Also known as double-jointedness, this hereditary disorder affects connective tissue in the joints. Defects in the protein collagen are the cause. Symptoms include joint hypermobility in the knees, elbows, fingers, and toes, elastic skin, and chronic musculoskeletal pain.
Treatments We Provide
At Advanced Care, a physical therapist works with your doctor to devise a treatment program expressly for you. That program may include any one or combination of the following.