Monthly Member Webinar – Thursday 25th April 2024

Practical details

Date: Thursday 25th April

Time: 19.00 – 20.00 UK time. Check your timezone here

Presenter: Jeannie di Bon

Title: How Fascia impacts Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: Understanding the connection and exploring therapeutic approaches.

Once you have registered, you will receive an email with the zoom link. You will also get a reminder on the day of the webinar, with the link. If you miss the webinar, or want to rewatch it, you can access it in the Members' Area from 72 hours after the event.

Webinar Outline:

This webinar will give a brief overview of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) including the subtypes and clinical manifestations.   We will examine how this connective tissue disorder impacts our patient's lives and what therapeutic solutions we can offer to improve pain management, mobility and stability.  EDS patients require different treatment strategies, and this will be explored in in depth. By the end of the webinar attendees will be able to identify potential EDS patients and consider their treatment options in light of this new information.   They will gain confidence in prescribing or adapting treatments to accommodate the needs of an EDS patient or client.

Presenter Bio:

Jeannie di Bon

Jeannie Di Bon is a Movement Therapist specializing in working with people with hypermobility, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and chronic pain with over ten years’ experience. Her research and study encompass Pilates, biomechanics, anatomy, neuroscience and pain management. Jeannie has hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and rehabbed her body and mind from chronic pain.

She presents globally for The EDS Society and other charities. Jeannie is also an educator of teachers and therapists in the field of hypermobility. Her range of digital courses – among them, Movement Strategies for the Hypermobile Client – have proven very popular. In July 2019, Jeannie launched The Zebra Club – a comprehensive collection of movement classes for people with
hypermobility, EDS and chronic pain.

She is the author of two books Pilates Without Tears (2016) and Hypermobility Without Tears (2019).

She is undertaking research into her movement method and hypermobility with UCL and Clarkson University in the United States.

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