hypermobile


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Related to hypermobile: hypermobile patella
Translations
hyperlaxe

hypermobile

adj hipermóvil
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In July 2014, around a year after Lil's initial symptoms, Amanda decided to pay privately to see a consultant paediatrician, who assured them Lil simply had hypermobile joints - also known as being double-jointed.
Instead, the study found that those with hypermobile lifestyles were often seen as having a higher social status.
Katy admits she is "injury prone" due to her hypermobile joints, and has previously dislocated her shoulder, but has not suffered any injuries as a result of powerlifting.
Maybe it's Kitri's sassy Act 111 variation or perhaps some hypermobile contemporary choreography to the latest pop ballad.
Table 1 Non-ocular indicators for various connective tissue disorders Marfan syndrome Stickler syndrome Weill- Marchesani syndrome * Long limbs and fingers * Flattened facial * Short fingers * Tall and thin appearance and toes * Curved spine * Cleft palate * Short stature * Sunken or prominent * Large tongue * Limited joint chest * Small jaw movement/ * Flat feet * Arthritis joint * Crowded teeth * Curved spine stiffness * Stretch marks on the skin * Joint pain unrelated to weight change * Hypermobile joints * Mild to severe hearing loss * Learning difficulties due to hearing/ ocular impairment, not intelligence
There's some indication that it affects kids who have heightened pain sensitivity or have hypermobile joints (often called double-jointed), or even flat feet.
This is especially relevant for small to medium businesses that must strategically up the ante to vie for talent and as hypermobile millenials often job-hop rather than commit long-term.
I'm hypermobile, so if you try to relax my body, it just loses all integrity.
His joints were hypermobile, his skin over the chest was translucent, and severe varicose veins were present on his lower torso and lower extremities.
Other congenital factors associated with torsion include hypermobile testes, horizontal testicular lie, hyperactive cremasteric reflex and defective gubernacular attachment.
When Sarah saw the letter of referral she went online to look up the condition and read how other problems associated with it include hypermobile joints - or extreme double-jointedness - chronic pain, serious gum infections, heart-valve abnormalities and bone deformities.