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hypermobile

Referring to a greater than normal range of motion.
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The weight distribution index on elastic surfaces was impaired in non-hypermobile and severely hypermobile participants.
3) On the other hand, some studies have reported that dancers are no more hypermobile than controls, especially if hip flexion is excluded as a contributing factor (as excessive hip flexion is believed to be acquired through dance training).
Otherwise, the ulnar nerve is sometimes hypermobile and may cause dislocation when the elbow is flexed and decrease the sensitivity of routine NCS and SSNCS.
In contrast, the upper-middle-class informants live a hypermobile lifestyle, as they have the resources to travel widely.
Articular symptoms in hypermobile children: A prospective study.
Many FM patients are hypermobile and at risk of overstretching using weights, especially during water aerobics.
Some people are naturally tighter, while others are hypermobile.
Lack of abnormal skin elasticity and hypermobile joints ruled out the possibility of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome clinically which may be associated with multiple supernumerary teeth.
Stretching and increased tension on pelvic floor muscles in pregnancy may also lead to decreased support of the bladder neck and the urethra, allowing the urethra to become hypermobile (Tapp et al.
Repetitive high-impact activity loading on the forefoot can cause trauma to the periosteum and adjacent soft tissue resulting in ongoing inflammation, other factors can include prominent metatarsal heads, tight toe extensors, weak toe flexors, hypermobile first ray, excessive pronation or an equinus deformity causing restricted dorsiflexion during ambulation and consequent forefoot overloading.