About POTS Care

Dr. Diana Driscoll, Optometrist and Clinical Director, recovered from POTS after 10 years of disability. Dr. Driscoll began studying POTS and running numerous clinical trials in 2012, when traditional treatment for POTS failed her.
Her corporation, Genetic Disease Investigators, LLC located inflammatory aspects of the illness involving intracranial pressure, vagus nerve problems, and vascular issues. These ground-breaking results continue to lead existing research. 
“You can recover from POTS! My case and that of my kids stand as evidence of that as do many of the patients who come to POTS Care. When the cause of POTS is identified, patients have. a fighting chance at recovery.”
– Diana Driscoll, Optometrist
Dr. Diana Driscoll released “The Driscoll Theory” in 2012 — — a ground-breaking book that dramatically shifted how POTS (and EDS) patients were evaluated and treated. For the first time, issues with abnormal intracranial pressure, vagus nerve problems, and vascular disorders were identified.
No longer a theory, this book remains 15 years in advance of today’s research.
Dr. Driscoll continues to lead the research in both POTS and EDS and has worked tirelessly to promote awareness and education concerning these conditions. Dr Driscoll is recognized as the first person to use the now common #EDS hashtag on Twitter, and holds numerous patents for unique treatment options for these patients.

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Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: Your Eyes and EDS, Updated!

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Dr. Driscoll explores the hidden causes of POTS and how you can recover and be healthy.

At POTS Care, it’s personal!

“You and your kids need neck fusions, Chiari surgeries, lumbar punctures and brain shunts. Drink lots of water, eat lots of salt, take pain medication and antidepressants.”

These were the instructions given the Driscolls, but at POTS Care, we now know that these treatments are generally ineffective.

“In many patients, invasive surgeries can be evaded (or limited), progression of the condition can be arrested, and disability can be avoided.”

– Diana Driscoll, OD

Meet Our Patients

Jill's Story

“I got immediate relief for constipation, surprisingly. Also, the energy that I had, I mean I can feel it today… I feel really focused and the mental clarity I have…”

David's Story

“After suffering from idiopathic constipation and intermittent fatigue for 7 years, and after ~$100K worth of inconclusive doctor visits… Dr. Driscoll is the only doctor I met who has a good handle on this condition.”

Jesse's Story

“I was very lucky to be a patient of the clinic. I can’t tell you how much better I feel. I really feel like I am on the journey towards wellness again!“

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Options for Care



30-minute phone consultation with Dr. Diana Driscoll, Optometrist and Clinical Director

Are you lost in your case? Do you need direction, advice, or encouragement? Although not a medical examination, Dr. Driscoll is a recovered patient, a researcher, and a practitioner and can offer high-level support. She can share her thoughts concerning Inflammatory POTS, IIH, family dynamics, school issues, validation, and recovery. Dr. Driscoll will also send you selected resources following your consultation that may help you.



Three month program to begin recovery including:

  • An app on your cell phone to guide you through Inflammatory POTS (what does the latest research tell us and how can this guide your recovery)
  • 30-minute consultation with Dr. Diana Driscoll
  • Biweekly audios by Dr. Diana Driscoll to educate, inform, and support
  • Over $500 in supplements that may offer you some immediate relief, even if your doctors have not yet identified your inflammation.
  • Heart rate variability monitor to help guide your recovery
  • A recovery journal/workbook
  • Guidance on exercise, sleep, and dietary planning
  • This package covers the commonalities in POTS patients including a tendency to develop abnormal intracranial pressure, parasympathetic nervous system problems, digestive issues, nutrient malabsorption, cognitive decline, immune disorders, and inflammatory states.
  • If you would like to approach POTS with as few medications as possible, or if you are not familiar with Inflammatory POTS, this POTS Care Package™ may be a great place to start.


Currently on a waiting list.