Ehlers Danlos Syndrome is a rare disorder in the United States. Usually seeing under 200,000 cases per year. Which makes this conversation even more important for the people that do have it.
EDS affects the connective tissues in one’s body. Meaning it could impact skin, joints, and organs.
Proper exercise and physical therapy can help maintain the integrity of the joints. This is where Dr. Sara Wynne Ferruzza steps in.
Sara is a doctor of physical therapy as well as a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) working with people suffering from EDS. Sara finds herself working with gymnasts and dancers on a regular basis because people with EDS tend to do really well in these sports.
Sara is a great person to speak with and she clearly has passion for what she does. Check out the links below to learn more about Sara and how you can connect with her.
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