The benefits of movement on hypermobility are many, including decreased pain, greater stability in our joints and our movements, improved posture, a reduction in dislocations and so much more. It's not always easy to do when you're in pain, but once you get started and experience the results, you realize you need to do whatever it takes to keep going.
I was diagnosed with craniocervical instability in 2011, long before hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos was ever a word in my vocabulary. My journey started with chronic joint pain, migraines, and a bizarre tailbone pain that has never been fully explained. Today I want to share my story and how Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic and Physical Therapy have been instrumental in giving me back my life.
There are a number of things pop sockets can do to decrease hand pain and add convenience to your smart phone or tablet, including the ability to raise awareness everywhere you go for your chronic illness condition! Plus a possible fix for using a Pop Socket with a case, which was a must for me.
Editor's Note: This post was checked and updated as necessary on 4/14/19. Thank you. In this presentation, Jeannie Di Bon discusses how persons with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) can strengthen their core using Pilates; from the 2017 Ehlers-Danlos Society Global Learning Conference held this year in Las Vegas. https://youtu.be/sNZV4xT0I7A For the presentation slides, go here.
The Ehlers Danlos Society has begun releasing the videos and slides from their 2017 EDS Global Learning Conference. I'm going to provide each in posts over the next several days/weeks as they get released. These presentations are often packed with great information for patients on new and interesting developments from studies, clinical trials and the … Continue reading EDS: Practical Pacing & Fatigue Mgmt