Standing Up to POTS Medical Board
Michael B. Goodkin, MD, FACC, retired from private practice as a noinvasive cardiologist after 36 years. He is double Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiology. Dr. Goodkin became interested in postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) after his daughter was diagnosed with the disorder in 1996. He treated more than 400 POTS patients prior to retiring in 2016, and is spending his retirement working tirelessly to improve physician education about POTS to ultimately improve patient care. He is particularly interested in novel treatment regimens for POTS, including osteopathic manipulation and somatosensory therapy.