Hyper & Hypomobility fact of Joint

Joint mobility the capacity of a joint to be moved within its range in various planes. This is conditional on the characteristics of the individual joint itself as well as the promoting muscles and ligaments, the capsule and the anatomy of the articulating surfaces.hyper & hypomobility

Hypermobility

If damaged any of the following structure then the joint will be hypermobility

  • Joint Capsule
  • Ligaments
  • Certain Accessory Fibrocartilaginous Structures
  • Antagonistic muscles/tendons
  • Sensory nerve System (pain receptors)

Hypmobility

If damaged any of the following structure then the joint will be hypomobility

  • Articular Cartilage
  • Bursa
  • Agonistic Muscles
  • Synovial Fluid
  • Certain Accessory Fibrocartilaginous Structures
  • Motor Nerve Supply