Research study at BHC, I…

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NASA 10-Minute Lean Test

10 Minute Lean Test

A Simple Way to Assess Orthostatic Intolerance On June 7, 2017, at the monthly BHC Education Meeting, Pelle Wall, BHC Research Coordinator, reviewed the procedure and shared information about the research underway. Orthostatic intolerance (OI) is an umbrella term used to describe abnormal autonomic nervous system response to orthostatic challenge.  Orthostatic hypotension (OH), neurally mediated hypotension (NMH) [or…

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