As a freshman, she underwent physical therapy for hypermobility syndrome.
What does HMS stand for?
HMS stands for Hypermobility Syndrome (rheumatology)
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We have 326 other meanings of HMS in our Acronym Attic
- Human Metabolic Simulator
- Human Movement Studies (various locations)
- Human Safety Mandatory Modification
- Human-Machine System (ergonomics)
- Humboldt Merchant Services (account provider; Eureka, CA)
- Huntington Middle School (California)
- Hyatt Main Street (hotel)
- Hybrid Management System
- Hydro-Meteorological Station
- Hydrogen Mixing Studies
- Hyperreactive Malarial Syndrome (disease)
- Hybrid Management Sub-Layer
- Helmet-Mounted Sight/Display System (V-22 Osprey)
- His (Her) Majesty's Submarine
- Hydrogen Mixing Study/Transient Reactor Analysis Code
- Halo Messenger Subscription Aware
- Hardware Manufacturers' Statistical Association
- Hawaii Medical Service Association
- Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association
- Hawthorne Math and Science Academy (Hawthorne, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Thirty-six of the 72 subjects met criteria for joint hypermobility syndrome based on their Beighton hypermobility score, which awards points for the ability to bend one's thumb back so it's touching the forearm, bend the fifth finger back more than 90 degrees, and so forth.
Congenital hyperlaxity The congenital group encompasses the patients with Marfan's syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, benign joint hypermobility syndrome, osteogenesis imperfecta and others where the disorder has documented collagen fibril changes.
While you're there, make sure they screen you for benign joint hypermobility syndrome, using the Revised Brighton Criteria.
Former printer Lucy, of Bredenbury, Herefordshire, is unable to work because she suffers from a degenerative and incurable tissue disease, Hypermobility Syndrome.
Rebecca, 31, who suffers from painful hypermobility syndrome, is deputy manager of the RSPCA's Great Ayton Animal Centre.
When my daughter was born, she had hypermobility syndrome, which is a genetic disease that affects the joints.
Lauren, 12, received an award to mark her courage in battling ME - chronic fatigue syndrome - and hypermobility syndrome.