I decided to test how long it would be before my back began to ache when sat in a regular dining chair, one with no arms and a straight back. It wasn’t long before I began to notice little things….… Read More Stretch, 1, 2, 3, 4… Bend 1, 2, 3, 4 … | ActivePosture shirt – Product review | Carole Scrafton (sponsored post)
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Members from both Sunderland and Newcastle areas are welcome… Read More ‘Strut your stripes’ in Sunderland TODAY 1 – 3 pm at our first ever EDSUK meet up
For a number of years I have explained many times that I believe my Fibromyalgia is a result of my Joint Hypermobility and in this post I talk about it. My #chronicblog post will also take you to an article by Carol Eustace, an Arthritis and Joint Conditions Expert, who writes for verywell.com and she… Read More Joint Hypermobility and Fibromyalgia | Is there a connection? | Carole Scrafton
Hypermobility disorders & EDS reclassification as of 15th March 2017 If you happen to be one of us that has one these types of disorders the following link will explain not only what the changes are, but also why the changes were required. 4 years ago when I was diagnosed they changed the classification… Read More Hypermobility disorders & EDS reclassification as of 15th March 2017
Here are some tips from a doctor about how to describe your pain in terms a doctor can understand best. … Read More How to Explain Your Pain to a Doctor | EDS and Chronic Pain News & Info
Joint hypermobility: emerging disease or illness behaviour?. Via Journal of the Royal College of Physicians December 01 2013 Home Page: Journal of the Royal College of Physicians – www.clinmed.rcpjournal.org/ Interesting read What do you think? Please read the following post regarding the reclassification of EDS that was brought about March 15th 2017. Hypermobility disorders… Read More Article: Joint hypermobility: emerging disease or illness behaviour? – Journal of the Royal College of Physicians