Balance

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Yes, Hypermobility can in fact affect your balance and stability

Have you noticed that your balance and stability are less than ideal?  It may surprise you, but it can be related to Hypermobility.  It is well-known that impaired joint proprioception can lead to poor balance in patients with Hypermobility.  Keep reading to learn how to identify your balance issues and move forward.  So let’s start …

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Why Controlled Rotation with Hypermobility Is Necessary

Controlling rotation with hypermobility is absolutely necessary. Twisting and turning are natural movements that occur frequently throughout the day.  When hypermobile, it’s incredibly important to be aware of the way that you control your rotation in order to decrease pain and hypermobility symptoms.  The problem with most turning is that if you don’t control the …

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How To Strength Train When You Have Hypermobility

How To Do Strength Training When You Have Hypermobility

Strength training with hypermobility is much different than it is for those who are not hypermobile. In this article, I discuss the basic steps to follow when strength training with hypermobility.  Strengthening is a must Strength train three days a week Always make strengthening your focus Good stability and technique is paramount Move the weight …

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How To Explain Your Complex Condition Accurately and Effectively

How To Explain Your Complex Condition Accurately and Effectively

May is Hypermobility and EDS Awareness Month, and with that, I want to touch on how to explain your complex condition accurately and effectively to friends and family in order to raise awareness.  In this article, I’ll discuss a few different tactics to help you accurately and effectively explain your condition and symptoms to others. …

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You Have Been Diagnosed With A Hypermobility-Related Syndrome...

Now What?

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