I have joint hypermobility syndrome and now server psa in most of my joints including all the small ones, can I get help? The serverity of the psorisi

See a Rheumatolog. If you have Sorret a car throat is a rheumatologist can help direct the appropriate therapy for you. The involvement of the psoriasis in the arthritis has nothing to do with your hypermobility. Hypermobility can cause joint pain so we have to make sure this is not mimicking psoriatic arthritis.

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Fatigue. There are a number of management approaches to chronic fatigue. These little text boxes are not big enough to go through the history so you might consider getting a consult. The optimal treatment depends on the details of your condition. It is often a hard problem to cure but careful and cooperative management should make a big difference. . Read more...

What can I do about joint hypermobility syndrome?

Strong joint muscles. Joint stability is largely derived from the presence of passive stabilizers such as the ligaments and capsule around the joint that limit joint motion in all the possible directions. The dynamic stabilizers are the muscles surrounding each joint that can be helped by making them stronger and more efficient at helping to stabillize the joints in question. Physical therapy helps strengthen muscles. Read more...
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Is blue sclerae associated with benign joint hypermobility syndrome? Thank you.

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