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Dysautonomia and POTS: Learn About Their Symptoms and How to Argue that Your Client is Unable to Work with These Debilitating Diseases

Join Dr. Pocinki in learning about Dysautonomia and POTS, their symptoms and their effects on the ability to perform activities of daily living.  This session will include information about the disease processes and then a discussion on effective arguments you can use to obtain benefits for your clients.
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Category:
Neurological Impairments
Faculty:
Alan Pocinki |  Debra Shifrin
Course Levels:
All Skill Levels
Duration:
One CLE hour
Format:
Audio and Video

Description

Join Dr. Pocinki in learning about Dysautonomia and POTS, their symptoms and their effects on the ability to perform activities of daily living.  This session will include information about the disease processes and then a discussion on effective arguments you can use to obtain benefits for your clients.

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Faculty

Alan Pocinki Related seminars and products: 1

Doctor


Dr. Alan Pocinki – is Board Certified, American Board of Internal Medicine, 1990.  His professional training includes Internal Medicine Intern/Resident, Washington Hospital Center and Chief Medical Resident Washington Hospital Center.  Dr. Pocinki has many honors/awards, most recent Washington Consumers’ Checkbook “Top Rated Primary Care Physicians” and Washingtonian magazine’s “Top Doctors.”  Dr. Pocinki was an Associate Clinical Professor, George Washington University School of Medicine and has numerous publications on Chronic Fatigue and Autonomic Dysfunction in Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.  Dr Pocinki received his M.D. from Cornell University Medical College, 1987.


Debra Shifrin Related seminars and products: 1

Attorney

Shifrin Newman Smith, Inc.


Debra Shifrin – is a principal in the firm Shifrin Newman Smith Inc. with three offices in Ohio.  She limits her practice to representing the disabled before the Social Security and Veterans’ Administrations.  Debra is a past president of NOSSCR and has been involved in many legal and charitable organizations.  She is a graduate of The American University and Case Western Reserve University School of Law