Proprioceptive acuity into knee hypermobile range in JHS

Proprioception in hyperextension range of the knee - how bad is it actually?

Children with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (JHS) have reduced knee joint proprioceptive awareness. Altered proprioception at end of range in individuals with JHS is thought to contribute to recurrent joint injuries and instability. The aim of the study was to provide compare joint awareness in hyperextension and early flexion.


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