What is the Beighton Score?

What is the Beighton Score?

The Beighton Score is a clinical tool to assess Generalized Joint Hypermobility (GJH). The Beighton Score has been used for many years as an indicator of joint hypermobility syndrome. It can quickly and easily assess generalized joint hypermobility using a 9-point...
What is the Beighton Score?

Why Hypermobility Matters

Stats & Facts:  Estimated 10% of Population is Hypermobile Estimated 1/500 EDS/JHS combined (HSD/hEDS 2017 Classification – 2019 UK – https://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/9/11/e031365) Large Gender Difference – 70% female 8.5y delay to the average age...
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