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Hypermobility Rehab

Contained within this hypermobility rehab resource page, you will find hypermobility exercises, stretches, and information on all things hypermobility.

Over the years, we have been very lucky to work with many clients from all around the world, both in-person and online, and this also extends to clients with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder.

Our Hypermobility rehab programmes over the years have gained media attention, being featured in both local and national newspapers, whilst being also broadcast on television, including ITV news. With all that being said, we actually first started working with hypermobility by complete accident! 

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Whilst working with clients with fibromyalgia, we started to notice that around 50%-60%  of those clients were actually on the Hypermobility spectrum, and as a result, we had to change certain parts to our main programme framework.

Our founder Adam is notorious when it comes to never leaving things be, you can always find him trying to improve on our main programme framework, trialling new methods with volunteers, so you can imagine the work that Adam has put into our hypermobility rehab programme over the years.


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Rehab at The Fibro Guy

Welcome to our hypermobility resources area, where you can find information, tools, and resources to help you manage and cope with hypermobility and related conditions. We understand that living with hypermobility can be challenging and overwhelming, which is why we’ve created this resources area to provide you with access to a wealth of information and support. 

Zone Moving​

We see lots of things to do with hypermobility rehab on the internet, and time and time again, mechanics, posture, and tissue, all get more praise than they warrant. So, here is a little video on a basic principle you probably didn’t realise, and likely no one has ever mentioned to you.
Why Simple Tasks Dislocate Joints

Zone moving is important to ensure that joints or automatically stabilised.

How Dragging Joints Lead To Problems

Excesses in leverage and load make joint stability harder.

Stacking Your Joints Not Work?

You're not alone, there is a reason why it doesn't work.

Client Testimonial​

"While the first few weeks were hard, both physically and mentally, the benefits became apparent really early on. Two weeks into the programme and I could already bend down, lift things and drive for 2 hours without back pain"
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EDS Client
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Hypermobilty Videos

Eilidh's Rehab Story

We enjoy all of our client’s programmes, especially the hypermobility rehabilitation programmes, so when young Eilidh came to the studio struggling with her joints, it was a pleasure to help her.

“This time last year, I was in a very dark place. My body had completely given up on me – I couldn’t eat, sleep, or walk properly. Every day felt like a struggle, and I found myself bursting into tears because I couldn’t see any light at the end of the tunnel. My chronic illness had been taking over my life for the past two years, and the constant pain and fatigue had led to severe mental health issues. Despite seeking help from everywhere, nothing seemed to work, and I was left feeling desperate.

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Fortunately, I was recommended to see @thefibroguy by a relative, and almost immediately after starting the course, I noticed significant improvements. With the help of Jonny at the Edinburgh studio, I worked tirelessly through the lockdown, and in August, I graduated from the program. Since then, my quality of life has improved massively, and I’ve been able to do things I never thought were possible before. I’m now able to go back to gymnastics, attend college, and even go to concerts. I’m happier than I’ve been in years, and I owe it all to the massive support from my family and friends, as well as Jonny and his team. “

"I ask Eilidh what her goals were when I first met her, and to be able to attend gymnastics again was right at the top, so you can imagine how pleased I am that she’s back at it again"
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Jonny Young
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