hypermobility


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Related to hypermobility: Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Double jointed

hypermobility

(ˌhaɪpəməʊˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
(Medicine) med an extension of the joints beyond normal capacity
Translations
hyperlaxité

hy·per·mo·bil·i·ty

n. hipermobilidad, movilidad excesiva.
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I suggest seeing a dance medicine orthopedist for a diagnosis, as they are more tuned-in to the prevalence of hypermobility in performers.
At 19 I was diagnosed with joint hypermobility syndrome - my joints go beyond the normal range and I get injured easily.
Patients and methods: A total of 69 healthy volunteers were included in the study and classified into three groups based on their hypermobility severity determined with Beighton-Horan hypermobility index scores.
AN INVESTIGATION IS UNDER WAY AFTER A TEENAGER WHO SUFFERS FROM HYPERMOBILITY EHLERS DANLOS SYNDROME, WAS TOLD SHE COULD NOT BOARD TWO DIFFERENT BUSES IN HER WHEELCHAIR.
Hypermobility is one of the most common causes of SUI in women; however, there does not appear to be any statistically significant difference for the transobturator and retropubic MUS, or the pubovaginal sling in the treatment success rates for women with SUI secondary to urethral hypermobility.
Sefton council are looking for a foster placement for a child who is diagnosed with asd/adhd and hypermobility, The child is not prescribed any medication at present.
He also has hypermobility which leaves him with painful joints.
Hypermobility may be associated with decreased lower extremity proprioception, which in turn may increase injury risk.
Double-jointedness, also known as hypermobility, is characterized when someone possesses malleable fingers, such as bendable thumbs.
These features, which include cutaneous flushing, certain chronic pain disorders, autonomic dysfunction, and gastrointestinal dysmotility, have been associated with genetic disorders or joint hypermobility syndromes.
Her second son was born with autism and is currently on an eight-month waiting list to see an occupational therapist to support his sensory difficulties and hypermobility.
After a lot of tests and many years of appointments and therapies, Charlotte has been diagnosed with a range of medical conditions such as autism, joint hypermobility syndrome, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and visual impairment, to name but a few.