Mindset towards Adapting: Tom Seaman and Scott Davidson Discuss Chronic Illness and Accepting Change

This is an interview I did with Scott Davidson who has a podcast called Living Adaptive, where he interviews people that have adapted to significantly difficult situations in their lives.…

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I Needed to Accept Change to Better Cope with Dystonia
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I Needed to Accept Change to Better Cope with Dystonia

In 2001, I developed severe chronic pain from a neurological movement disorder called dystonia. My life before and after dystonia are as different as night and day. I went from a very active lifestyle to…

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Living Well with Dystonia

This is a video presentation I created called Living Well with Dystonia. It shares some of the many things I have learned in my almost 20 years of living with…

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This Handball Player Began Walking Oddly. It Took Nearly Two Years For Doctors To Discover What Was Wrong.
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This Handball Player Began Walking Oddly. It Took Nearly Two Years For Doctors To Discover What Was Wrong.

According to a story from the Washington Post, avid handball player Laura Hsiung first began experiences symptoms of a mysterious illness in the middle of a game. Suddenly, without realizing…

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It’s Not Too Late to Register for This Dystonia Event in Rhode Island!
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It’s Not Too Late to Register for This Dystonia Event in Rhode Island!

Spasmodic Torticollis/Dystonia or ST/Dystonia, is a non-profit organization whose aim is to support patients suffering from ST, also referred to as cervical dystonia. Dystonia involves involuntary muscle contractions that may…

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