I went in to see a different neuro in my doctor's practice to get an occipital block for the first time, and when she was going over my details and looking me over she said that I appeared to have 'hyper mobility' (I'd actually heard another doctor, one at NIH when I got to be a guinea pig as a group was instructed on the Botox procedure, fun story for later!, say the same thing, claiming the way my skin flushed made it apparent) This neuro used the details of my straight cervical spine and the way I can bend my thumbs to my wrists as evidence, but the moral of the story here is that hyper mobility apparently contributes to/is cocurrent with migraines, chronic daily headaches, and chronic neck pain.
My question is has anyone here been told this is part of their profile? I'm just figuring out what it even means. I work with special ed preschoolers and apparently it is kind of similar to 'low tone' but I am at a loss for what a grown adult does to help their bodies adapt to this issue. Thoughts?