The frecuency of joint hypermobility
in healty school children.
The revised (Brighton 1998) criteria for the diagnosis of benign joint hypermobility
The initial link between joint hypermobility
and panic disorder was discovered in a case-control study by Spanish investigators.
Although there is no established linkage between pain and hypermobility, (10) Harding and Grahame (33) determined that 40% of patients with chronic pain reported past or present joint hypermobility
It has been reported in many studies that there is a relationship between joint hypermobility
syndrome and other musculoskeletal diseases, such as fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, temporomandibular joint disease, and osteoarthritis (14-20).
was evaluated by using Beighton scores for diagnosing BJHS.
Another possibility is benign joint hypermobility
syndrome (BJHS), a connective tissue disorder that can result in multiple injuries yet often gets overlooked.
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND -- Joint hypermobility
syndrome is profoundly underdiagnosed and its impact underestimated despite its being one of the most common causes of widespread chronic pain--and indeed it may be the most common rheumatic disorder, Dr.
JJ, from Tallaght in Dublin, suffers from joint hypermobility
, sleep apnoea and other health issues.
Dancers who are very hypermobile tend to have further injuries due to a condition called Benign Joint Hypermobility
Syndrome (BJHS) that affects as many as 15 percent of dance professionals.
The school boy suffers from sleep apnoea, joint hypermobility
and other health issues.