What Are The Symptoms Of Hypermobility?

Hypermobility, hypermobility spectrum disorders (HSD), and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), all refer to connective tissue disorders, a condition that occurs later on in life but something you are born with. This blog is about the symptoms of hypermobility. From a musculoskeletal perspective, it is your joint’s excess movement and soft tissue laxity that impact how stable your posture and movement are. It means your pelvis, for example, connected to your lower extremities and spine, becomes easily unstable, leading to pelvic floor dysfunction. While there is a gene associated with EDS, the treatment and presentations of EDS and other forms of hypermobility are the same.