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Join us next week for our Long COVID Circle!

Every week we host a live, free group community support platform just for


With this weekly group, we come together in a supportive space to encourage connection and healing. Come share your story, connect with other Long COVID warriors, and find support.

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Watch this short tutorial for how to join Circles


Large numbers of patients who have been infected with COVID-19 continue to experience a constellation of symptoms for weeks and months past the time they were initially diagnosed.  Often referred to as “Long COVID,” these symptoms can include fatigue, shortness of breath, sleep disorders, fevers, “brain fog,” gastrointestinal symptoms, anxiety, and depression, can persist for months and can range from mild to incapacitating. In some cases, the new symptoms associated with Long COVID are worse than the initial symptoms experienced with the COVID-19 infection. 

Recent studies have shown that 10-35% of COVID-19 patients will develop persistent, long-term symptoms. Emerging research has also estimated that 1 in 3 Long COVID patients will develop Dysautonomia and 1 in 5 will develop an Autoimmune Disease.  Living with debilitating Long COVID symptoms can be challenging. Aila’s care team are here to help you manage your symptoms and support your COVID recovery.

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Are you experiencing LONG COVID symptoms? 

  • Fatigue

  • Anxiety

  • Headaches

  • Chest tightness, pressure, or pain

  • Brain fog 

  • Heart palpitations

  • Shortness of breath, trouble breathing

  • Difficulty exercising

  • Joint pain

  • Diarrhea

  • Muscle pain

  • Intermittent fever

  • Difficulty sleeping

  • Cough

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Shannon Sims, PhD

Aila Health's Expert Health Coach.

Through an integrative and anti-inflammatory lens, Shannon works closely with Long COVID patients to support their health and healing. After all, she is a former long-hauler. She works with powerful and effective evidence-based healing therapies to helping each of her patients reach their fullest potential and achieving a balanced, empowered, and meaningful lifestyle.


Danielle Kassouf, Psy.D. 

Aila Health's Expert Psychologist.

Danielle is passionate about providing quality mental health services to individuals and couples. Through her warm and active approach, clients are empowered to find self-compassion and reduce suffering.


She encourages her clients to clarify their values and commit to living a more positive and balanced life. She incorporates a variety of evidence-based techniques based on your unique needs and your goals for therapy.


These techniques may include cognitive behavioral, positive psychology, mindfulness, and values-based interventions. With therapy, many clients are able to find a greater sense of purpose and meaning in their lives.


In her own life, she tries to embody those values by practicing mindfulness and gratitude for the good in life.


She completed training at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC), and with the counties of Alameda and San Francisco.


Alice Perlowski, MD 

Aila Health's Expert Cardiologist.

Alice A. Perlowski, MD, MA, FACC is a board-certified cardiologist in Los Angeles, California.


She is also a Long COVID survivor, patient advocate, and founder of the Facebook support group, The “COVID Brain” Club.


She earned her BA in Neurobiology from Cornell University and her medical degree from Vanderbilt University. She completed her internal medicine and cardiology training at UCLA Medical Center and her vascular training at Massachusetts General Hospital. She has held clinical faculty positions at several academic institutions, including the University of Chicago, UC Irvine, and UCLA.


She also holds a Masters in Journalism from USC. She has been a dedicated athlete since the age of 5 and has competed in over 50 marathons and triathlons, including 8 Boston Marathon events.


Her goals during her own COVID convalescence include advocating for Federal and private research and funding for COVID survivors who have sustained neurological injury from the virus.


Kristen Harvey, MD 

Aila Health's Expert Physician.

Dr. Harvey is a board-certified Family Medicine Physician with a particular interest in lifestyle medicine and chronic disease management and prevention.

She attended Weill Cornell in New York City for medical school and completed her family medicine residency at Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx, New York.


She also completed a Master in Public Health from The Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland.


Dr. Harvey has spent much of her career caring for patients who were underinsured in urban and rural areas in the country and served in several supervisory roles including the mentorship and training of new clinicians.

Track your Long Covid Symptoms
with the Aila Health App 

Some symptoms aren't easy to diagnose when they overlap with many other conditions or aren't easily visible to healthcare providers.


You can use the Aila Health app to start tracking your symptoms daily to show your doctors how your symptoms change over time to get a better idea of what could be triggering them and how to manage them. 

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Helpful to have everything in one place!
Brings in data from my Apple Watch and allows me to enter other important health data. Especially the mindfulness and other videos as a paid subscriber.

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