Using Splinting with Hypermobility Syndromes

Using splinting is one common strategy for managing the symptoms of Hypermobility Syndromes such as Ehlers Danlos. People with a hypermobility syndromes (HMS) often have very poor proprioception, this basically means we don’t really know where our own arms and legs are so we tend to have a lot of accidents compared to ‘normal’ people. […]

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Types of Splinting and Bracing for Hypermobility Syndromes.

There are many different types of splints for different uses. When deciding what will suit you there are lots of  points to consider. So here goes, my run down on different methods of supporting your joints. Neoprene or  Elastic Supports These are often fairly basic lightly shaped stretchy sleeves you simply pull on, commonly available for […]

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Corset wearing for chronic back pain – Focus on Hypermobility (Ehlers Danlos Syndrome)

As part of the series on Splinting for Hypermobility Syndromes, this post will specifically cover corsets. Before we start I have to say I’m not a medical professional and I’m not a corset expert, this is all from my personal experience and before you take any advice from my blog I’d recommend reading around the […]

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Ring Splints By Zomile

Ring Splints by Zomile make affordable, high quality silver and gold finger splints for conditions like Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Marfan Syndrome, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Swan Neck Deformity and more. The splints block hyperextension of the finger joints (dip & pip joints) while still allowing normal hand function. I am utterly in love with them, not only do they look […]

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