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About EDS Wellness, Inc.

Education • Diagnosis • Solutions

EDS Wellness, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization promoting health education, integrative healthcare, and wellness strategies for living well with Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS), Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders (HSD), other connective tissue diseases, and related comorbidities, through print and digital media resources and materials, seminars, webinars, conferences, health coaching, and patient advocacy,

EDS Wellness provides education on various movement, nutrition, and mind-body therapies by collaborating with healthcare practitioners and like-minded organizations, to improve the quality of life and overall well-being of individuals living with chronic, complex, and multisystemic illnesses.

EDS Wellness collaborates with other organizations and healthcare practitioners on various projects associated with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) and its related conditions, to provide information and resources for those living with EDS and the medical professionals who care for them. EDS Wellness focuses on helping patients live well while living with EDS and its comorbid health conditions.

Movement • Nutrition • Mindfulness

EDS Wellness is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit in the state of Maryland. We are also actively working on finalizing our board or directors, as well as our medical, professional and patient advisory boards. You can read more about our board of directors by visiting our Board of Directors page. If you are interested volunteering, please submit an application through the form on our Volunteer Application Page. For all other questions, please send an email to [email protected].

For general questions regarding Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), you may email one of our Helpline volunteers at [email protected], or use the contact submission form found on the HelpLine page.

EDS Wellness, Inc. does not have physicians in our employ, and we operate under the direction of our director, counsel from our board, and through the assistance of volunteers. The EDS Wellness Helpline is run by our director and volunteers, not by EDS health care providers or specialists. Contacting our Helpline implies an understanding that any information provided is not a substitute for medical advice or care by a professional. You are responsible for your health, wellness, and healthcare.

Please do not call our office number for HelpLine-related questions, as we will direct you back to the HelpLine email to have someone help answer your question and try to provide you the information that you are requesting.

For all other questions, please email [email protected].

Wellapalooza Integrative Health & Wellness Conferences, Just 5 Minutes, Moving Naturally with Hypermobility seminars, EDS Ride for a Cause, Mast Cell Research, Invisible Strength -Stronger 2 Gether, Strength/Flexibility/Health/EDS, are all affiliates or individual initiatives under EDS Wellness, Inc. EDS Wellness, Inc., its subsidiaries, and related websites, all serve as online resources to assist individuals and healthcare providers in learning ways to manage the health and well-being of those living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) and its comorbidities. We are not physicians; however, we provide print and digital media educational resources, share up-to-date information and research on Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and related conditions, and offer individualized wellness coaching, training, education and consulting services, and general patient advocacy.

Disclaimer: EDS Wellness, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit wellness organization incorporated in the state of Maryland. EDS Wellness, Inc. does not provide medical advice or treatment. We are not a health care provider. It is important to realize that information provided by EDS Wellness, Inc. is not meant as a replacement for proper care from a doctor, therapist, or other healthcare providers. It is vital that you talk with your health care providers regarding the diagnosis and treatment options for Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), other connective tissue disorders, and comorbid conditions. Minors should consult with a parent or legal guardian when considering treatment and providers.

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