Hi Kelly and welcome.
Yes, Dr. Dhamija is a geneticist in AZ and she sees EDS patients. See her bio here. https://www.mayoclinic.org/biographies/dhamija-radhika-m-b-b-s/bio-20305639.
The comprehensive EDS Clinic is located at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL.
@katemschultz posted this informative message when she was preparing for her first EDS visit to Mayo in Rochester
– What to expect at Mayo Clinic, Rochester https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/what-to-expect-at-rochester
@jthigpen writes about their experience at the EDS Clinic at Mayo Clinic in Florida here: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/comment/320392/
Whether you seek care at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Florida or Minnesota, you will have the advantage of multidisciplinary providers working together. They have can draw on the expertise of their colleagues, thus your team has access to more than 4,700 Mayo Clinic physicians and scientists on three campuses. If there's a question, alternate ideas and emerging research are just a phone call — or hallway — away.
I can see why you might prefer the Arizona campus given that you have accommodation and family support there. What questions might you have Kelly?
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Does the EDS Clinic include Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, too? Thank you.