Many people who have hypermobile joints do not experience any issues with them. In fact, some musicians, gymnasts, and ballet dancers might find they benefit from their increased flexibility. However, some people who have joint hypermobility can experience some unpleasant symptoms. In this article we will take a look at the symptoms and when you should call our Home GP service for Joint Hypermobility Syndrome in Fuengirola.
Joint hypermobility is a condition whereby some or all of a patient's joints have an usual range of movement. Those who are hypermobile tend to be quite supple are and able to move their limbs into some quite impossible positions. People with Joint hypermobility are occasionally called "double-jointed".
Formerly known as “benign hypermobility joint syndrome (BHJS)”, this condition can cause the patient pain or discomfort at any time, but it can also cause pain and discomfort after exercise.
Some of the symptoms of Joint Hypermobility Syndrome include:
If the patient also experiences hypermobility alongside the above symptoms, the condition is known as Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. Make sure you call our home GP service for Joint Hypermobility Syndrome in Fuengirola if you spot any of the symptoms above.
There are 4 factors which can affect whether you have hypermobile joints:
Call our Home GP service for Joint Hypermobility Syndrome in Fuengirola if you have any of the above symptoms. Our GP will make a diagnosis of generalised joint hypermobility or joint hypermobility syndrome by examining you and asking you a series of questions.