There is a wide range of treatments available so this is not an exhaustive list. A treatment plan needs to be considered between you and your care team, This page will give you some ideas about possible treatments and what they entail. There is no cure for Ehlers -Danlos Syndrome (EDS) so all treatments are done to manage the symptoms and help avoid injuries that might cause further damage.
The cost of treatment can be quite expensive. In Australia, your GP may be able to create a Chronic Disease Management Care Plan if you have a chronic medical condition (for at least the past 6 months). This gives a Medicare rebate for up to 5 allied health services such as Aboriginal Health Workers, Audiologists, Chiropractors, Diabetes Educators, Dietitian, Exercise Physiologists, Mental Health Workers, Occupational Therapists, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Podiatrists, Psychologists, and Speech Pathologists. You can see 2 or more specialists for these 5 sessions per calendar year.
The NDIS is another option to help relieve the costs of treatment for EDS.