Agenda

Friday, October 22, 2021

POTS "101": Diagnosis and Treatment                     

Time Topic Lecturers/Discussants
7:308:00 AM Registration
8:008:10 AM Welcome Remarks
Melissa Cortez, DO
 
Associate Professor; Director, Autonomic Laboratory
 
Department of Neurology; University of Utah
8:108:55 AM Postural Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS): Improving Diagnosis and Recognition
Melissa Cortez, DO
 
Associate Professor; Director, Autonomic Laboratory
 
Department of Neurology; University of Utah
8:559:40 AM Introduction to Autonomic Failure and Small Fiber Neuropathies
Guillaume Lamotte, MD, MSc
 
Assistant Professor
 
Department of Neurology; University of Utah
9:409:55 AM BREAK
9:5510:40 AM POTS Mimics and Comorbidities 1: Inappropriate Sinus Tachycardia, Syncope, and Pacemakers
Satish Raj, MD, MSCI
 
Professor of Cardiac Sciences; Chair, Cardiac Arrhythmia Service; Medical Director, Cardiac Sciences
 
University of Calgary
10:4011:25 AM Comorbidities: Headache, Chronic Pain, and Joint Hypermobility in Dysautonomia
Glen A. Cook, MD
 
Commander, Navy; Director, Autonomic Disorders Clinic
 
Department of Neurology; Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
11:25 AM12:20 PM LUNCH BREAK
12:201:05 PM Diagnosis and Management of Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Dysautonomia
Laura Pace, MD, PhD
 
Neurogastroenterologist
 
CEO Metrodora Institute; Salt Lake City, UT
1:051:50 PM Immunological Issues in Dysautonomia: Autoimmunity and Mast Cell Activation
Brent P. Goodman, MD
 
Assistant Professor
 
Department of Neurology; Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale
1:502:05 PM BREAK
2:052:50 PM Non-Pharmacologic Treatment Pearls
Craig A. Coleby, MD
 
Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Sports Medicine
 
Granger Medical Clinic
2:503:35 PM Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation in POTS
Chris Harper, PT, DPT, OCS
 
Active Lifestyles Physical Therapy
3:354:00 PM Special Considerations in Rehabilitation for POTS: Joint Hypermobility, Post-Concussion Michael M. Green, DO 
 
Associate Professor 
 
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; University of Utah
4:004:15 PM
Stephen Trapp, PhD Assistant Professor Department of Psychiatry; University of Utah
 
Katie Johnson PT, DPT, OCS Physical Therapy, Orthopaedics University of Utah
 
Kelsi Schiltz, PT, DPT, NCS Physical Therapy, Neurology University of Utah
4:155:00 PM Clinical Pearls in the Pharmacologic Treatment of Autonomic Failure and Dysautonomia
Blair Grubb, MD
 
Distinguished University Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics; Cardiovascular Medicine
 
University of Toledo
5:005:45 PM Expert Q&A: What Are Your Challenges and What's Not Working? Moderated by Drs. Coleby, Cook, Cortez, and Pace

Saturday, October 23, 2021

Advanced Topics and Controversies (Optional Registration)             MODERATOR: Glen A. Cook, MD

Time Topic Lecturers/Discussants
7:30–8:30 AM 7:30–7:50 AM CSF Leak/Orthostatic Headaches: Overview Jeremy Cutsforth-Gregory, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Neurology; Mayo Clinic
7:50–8:30 AM Case Discussions TBA
8:30–9:30 AM 8:30–8:50 AM Cardiac Challenges: Arrythmias, Pacemakers, and Bradycardia
Jared Bunch, MD
 
Professor, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine; University of Utah
8:50–9:30 AM Case Discussions TBA
9:30–11:00 AM 9:30–9:50 AM Vascular Syndromes in Patients Presenting with Dysautonomia: Overview
Laura Pace, MD, PhD
 
Neurogastroenterologist
 
CEO Metrodora Institute; Salt Lake City, UT
9:50–10:20 AM Minimally Invasive/Robotic Approaches to Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome

Nathan Richards, MD General Surgery; Intermountain Medical Group Salt Lake City, UT

10:20–10:50 AM Post-Operative Outcomes in Nutcracker Syndrome

Ivan Zendejas-Ruiz General Surgery; Intermountain Medical Group Salt Lake City, UT

Craig A. Coleby, MD Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Sports Medicine Granger Medical Clinic

10:50–11:30 AM Discussion