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I was diagnosed with POTS... looking for dr. in St. Louis Missouri area

Anyone know of any doctors in the St. Louis Missouri area or maybe nearby surrounding areas that deals with dysautonomia conditions.  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

Casey
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Unfortunately, I don't know any specific specialists in the area you mentioned.  However, if you find a local teaching hospital they are likely to have a Cardiologist and/or Neurologist knowledgeable in your condition.  Good luck in your search.
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Hi Casey,  I just joined the forum today.  I am also looking for a specialist in dysautonomia in the St. Louis MO area and was wondering if you ever found anyone.  I have not yet had a diagnoses though I have been diagnosed with tachycardia by way of an EKG.  
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Hi Casey!

I kow this is kind of late, but I go to Dr. Laurence Kinsella for POTS. He is located at Forest Park Hospital and out of ALL the doctors I've been to (at least 20) he is truly the best. Best of luck and keep strong!

Sincerely,
C
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I live in St Louis and would like to meet others and start a support group for POTS/Dysautonomia. I have POTS. My email is ***@****.  

Heather
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Hi heather did u ever get a support group together?
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Thanks!
-heiferly.

Also, this is an old "dead" thread on our forum, and as such it would be better for you to start a new thread by clicking the green "Post a Question" button so that your post gets better visibility.  This will increase the likelihood that others will read your post and respond.  
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