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Musicians' Health Collective: Supporting the health of musicians

The Darker Side of Hypermobility
or elbows, but it reminded me of another side of hypermobility - that of pain, joint dysfunction mentioned hypermobility before, but mostly in terms of fingers that won't behave in the context of music The Darker Side of Hypermobility (piano, violin, clarinet, etc). Joint hypermobility syndrome is often characterized by many hypermobile joints, i.e. joints that move beyond normal range of motion. Yet, hypermobility is also a hypermobility joint syndrome teenagers can be. When I explained what hypermobility is, and how to tell if your knees are hypermobility
Hypermobility Resource Guide
, as to whether your hypermobility is part of a larger diagnosis, or correlates with other issues you may be having with your health. Hypermobility and Athletes Why You Must Not Stretch Hypermobile hypermobility joint syndrome the hypermobile client. Hypermobility and the Crossfit Athlete- survey of the challenges of being a Hypermobility Resource Guide -establish proper stabilization of major joints." Hypermobility and Dance Teaching the Hypermobile hypermobility post, The Darker Side of Hypermobility, and I wanted to offer a part 2 of resources, suggestions
Paganini was Probably Very Hypermobile (Amongst other things)
In discussing hypermobility, one must also mention that many musicians are hypermobile, for better moment. Manuscript copy of the first Paganini caprice. Hypermobility throughout the body can also be a many other different variations of hypermobility, including joint deformation, tendon and ligament other issues. Ehler-Danlos is sometimes seen as a collagen issue, and hypermobility is only one of hypermobility
Hand Hypermobility Helpers- Part 2
Hand Hypermobility Helpers- Part 2 deal with osteoarthritis early in life, or are diagnosed with Hypermobility syndrome. Helping solutions for teachers and students. So here's the deal- when students have hypermobility, it means their hypermobility
One Last Hypermobility Chat: The Knees
knee position on the right? In my first post, I talked about what hypermobility is, and in my second hypermobility One Last Hypermobility Chat: The Knees
Hypermobility- What is it? Part 1
levels can have issues with hypermobility. My next post will give some suggestions for what to do with hypermobile students, or how to help yourself! obvious example of hypermobility is in the knees. Jonathan FitzGordon recently did a post on joints. Hypermobility, or as we called it as kids, "double jointedness," is a joint (or joints) that helping (and identifying) hypermobility can help your music students greatly. Notice how the standing Hypermobility- What is it? Part 1 hypermobility
"If It Hurts While You're Playing, You're Doing It Wrong" and other Confusing Proclamations
tissue elasticity, strength, hypermobility, arthritis, etc. -an individual's age and gender -an
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