Benign Systemic Hypermobility Disorder
Benign Systemic Hypermobility Disorder is an inherited condition of loose and unstable joints throughout the body and a main
predictor for Temporomandibular Joint Disorder. This patient's challenge is to actively maintain a balanced
alignment and normalized muscle tone. Besides education about inclusions and avoidances of use, treatments align the joints,
align posture, and normalize muscle length so the patient functions from the middle of their range of motion and do not exceed
normal joint range. Learning about your specific body allows you freedom to move and enjoy activities with positive reinforcement.
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