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What Are Best Exercises For Hypermobility?

In this blog I will explore the type of exercise, those based on studying babies or Developmental Kinesiology moves, based on the research that has led to Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) as a cornerstone for addressing hypermobility. DNS offers a holistic approach to stabilize joints and improve neuromuscular control. We’ll explore samples of some of the DNS exercises that I do with my patients.

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Can Hypermobility Be Cured?

Can Hypermobility Be Cured?

The question of whether hypermobility can be cured lacks a straightforward answer. Hypermobility is a complex condition influenced by genetics, and fueled by environmental, and physiological factors. While treatment can help manage symptoms and improve quality of life, curing hypermobility is not on the plate right now but the research is happening.

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Can Hypermobility Cause Back Pain?

Can Hypermobility Cause Back Pain?

Hypermobility is excess joint movements and can cause pain in every part of the body, including the lower back area. This pain can be from the muscles engaging to stabilize and muscles over engaging to compensate for the lax ligaments or from issues at other structures from the lack of joint stability.

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Who Diagnoses Hypermobility?

Who Diagnoses Hypermobility?

Hypermobility syndrome is excessive joint flexibility causing joint pain, instability, and other related symptoms and proper diagnosis is important for proper management and treatment. In this blog, I will explore who can diagnose hypermobility syndrome, the criteria used to identify hypermobility, and why an accurate diagnosis is essential for effective treatment.

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What Is The Best Hypermobility Treatment?

What Is The Best Hypermobility Treatment?

Hypermobility is the ability of your joints to move beyond their normal range of motion. This is typically a result of a connective tissue disorder due to its collagen configuration. Connective tissue is like the body’s glue, giving support and structure to organs and structures by holding them together, kind of like how tape holds things in place. There is a difference between hypermobility and flexibility which I wrote about in my previous blog.

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TMJ and Hypermobility

TMJ and Hypermobility

When it comes to hypermobility, all joints are impacted including the TMJ or Temporo-mandibular joint. Up to 75% of individuals with EDS experience TMJ symptoms, such as pain, clicking, or limited jaw movement. So often I hear people claiming their TMJ ruining their lives or their TMJ is getting worse day by day. In this blog, I will go over a brief anatomy of the TMJ, and why some clickings are painful and some are not. The common treatments and things you can do on your own to avoid pain and locking of this joint.

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Is Joint Hypermobility The Same As EDS?

Is Joint Hypermobility The Same As EDS?

Joint hypermobility is a result of a connective tissue disorder impacting the joints specifically. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) is a connective tissue disorder impacting all connective tissues including the joints. Do you see the connection?

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What Are Signs Of Hypermobility?

What Are Signs Of Hypermobility?

While joint flexibility can be impressive, it is commonly confused with hypermobility. Hypermobile individuals have quite a range of motion in their joints but with a set of challenges and potential health implications. In this blog, I will cover what hypermobility is and how to recognize its presence in yourself or others.

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Hypermobility And Pain Relief

Hypermobility And Pain Relief

Are you hypermobile and often experience joint and muscle pain? If yes, I’m glad you found this blog! Hypermobility is not a death sentence and you certainly don’t have to just live with pain for the rest of your life. In this blog, you will learn about hyper mobility, how that causes pain, exercises that help you with your hyper mobility, and lifestyle modifications that are necessary.

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