Hi, my friend Ela used to faint in class very frequently. After fainting several times a day, she lost vision and hearing. Last year during our sports, she fainted during a trial run and her parents noticed it. they took her to many hospitals. Carried out numerous blood tests, MRIs, CAT scans and even going from one cardiologist to other and from neurologists, no one was able to reach a definitive diagnosis. All advised her to drink more water and add salt to diet since her blood pressure was going down. This year the frequency of falling down increased, she remains unconscious for hours and for last two months she is bedridden. She is also experiencing chronic pain now. Eventually, she was diagnosed as with a sympathetic nervous system disorder, which was causing chronic pain and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, an accelerated heart rate condition that triggered by standing up, which was causing her vision and hearing issues, fainting, and fatigue. We are planning to consult a registered massage therapist from a clinic in Mississauga( physionow.ca/services/regis... ). Will massage therapy help her to walk? Is there any need for approaching Neurologist? Please share your views regarding this disorder.