Practitioner Course

Dysautonomia Syndrome & POTS

Dysautonomia is the dysregulation of how the autonomic nervous system functions at rest. Learn how to reset it!

Online Course
3 lessons


12 Months OR Subscriber Pass


4 hours total


Daniel Yazbek

About this course

Dysautonomia is a term use to explain disharmony or dysregulation of how the autonomic nervous system functions both at rest and under different conditions. These disorders involve a cluster of signs and symptoms that may involve many organ systems including cardiac, gastrointestinal, neurological, pulmonary, genitourinary as well as others.

Dysautonomia is an "invisible' illness that is far from rare but rarely known. Every clinician, often without knowing it, has at least a handful of dysautonomia patients under his/her care.

As a healthcare society, we need to refrain from the word cure in those with POTS and ensure education is at the forefront of this very poorly misunderstood cyclical condition. No specialist or doctor owns POTS as dysautonomia is a disorder whereby all health professionals and specialistations have a role in untangling such a complex web of systems.

In everyday practice, the average primary care physician aims to spend less than 15 minutes for most initial and follow up consultations, yet the undiagnosed patient with dysautonomia has a large array of multi-organ problems that are largely heterogeneous.

Over the past 2 years since the COVID pandemic, we have seen an explosion of POTS cases that unfortunately have been diagnosed as having anxiety-related disorders, migraine, IBS and even those that fall under the umbrella of functional neurological disorders. The fact is all POTS patients present differently with their unique co-existing
"physiologic signatures" which needs to be taken in consideration if a treatment plan is going to have a positive effect.

In the 3 webinars we dive into the world of dysautonomia, especially as it 
relates to POTS so that I can provide you with the tools to adequately assess and manage this altered physiological state of the body.
What you receive:
  • Clear protocol explanations from some of the world's top practitioners
  • Clinical pearls for improved practice results
  • Access to your audio and video recordings via the App Store
  • A downloadable PDF of the presenter’s slides
  • Links to all referenced research papers and useful clinical handouts
  • Access to the community hub where you can get answers to your questions
  • A 30-day money back guarantee

From this course we will

  • Learn about the autonomic nervous system and how it works.
  • Understand how to screen patients for autonomic dysfunction using the autonomic medical history and the COMPASS 31 Questionnaire and personalising the treatment based on this.
  • Learn the top enemies of Dysautonomia.
  • Understand how stealth infections, immune dysregulation and the gut are key perpetuating factors in dysautonomia POTS.
  • Understand POTS coexisting conditions, MCAD, connective tissue disorders (EDS), mast-cell degranulation syndrome, small fibre neuropathy and sleep disorders
  • Learn how to perform a comprehensive clinical examination for POTS and other various autonomic disorders.
  • Explore the pharmacological interactions in POTS patients and the impacts it has on testing and treatment.
  • Learn the pros and cons of conventional and functional lab testing for POTS and various other autonomic disorders.
  • Learn the use of non-invasive technologies to assess the autonomic nervous system.
  • Learn how to treat POTS from a functional medicine and functional neurology perspective
  • Review clinic case studies.

What's in this course

Your Presenter

Daniel Yazbek

Dr. Yazbek is a certified Chiropractic Diplomate with the American Chiropractic Neurology Board, holds a Masters in Chiropractic from Macquarie University with an undergraduate degree in exercise science as well as post-graduate credentials from the Institute for Functional Medicine.

Daniel has been the proprietor of The Chiro Hub for the past 6 years. He places special emphasis on the integral relationship between the spine, brain, balance and visual systems and how they may be impacted by dysregulation in autonomic, neurological, gut-immune, hormonal-
detoxification and cardiorespiratory domains of the human body.