hypermobile


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Related to hypermobile: hypermobile patella
Translations
hyperlaxe

hypermobile

adj hipermóvil
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Be aware that scars on hypermobile dancers also may be thin and overstretched after a burn, but that's purely a cosmetic issue once it heals.
I have hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome [hEDS], which is a connective tissue disorder," she explains.
Of those, 29 participants were non-hypermobile, 13 participants were mildly hypermobile and remaining 27 patients had severe hypermobility.
There remains little doubt, given similar dynamics playing out in much of Europe, that liberal globalization's repeated promise that its open markets, hypermobile capital and labour flexibilization will, given enough time, trickle down to benefit all.
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Comparison of TVT and TOT on urethral mobility and surgical outcomes in stress urinary incontinence with hypermobile urethra.
Always On, Always Connected--Finding Growth Opportunities in an Era of Hypermobile Consumers, Retrieved from http://www.
Hypermobile (HM) and non-hypermobile (NHM) dancers showed very similar balance times (HM median: 36.
8) The form of manipulation Drum refers to is a "chiropractic adjustment" and because that has many connotations he details the rationale and protocol for handling: Fibrocartilage Hinge; Disc Bulge; Disc Thinning; Hypermobile Subluxations; Root Compression without Herniation and Posterior Facet Abnormalities.
Imbalanced forces exerted on patella by VMO and VL, improper activation time, tightness of lateral retinaculum, hypermobile patella and abnormal patellar tracking due to structural malalignment in lower extremity are the most important internal factors.
sup][7] reported that elbow flexed at 135[degrees] or 90[degrees] might not be optimal because of the possibility of a hypermobile ulnar nerve at the elbow.