Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome
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About Us

Dr. Diana Driscoll, Clinical Director, is an EDS patient who recovered from POTS, as have her children. Drs. Diana and Richard Driscoll began studying POTS and running numerous clinical trials when traditional treatment for POTS failed for them, and they were convinced there were medical reasons for their illness. They established Genetic Disease Investigators, LLC to conduct their studies and began finding answers via unique ocular testing. Drs. Driscoll are intimately familiar with POTS, chronic fatigue, brain fog, immune system decline, gastroparesis and other G.I. problems, poor temperature regulation, interstitial cystitis, and other symptoms affecting these patients. You may know Dr. Diana Driscoll from her site www.Prettyill.com where she provides informational videos concerning EDS (Ehlers-Danlos syndrome), mast cell activation disorders, chronic fatigue, hyperadrenergic POTS, and other forms of dysautonomia and POTS. She has worked tirelessly to promote awareness and education concerning these conditions, is recognized as the first person to use the now common #EDS hashtag on Twitter, and has reached out to help others on her forum at Prettyill.com, now known worldwide.
 
Dr. Stephanie Cudjoe,MD, together with Dr. Derek Lang serve as Medical Directors and head up the team of physicians. Together, they hand pick every doctor and physician’s assistant on the team, and assists in educating them about the nuances of POTS and chronic fatigue. 
 
Dr. Cudjoe graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas with a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology and Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry. During that time, she served as President of the Black Student Union and member of the Student Government Association. She also co-authored a research paper examining the neuro-biochemical effects of anxiety. After earning her Doctorate in Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical School at Dallas in 2005, she continued her training at Baylor Family Medicine Residency in Garland, Texas. 
 
Dr. Derek Lang, DO graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas A&M University in 2000 with a B.S. in Biomedical Science. He then went on to medical school at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth (part of the University of North Texas Health Science Center), graduating in the top half of his class. He grew up around medical practice, following in his dad’s footsteps.  
 
All physicians and PA’s on the team are carefully selected for their experience in “invisible illnesses”, their compassion and patience. Some physicians assist directly in patient care, while others are available for consultations as needed. Because experience in these conditions is a rarity, the physicians at POTS Care may need to consult with specialists outside of the local area. All of these costs are included in your fee. An integral part of the team are the doctors who work behind the scenes.
 
POTS Care has licensed the rights to use the collective knowledge obtained by the research of a variety of specialists involved in Genetic Disease Investigators, LLC. Although currently not directly involved in POTS Care, their work has been instrumental in creating the algorithms needed to evaluate POTS patients in a more thorough, yet efficient manner. When you are evaluated at POTS Care, it’s as if dozens of doctors that you never see are contributing their knowledge to your care. This new model for evaluation and treatment was a necessary step in providing patients with the best care possible in the least amount of time possible.

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