Physical Therapy can damage our already defective connective tissues, so it is best to find a therapist who has experience with Hypermobility and/or Connective Tissue Disorders.
Such therapists are very rare, so it’s best you learn about the potential dangers yourself before you start with a therapist. Be prepared to say “no” to some of their recommendations.
Here are some articles on physical therapy and exercises from EDNF:
Physical Therapy: Restorative Rehabilitation Based on Holistic Whole-body Approach
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Physical Therapy, and Exercise
How Physical Therapy Can Decrease Your Pain While Living With EDS
Achieving Successful Outcomes in Physical Therapy
Intelligent Exercise – How You Can Take Control With EDS
Hypermobility: Getting Healthy,Improving Function & Strength
Aquatic Exercise: Benefits and Principles for the EDS Population
Pilates: What Can It Offer the EDS Patient?
Women: Understanding, Preventing, and Managing Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
From the newsletter “Loose Connections” in the article “Pain and Managing Pain from an EDS Patient’s View” starting on page 11, he discusses Physical Therapy in particular starting on page 13:
And here’s a thread on the Inspire.com support forum: