The dangers of hypermobility

Max is hypermobile. So far in life, he’s seen only the upside of hypermobility: it makes climbing easier, he can get into impossible yoga positions, and he can fit into tiny spaces when playing hide and seek.

But yesterday he experienced the downside of hypermobility. He tumbled when he was skiing, and in the process of righting himself he managed to kick his eye from behind with his own ski.

Today, the poor child has a nasty cut and a black eye.

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About Natalie Gotts

I've been a management consultant, a nutritional therapist, a Journey practitioner and a mother. I've sold ostriches in China and personal safety devices in Hong Kong. Whatever I've done, and wherever I've been, I've written about it.
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4 Responses to The dangers of hypermobility

  1. ccassinerio says:

    Wow, Max! That is quite a bruise. Hope it doesn’t hurt too much and that you can get back on the slopes.

  2. owww! poor boy but it loose seriously cool – he can say “you should see the other guy!”

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