Hi, I just joined this group because I am hypermobile. But I have never heard of 'hypermobile syndrome'. Is that something different from being hypermobile or is it the same thing? I've never had a diagnosis, because I've never been to the doctor about it. I've just always seen it as the way my body is, rather than a syndrome. However, I've had complementary therapies like cranial osteopathy and massage therapy and those therapists tell me I'm hypermobile, and that it is the reason for some pain I have. Is it helpful to see one's GP about it?
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