hypomobility

hypomobility

[-mōbil′itē]
a decrease in the normal movement of a joint or body part, as may result from an articular surface dysfunction or from disease or injury that affects a bone, muscle, or joint.

hypomobility

(hī″pō-mō-bĭl′ĭ-tē)
Restricted joint movement (play) that limits normal range of motion; the opposite of hypermobility.

hypomobility,

n condition in which ligaments are tight and movement is restricted.
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Zygapophyseal joint adhesions after induced hypomobility.
Ellie, has Asperger's syndrome and Gwen has hypomobility syndrome and requires constant care.
Treatment includes gentle range of motion, traction and joint mobilization techniques and specific adjustments in areas of restriction, or hypomobility," explains Dr.
In addition to joint hypermobility, hypomobility may also impact balance control.
It was found that patient education about postural awareness and passive mobilization are valuable aids to decrease BLE symptoms due to sympathetic nervous system (SNS) dysfunction and lower thoracic hypomobility.
9%) 8 (38%) (promontory, facial nerve, and tendon of the stapedius muscle) Understanding of the surgical steps No Partial Total Creation of the tympanomeatal flap - - 21 (100%) Access to the middle ear and preservation of the - - 21 (100%) chorda tympani Curettage of the bone wall in the posterosuperior - - 21 (100%) part of the external auditory canal (if necessary) Confirmation of stapes hypomobility, measurement of the distance from - 3 (14.
d) 'Many hypothesized that a fundamental component of the vertebral subluxation complex is the development of adhesions in the z joints after hypomobility of these structures.
laryngeal mirror, laryngoscopy, strobovideolaryngoscopy) provides invaluable information on the condition of the larynx and the presence of any preoperative vocal fold hypomobility.
Mechanical stresses resulting from joint deformity, hypomobility and poor foot care/footwear are important in the causal pathway of neuropathic foot ulcers.
Laryngotracheal mucormycosis should be considered in immunocompromised patients, including nondiabetics, who present with airway distress, vocal fold hypomobility, or necrotic mucosa.
Izumi et al16 suggested based on experimental studies on sheep model that the presence of intra articular hematoma as a result of intra articular damage leads to haemarthrosis, fibrosis and bone formation with resultant hypomobility and ankylosis.
The drug is a sublingual formulation of apomorphine, an on-demand medication for Parkinson's disease patients suffering from hypomobility "off" episodes.