Saturday, July 25, 2009

Hypermobility in the Upper Body - Photographs

Below you will find photographs illustrating the most common hypermobile joints in the upper body - the fingers, wrist, elbow, and shoulders. The positions/movements shown are commonly referred to as "double-jointedness." The ability to perform these movements is a sign of joint hypermobility and connective tissue laxity.

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