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The POTScast

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Learn about Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). Gain insight from other patients and from top POTS practitioners. Our goal is to raise awareness, nurture community, and empower patients with information and practical skills for living better with this chronic invisible illness. If you are living with POTS, you are not alone! You can learn more about POTS by listening to our groundbreaking POTScast anywhere, anytime. Learn more by following our social media accounts @standinguptopots or use the links at the bottom of this page.

The POTScast has been divided into three series to appeal to a broad audience. We try to minimize and define the medical jargon in each episode to make these as easy to understand as possible.  We hope that you will join us weekly for a new episode!

  • POTS Basics. Jill Brook, MA, and Cathy Pederson, PhD, discuss the basic science of POTS to help both the POTS community and practitioners better understand the physiology of postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome.
  • POTS Diaries. Personal journeys of POTS patients in their own words. We hope that these stories will be both inspiration and help others in our community to feel validated in their own POTS experience.
  • POTS Practitioners. We invite top POTS practitioners to share their knowledge about POTS diagnosis and management with the broader POTS community as well as their colleagues in the medical field.
  • Seeking guests to appear on The POTScast
    • POTS Diaries is for POTS Patients. Tell our podcast listeners about your personal experience with POTS in a 20-30 minute interview to help us raise awareness about the diversity of symptoms, quality of life, and treatments for POTS patients.
    • POTS Practitioners is for Healthcare Practitioners. Specializing in the treatment of POTS and associated disorders, these practitioners will share their expertise with our listeners.
  • Suggestions welcome! Do you have an idea for an episode of The POTScast or a healthcare practitioner that you would like to nominate to be a guest on the show? Please submit your ideas!