Meet Russell, a rockclimber from Washington who developed POTS as a teen and continues to battle his way back. His main symptoms are dizziness and brain fog, but these are debilitating. Find out how he has worked his way back to climbing, despite his ongoing limitations. And, a little update about a treatment that has really improved his symptoms!
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