True or False: If You Have Hypermobile Joints, You’re More Likely To Get Injured Playing Sports
Rosi Sexton

“Hypermobility” just means a greater than normal range of movement. It’s not uncommon. By some accounts, 20 to 30% of the population have some degree of hypermobility, either affecting an isolated joint or generalized throughout the whole body. It’s found more often in young people, women, and certain ethnic groups (such as Asians and Afro-Carribeans). It can range from ...

Be the first to comment!
Log in or Subscribe to post a comment
Search Articles

Article Categories

Sort by Author

Sort by Issue & Date