Double-jointed teens may be prone to joint pain

by admin on March 8, 2013

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Double-jointed teens are more likely than their less flexible peers to develop shoulder, knee or ankle pain, suggests a large, new study from the UK. Apart from the findings for those particular joints, researchers found no link between double-jointedness – also known as joint hypermobility – and any other types of pain, including back and neck aches. "There is the …

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