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double-jointed

having unusually flexible joints permitting an abnormal degree of motion of the parts
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Results: We found that the participants with severe hypermobility exhibited significantly higher stability index scores while the position of the head is extended and rotated right.
a transobturator approach for the treatment of SUI in women with ISD; (14-16) however, even with a retropubic approach, the objective and subjective success rates in treating SUI fall well below what is seen with other diagnoses, such as urethral hypermobility.
He has to wear special inserts in his shoes to help with his hypermobility which often causes him pain.
Joint hypermobility is considered by many to be a desired characteristic of dancers as it allows for the achievement of aesthetically pleasing positions and lines.
1) Benign joint hypermobility syndrome (BJHS) is the occurrence of musculoskeletal symptoms in the hyper mobile individuals in absence of systemic rheumatologic disease.
With Diastasis Recti, biomechanist Katy Bowman offers a logical, long-term, and whole-body strategy that not only addresses diastasis recti, but also general core weakness, pelvic floor disorders like prolapse, and hypermobility.
He also has hypermobility, and has leg braces to hold his ankle and knee joints in place and strengthen his muscles, as well as suffering absence seizures where he loses awareness of his surroundings.
Hypermobility can be just as dangerous as having very tight muscles and ligaments because you can stretch too far, throwing yourself and the joint you're stretching out of alignment.
Last year, Saffron Taylor was diagnosed with vascular and hypermobility Ehlers-Danlos syndrome - a rare genetic disorder that affects the structure of connective tissue due to a gene mutation.
Compared with generations of analogue culture, the digital era is characterised by unprecedented complexity, rampant uncertainty, and hypermobility," Avgikos explains, "Today, it seems as if every other person uses a cellphone and billions are online.
EDS is a collection of inherited disorders of connective tissue which share similar features including joint hypermobility, stretchy skin and fragile skin tissue.
By assessing how first-class flights, 'must-see' destinations and frequent-flyer programs are represented, glamorizing hypermobility as exciting, appealing and exclusive, the study shows how the dark side of travel is ignored, Science Daily reported.