Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome

Course Overview

6 CEUs


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Video Presentation

  • 2 CEUs. 2 Hours.

This course will review:

  • Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome
    • Definition
    • Diagnostic Processes
    • Symptoms & Associated Conditions
    • Medications
  • Impact of POTS on Function and Quality of Life
  • The Role of Occupational Therapy
    • Non-Pharmacological Management Strategies
    • Exercise Rehabilitation
    • Enabling Occupational Engagement

Recorded Webinar

  • 1 CEU. 1 Hour
This is a recording of the Zoom Case Study and Q&A session that was hosted in February 2023. Julie Anne Veenendaal  presents a Case Study of a teenager diagnosed with POTS. There is discussion and a time for questions and answers.

Read the Literature

  • 3 CEUs. 15 MCQs.
Includes a voucher for an online article activity of your choice on Article CPD
*You have until the 31st of December 2023 to complete this course*


About the Presenter


The OT Link is delighted to welcome Julie Anne van Veenendaal (BSc OT) to present a new Coffee Club on Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome.

Julie Anne van Veenendaal  is an Occupational Therapist and a BASI Certified Pilates Instructor. She has experience working in physical rehabilitation and with people living with chronic conditions while living with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome herself. As an OT living with an invisible condition, she has a unique perspective on the importance of lifestyle management for ‘incurable conditions’. Julie Anne loves working with people living with chronic and invisible conditions to build insight into self-management. She is passionate about enabling resilience through occupation and this has led her to postgraduate research on the links between occupation and resilience.

Ratings and Reviews

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Nicole Duff
Posted 8 months ago

The speaker spoke clearly, in a very organised and easy to understand way. I loved it

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Santie Gropp
Posted 9 months ago
The effect of heart rate affects activity participation

My expectations was to get more info on a relatively unknown medical condition. Was quite informative

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