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Hypermobility, the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes and chronic pain
Syx D, et al. Clin Exp Rheumatol 2017 - Review. PMID 28967365 Free article.
Chronic widespread pain is a common complaint among individuals affected by generalised joint hypermobility. In the absence of other conditions that cause chronic pain, these individuals are usually diagnosed with joint hypermobility syndrome (JHS). ...The Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) comprise a heterogeneous group of rare monogenic conditions that are characterised by joint hypermobility, skin and vascular fragility and generalised connective tissue friability, and are caused by genetic defects in an array of extracellular matrix genes. ...
Chronic widespread pain is a common complaint among individuals affected by generalised joint hypermobility. In the absence of other …
Factors Contributing to Chronic Ankle Instability: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Systematic Reviews.
Thompson C, et al. Sports Med 2018 - Review. PMID 28887759
BACKGROUND: Many factors are thought to contribute to chronic ankle instability (CAI). Multiple systematic reviews have synthesised the available evidence to identify the primary contributing factors. ...For treatment of non-specific ankle instability, clinicians should focus on dynamic balance, reaction time and strength deficits; however, these findings may not be translated to the CAI population. ...
BACKGROUND: Many factors are thought to contribute to chronic ankle instability (CAI). Multiple systematic reviews have synthesised t …
Evidence-based conservative rehabilitation for posterior glenohumeral instability: A systematic review.
McIntyre K, et al. Phys Ther Sport 2016 - Review. PMID 27665529
OBJECTIVES: To identify the best evidenced-based approach for the conservative rehabilitation of patients with posterior glenohumeral instability. ...Most studies demonstrated that rotator cuff and posterior deltoid strengthening could reduce instability recurrence and pain, and increase function, mainly in those with atraumatic posterior instability without previous surgery. ...
OBJECTIVES: To identify the best evidenced-based approach for the conservative rehabilitation of patients with posterior glenohumeral ins
Kinetic Compensations due to Chronic Ankle Instability during Landing and Jumping.
Kim H, et al. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2018. PMID 28991043
Chronic ankle instability (CAI) is associated with impaired neuromuscular control and dynamic stability of the lower extremity. Little is known regarding an intralimb, lower-extremity joint coordination of kinetics during landing and jumping for CAI patients. ...
Chronic ankle instability (CAI) is associated with impaired neuromuscular control and dynamic stability of the lower extremity. Littl …
Conservative management of midcarpal instability.
Harwood C and Turner L. J Hand Surg Eur Vol 2016 - Review. PMID 26543034
Midcarpal instability is a complex condition that can present in various forms, from mild pain to debilitating subluxation. Once diagnosed, treatment guidelines for hand therapy are limited by the scarcity of high-level evidence. Evidence does exist for use of proprioceptive awareness and neuromuscular rehabilitation for instability of the knee, shoulder and ankle joint, but studies of similar programmes for the wrist joint have not been published. ...
Midcarpal instability is a complex condition that can present in various forms, from mild pain to debilitating subluxation. Once diag …
Joint Hypermobility and Joint Range of Motion in Young Dancers.
Steinberg N, et al. J Clin Rheumatol 2016. PMID 27219302
BACKGROUND: Joint range of motion (ROM) refers to the extent of movement of the joint, recorded using standard goniometers. Joint hypermobility (JHM) is a condition in which most of the synovial joints move beyond the "normal" limits. ...CONCLUSIONS: (1) Joint ROM and JHM are associated one with the other; (2) the relationship between joint ROM and JHM is age dependent; and (3) JHM is common among young nonprofessional dancers compared with control subjects. ...
BACKGROUND: Joint range of motion (ROM) refers to the extent of movement of the joint, recorded using standard goniometers. …
Patellofemoral Pain and Instability in Adolescent Athletes.
Bessette M and Saluan P. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev 2016 - Review. PMID 27811513
Injuries and disorders of the patellofemoral joint in the adolescent athlete can encompass a wide spectrum of symptomatology and pathology. ...Patellofemoral instability usually has a more dramatic onset in the form of dislocation or subluxation events, commonly experienced during athletics. ...
Injuries and disorders of the patellofemoral joint in the adolescent athlete can encompass a wide spectrum of symptomatology and path …
Shoulder instability in patients with joint hyperlaxity.
Johnson SM and Robinson CM. J Bone Joint Surg Am 2010 - Review. PMID 20516333
Generalized ligamentous hyperlaxity and glenohumeral joint instability are common conditions that exhibit a spectrum of diverse clinical forms and may coexist in the same patient. ...They are more likely to have instability in more than one anatomic plane, and they usually do not have the soft-tissue and osseous lesions associated with traumatic instability. ...
Generalized ligamentous hyperlaxity and glenohumeral joint instability are common conditions that exhibit a spectrum of divers …
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