So, you’re a qualified health professional and you’re interested in writing an article for Hypermobility Connect?
 
GREAT! Thank you.
 
As you know, hypermobility aware health professionals are few and far between both in Australia and around the world! You don’t have to be an expert. All you have to be is YOU - a health professional working with people with a hypermobility condition. I’m sure you have wisdom and knowledge to share with patients (and professionals). 
 
What are the benefits to you?
  • Exposure for your practice / your name
  • Exposure on our social media, and yours if you share your post
  • Being featured on Hypermobility Connect shows your knowledge in the area of hypermobility and therefore, credibility (which few practitioners can boast).
  • Potential increase in referrals
 
So don’t hesitate. Don’t start second-guessing yourself. You can do this. There is a story in there for you to tell, I know it! 
 
Fill in the form below and Michelle will get in touch with you to follow up.

 
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17 hours ago
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The journey to diagnosis, for many, is nothing less than a nightmare. A horror story for others. We raise awareness of our hypermobility conditions so that others don't have to go through the horror ... See more

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19 hours ago

If we had Hypermobility Connect branded (on the back) Christmas Cards, would you buy them to give to people to help raise awareness?

They would be about $13 for 10 cards + Postage.

Yes or No?
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1 day ago
Don't Write Off These Symptoms As "Just Anxiety"

"[DYSAUTONOMIA] doesn't mean we can't do things, it just means we need to do things differently, and it means that we might need rest in ways that seem strange" ~ Rachel Romu

Here's what you need to know about dysautonomia, according to researchers and young women living with it.

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1 day ago
Photographer Raises Awareness Of Kids With Rare Diseases In Striking Series

Truly beautiful.

The mom wants to inject beauty into an often uninviting hospital experience.

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