Below is a list of Business Friends of the HMSA, with an overview of their products or service, details on how you can purchase, and the nature of the benefit to the HMSA. Anybody is welcome to purchase from our business friends. You do not have to be a member of the HMSA.

To apply to become a business friend, please complete this form.

(Please note that inclusion on this list does not mean that the HMSA endorses the product or service)

Redcliff-House Publications

Redcliff-House Publications ( is a small business set up to design awareness raising materials and publish literature that fill gaps in existing information provision - benefiting patients, healthcare professionals and charities. A percentage of the profit from EDS/HSD related literature and apparel sold is donated to nominated EDS/HSD charities and non-profit organisations. By working together, we aim to eliminate the duplication of efforts, save charities and non-profits precious funds and raise money for charity at the same time.

(Claire Smith, founder of Redcliff-House Publications, is also the HMSA Journal Editor)

[HMSA note: The book "Understanding Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder" is brilliant - we get excellent feedback from our members - both patient and professional - who have read this book and found it easy to understand, clear, and altogether an excellent resource]

Stickman Communications Limited

For each order made from Stickman Communications via this link, the HMSA earns 20% of the total value of the order placed. In addition, for each copy of 'You know you have HMS/EDS when...' sold, £1 is donated to the HMSA.

Stickman Communications produces a range of products that promote understanding and acceptance of disabilities and medical conditions, including books, keyring cards, pin badges, leaflets and and posters relevant to a range of HMSs (hEDS, cEDS, vEDS, marfan syndrome, HSD) as well as autonomic dysfunction, MCAS, pacing, fatigue, pain, autism, and other linked symptoms and management techniques.

The founder, Hannah Ensor, who lives with HSD and PoTS said "The HMSA is the reason I got diagnosed, and the reason I have learned (or am learning!) to live well in the body I have, so I wanted to do something to give back to this special charity which has made such a difference to my life."

(Hannah Ensor is also the chair of the HMSA)