“Redefining POTS so that everybody understands: a primary care pediatric sports medicine perspective and review”
Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome or POTS is a disabling disorder, representing “a common pathway” for multiple different causes. The heterogenous nature of its pathophysiology presents a challenge in its diagnosis and treatment. I present an unpublished unifying model which helps many in my practice understand the nature of their syndrome and how to treat it more effectively.
Dr. Craig Coleby is triple board certified in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Pediatric Sports medicine with an additional 4,000 hours of experience in emergency room medicine. He completed his training and fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Childrens Hospital in Houston Texas. He worked for Greater Houston Emergency Physicians prior to joining Granger Medical Clinic in 2010. He currently manages a 150+ patients with POTS in his practice. He is the team physician for Riverton High School. He is married with 4 children.
Access our earlier session on Remaining Upright: Approach to Orthostatic Intolerance with Dr. Melissa Cortes HERE
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