Overview - impact on function and behavior
Characteristics and diagnosis of joint hypermobility
With links to in-depth information and references Read more
The cautious child: impact on motor learning and development
Provides important background for understanding the the impact of behavioral inhibition on function and participation in children with GJH. Read more
Low muscle tone = joint hypermobility
In the absence of muscle or CNS pathology. A challenge to rethink low muscle tone.
Impact of hypermobility on development
Different development for hypermobile and preterm infants.
Hypermobility and sitting stamina and comfort: the fidgety child
The fidgety child = loose joints + some tight muscles+discomfort+anxiety
Impact of joint hypermobility on joint ROM and function
Hypermobility and patterns of restriction in the hip structures
Impact on function in sitting and standing
Knee joint: hypermobility, patterns of restriction and tibial torsion.
Impact on function in standing and sitting
Ankle and foot
Patterns of hypermobility and restriction
Wrist and hand joint in GJH
Impact on function and the importance of an adapted grip for handwriting
Hypermobility of the elbows and shoulders:
Impact on function and association with tight shoulder muscles
British Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Rheumatology Guidelines for Management of Joint Hypermobility Syndrome in Children and Young People.