Joint hypermobility

Joint hypermobility describes a situation where a joint has more motion than normal. This can be seen in certain types of genetic conditions such as Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome or may occur following injury or damage to a joint when ligament and tendinous structures that help support the joint become damaged or torn. Treatment of hypermobility syndromes with regenerative medicine techniques has shown significant promise. When specific structures attributing or causing the hypermobility can be identified, regenerative medicine techniques may be a useful treatment option.