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What Is Lax Ligaments
Synonymous w/ loose: Lax is short for laxity. Lax ligaments are describing ligaments that are loose and have increased laxity. There is a spectrum of laxity that is normal within all joints. Some people are looser or tighter than others. If one has no symptoms or limitations, no treatment or remedy is warranted. If pain or instability is present, the increased laxity is said to be abnormal (pathologic or patholaxity). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been told I have lax ligaments but its causing a lot of pain I am having hydrotherapy just wondering what i could do to stop hurting so much?
Reevaluate: Lax ligaments can be a genetic condition but more commonly it is a post traumatic condition in one or two areas. Hydrotherapy should not cause pain. Please consult with a rehabilitation physician familiar with hydrotherapy and other techniques for trauma and pain. Ibuprofen works best for bone and joint, not ligament problems. ...Read more
Yesterday I was doing push ups and moved wrong my shoulder cracked and popped and I was in pain if anything touches it including my shirt it hurts and now if I move my arm I get painful grinding and popping noises I have problems with lax ligaments and my
Is there a link betw thin fingernails, sores above upper lip for years despite balm & screen, & lax ligaments? I live on m&m's and beer. Poor diet?
Memory flashes suggest i was sexually abused as a kid. If true, could it have caused lax ligaments in si joints/pelvis? Sacrum slips in/out of place.
Physical therapy may: Ligaments are static stabilizers of joints. Muscles that cross a joint work as dynamic stabilizers. A goal of physical therapy is to help patients with joint laxity (loose ligaments and inefficient static stabilizers) improve their dynamic stability by improving the strength, endurance, and efficiency or reaction time and overall coordination to enable patients to avoid joint instability events. ...Read more
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